Friday, December 3, 2010


Recently one of my brothers recently read a conversation thread I posted on Facebook. He responded that he was surprised by this "silly" side of me. He further explained that he always pegged me as being "serious".

Serious? Me?

I suppose if someone doesn't read my blog or Facebook updates they might think I am serious all the time. I guess if they have never been to a social gathering with me, they may not know of my gregarious nature, or know that I laugh so hard I can't breathe, and may even risk a bout of incontinence. If they've never been to a Girl's Night Out or on a date with me, they might not be aware of my perfectly-timed, semi-inappropriate, slightly risque "that's what she said" type comments.

I guess if all they ever see if the gal doing homework, or her church calling, or the desk part of her job, or the fact that when I want to achieve something I buckle down and go after it... I guess they might perceive me as serious... maybe.

I mean, don't get me wrong. Being serious isn't always a bad thing. There is a time and a place for it for sure, just as there is a time and a place to be silly. It's just that I have always felt a little more down-to-earth than "serious".

Which then begs the question... how do others perceive me?


Ruthykins said...

well, i always percieved you as the story teller. i've seen people gather around you just to hear you talk.

Puphigirl said...

The storyteller. Sometimes more animated, sometimes more serious.

Susie said...

I don't know you except what you write on the blog and I would agree. You are a good story teller:-)

Rob said...

That you used the words "gregarious" and "incontinence" in the same sentence justifies my faith in announcing...

You've been nominated for Blogger of the Month. For details check out and encourage your viewers to vote for you!!!

Rob said...

In answer to your query, "Yes, Virginia there is a Santa Claus"

Would love to hear your made up words lets do a bastardization of the English Language on facebook friend me on facebook Robb Logger

And yes, this is a poor attempt to get your viewers to friend me too... I would be ashamed if I weren't so ego driven

And I do live near the beach... lucky me right?