You would THINK that the father of the child I was hired to entertain would treat me with some level of respect, right? I mean, his wife is in the next room and I’ve spent the past hour bonding with his daughter, so it would be ridiculous for Daddio to hit on me.
I can’t tell if I want to squeeze the cuteness right out of him, or tell him to relax-it’s only golf, dude.
You have very little information to work on here, but trust your super sleuthing skills are about to shine bright like a diamond.
omg …just got creepiest gift ever…. thanks Mom , LOL!
Become a regular at a coffee shop and pretend you are one of the characters on Friends.
If you want to be the next Oprah, that’s fantastic, but simply having the goal “be Oprah” might freak you out more than it inspires you. Try making weekly goals that are realistic.
You search for little ways to insert them in whatever conversation you’ve having. Simply talking about them in the context of your life together, as it’s the way it has always been, is a high for you.
You bawl your eyes out when animals die in films, but can only muster up a few sniffles when human characters bite the dust.
You’re sort of just coasting along. It’s not bad, but not amazing. Just kind of existing, like Blake Lively.
“Is it too late for Hagrid to show up and tell me I’m a wizard? Because really feeling like Hogwarts for grad school is a viable option.”