Truth: I sometimes shave on my way to work & keep all my cosmetics in my car (including razor, deodorant, finger-nail-clippers & tweezers). You can’t be caught in a cute-corduroy-skirt with nasty legs, no sir-e.
Confession: I commute to work with my mirror down & pass the time by looking at myself. Vanity is destructive. Confidence is a blessing. I ride a dangerous line.
Sad story: I changed my radio pre-set today from 104.7 The Fish to Country Radio. Why are lovers of Jesus known to be bad artists? That’s lame considering we believe He made the world. I also love to listen to NPR & The Bert Show.
Strange: This pictures makes me want to keep my hair light brown because it appears golden, but I probably about to return to my dark-brown-bad-ass hair from January. Thoughts?
Truth: My new bangs are screaming for me to re-pierce my nose.
Fun fact: Today the guy whose been serving my lunch for a month now, introduced himself and admitted he knew how long I’d been working here. This was a cute- kind-older man moment, not a “o shoot, I’m being hit on” moment (I think). He gave me a free oatmeal raisin cookie (even though I told him I gave up flour). Yum.
Truth: There is no substitute for being plain-ol nice & greeting people with a warm smile. Every year our receptionist in the lobby are voted, “best greeters in Atlanta.” I really do feel loved & honored every day I go to work. I am praying to become better about this & be more vulnerable with people in places like elevators.
Exciting: I am working on editing some of my blog-post to submit to RelevantMagazine.com and you can too here
Life plans: Today for the first time ever I considered what a career in journalism would look like & then I ran into a girl whose boyfriend is an editor for the Red&Black. Coincidence? I change my mind on “what I want to be when I grow up” every day.
New things learned: Not only have I begun to learn the inner-workings of Excel spreadsheets this month (woohoo) I’ve also finally joined the times & know how to embed hyperlinks & videos to my blog, and have been doing so in excess. Sorry ’bout that.