01 March 2013


"One word, Love: Curiosity"

Name that movie!!

Some people may be curious about why I would smile while standing in smelliest place on earth: the bottle return at the grocery store.

The human race is a curious one. Or maybe it's just me. I'm an extremely curious person. I can't stand not knowing a secret when I know that a secret exists. I don't allow envelopes to lie unopened when Angel brings in the mail, I must open even the junk mail to see what it says. My curiosity is probably the reason that I eavesdrop all the time. Eavesdropping of the innocent variety is worth it, though. Just recently, I overheard a client with a sense of humor ask her stylist, "Do you feel like swearing yet?" as the stylist was struggling to get the short hairs at her neckline wrapped onto the perm rods. The memory of that comment had me giggling at random times for hours!

What I'm saying here is, we're all curious, and asking questions is a foundation of conversation, so I wanted to open things up for you guys to ask me questions. Anything you like. I just answered the question of why I married Angel yesterday, so probably don't ask that, but most anything else is fair game, as long as it isn't scandalous. I'm not a scandalous person.

You could ask if I'll ever consent to share my home with animals. You could ask about my secret to my flawless, perfectly conceived outfits I wear every day. You could ask why I don't have a job.You could ask under what conditions I would consent to eat green eggs and ham.

Go ahead, make my day.

(Name that movie!)

Okay, I think I'll stop now before I get into "What we've got here is failure to communicate...." and "Of all the gin joints..."

Sorry I'm so distractable at the moment. Quoting movies is the thing to do in my family, sometimes I get a little carried away.

So ask, or don't ask. And because I know you're all dying to know, but are probably too shy to ask, yep, that is all my real hair. All 3 and a half inches of it. No extensions for this girl.

(If you don't get it, see my haircut from earlier this week. And again, sorry for getting sidetracked. My short hair still has a slight traumatic effect on me when I look in the mirror...)

Your turn.
Moonofsilver said...

What is the most shocking thing about the USA that you see in society? Mine would be seeing 11 year olds at the beach wearing bikinis and makeup. I feel shocked to see an 11 year old showing off that much of her body, while listening to Brittany Spears and dancing on the beach.

Actually, this why I don't go to the beach anymore. I can't stand the people showing off their crown jewels. I know this isn't per say an american thing--other countries probably dress this way also. I'm just shocked at the lack of modesty among todays youth--I wonder if they know what they are giving away? I'm also not trying to harp or complain, or to angrily bash their parents. It just breaks my heart.

As you've seen other places in the world, you probably can see the selfish things we Americans do. So what is the most shocking thing you've experienced?

Hey--you should have angel answer all the questions put to you also! I'd love to know what he thinks.

Adrienne said...

Okay, I fail because I don't have a question. I guess I'm just not very curious? How long have you been married? There! That's a good question that I dooooooon't think I've seen answered yet ;). Unless of course I'm missing something...

I think you have lots of jobs, you're a wifey, a writer, a student of beauty. All good things!

Unknown said...

Why did you decide to major in Mandarin Chinese? Do you ever get the opportunity to use it?

Michelle said...

First off, I love your haircut. It looks great on you. Second, I eavesdrop too, and that quote made me giggle!

Let's see. You might have written about this before, but why did you decide to go to cosmetology school? Do you think you'll move back to Malaysia someday?

Unknown said...

Who's in charge of which household chores? :)

Janna Renee said...

I'm so bad at movie quotes!! I've never seen a bottle/can return. That is pretty awesome.

Unknown said...

Casablanca, amiright? ;)

Honestly, I've never seen that movie. I've just heard it quoted a lot. :P

I am very much like you when it comes to being curious about everything. Junk mail, mail that isn't mine, eavesdropping . . . yeah. It's really quite shameful.

I have a question. What is your opinion of Government bureaucracies?

Also, if you are curious (heh heh), yes, I do intend to leave a comment on every post of yours that I read this evening. ;)