I wish I had the hair of the person sitting to my left (or right). Why am I getting it cut? I want it longer. That girl’s hair looks so pretty and it’s long. Mine could be long.
When we walk out of an elevator, there is a 100% chance we don’t know whether to go left, right, straight or back into the elevator because we’re on the wrong floor.
I get it. I used to be you. Now that I’m on the flip side, I can offer you a little snapshot into the brain of traveling new parents. It’s a tension filled, insanity check of non-stop aggravation and fright. Forgive us. Look the other way. Here’s why.
They’re thoughtful and go out of their way to let others know that they’re appreciated.
Go on an angry, panic-attack level rampage when your cable and Internet are out, you’ve been on hold with the company for 25 minutes, and the line goes dead.
Have an uninterrupted conversation.
Excuses are not part of your vocabulary. You tell the truth.
“Should I be insulted that I keep getting Groupon emails for Botox and liposuction treatments or take this as a helpful suggestion from an anonymous friend?”
Get a haircut, shampoo, and blow dry. Your hair looks wonderful and you’ve successfully avoided a shower! Not to mention, you’ve achieved a few minutes of peace and quiet.
You met my ex-fiancé before he was actually my ex. He never admitted it to either of us.