First! Let's see how many weddings photos I can ruin with my awkwardness!
Okay, so not every picture turned out this horrible, but leave it to me to bring awkwardness to any joyful and slightly serious event.
Way to go.
Now what have I learned from this experience?
That smiling the entire time at a wedding is required because too much talking results in the said above photographs.
+At the cash register and then dumping the month's worth of change all over the counter.
And then the employee helping by pointing out the change I missed on the floor.
Oh jeez thanks, an extra pair of hands would have been nicer.
+Going to a friend's house and their dog greeting me with a nice smell right to the crotch.
Yes dog, I am a woman. And I think we're moving far too quickly for this being the first time we've met.
+Getting a spray tan and noticing that the tannest part of my body are...my hands. Sick.
+Falling asleep on the airplane with nothing to rest your head on, so then your head proceeds to do that embarrassing dance of rocking back and forth. And the only way of waking up is by accidentally running your head into something.
+The So You Think You Can Dance opening theme song. Really? You think for a dance show that they would have something more catchy.
+When people tell me I look a lot younger than what my actual age is.
Compliment? Or not? I don't know how to take it.
+Sitting on a saddle while a whole restaurant "yeee haws" to your birthday.
+3 young boys playing outside and one shouts, "Welcome to the 'Crypts' boys!"
I hope there are no young 'Bloods' in the neighborhood?
+Starfish of the month baby!
This is what star employee material looks like.
+The new X-men movie. Although most of my questions about how everything came about were answered.
The only one that was left unanswered and quite possibly the most important question was:
So how did Professor Xavier loose all of his hair?
+Finals! Then 3 weeks off, then......the start of the last 11 weeks of schooling EVER!!!