Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Day 1 of 30 Days of Truth.

While blog hopping Ive noticed a trend among bloggers.
Lots of them are doing a
30 days of truth
or a
1, 000 things to be thankful for.

So I am jumping on the band wagon and doing the same.
Hopefully this will get me in the great habit of blogging everyday.

So here we go...

Day 1: Something you hate about yourself.

Oh goodness. Do we have to use the word, hate?
How about, dislike.

One thing I dislike about myself.
I dislike that I am a bit anti-social.
I'm not really the type of person who can walk up to someone
and instantly be their best friend.

I'm more of the, observing type.
Quiet, independent...
A loner.

Which all has great benefits.
But some people perceive me as maybe mean, because I am
not all warm and fuzzy.

Do I wish I could be more social?
Actually not.
I know lots of super social people, and the have TONS of friends.
Me, not super social, and I have a handful of friends.
But my friends are quality friends.
 (Quality VS Quantity)

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Well Id better go.


 


7 comments:

April said...

hey girl! thanks so much for joining the military monday hop :] cute blog! i wish you best of luck on blogging every day -- it's such an all-consuming hobby {but so fun!}

see you next week!
april
www.marineparents-blog.com

Laura said...

I am so with you on that. Cannot agree more. I pride myself on being like that... being "friends" with too many people can sometimes cause problems :) Nice truth!!!

Bonnie said...

Quality is definitely better then quantity! :)

Sarah Chapman said...

I've always been one that has had a hand full of really close friends and lots of acquaintances. It works for me as an introvert...small gatherings or one-on-one time with individuals rather that large gatherings/parties. Great blog...look forward to more.

Michelle said...

All very true things ladies! Thank you for reading!

Especially as a Military Spouse, quality of a friend is what's always best.

-M-

Holly Sandusky said...

I loved reading this. This describes me perfectly as well. Definitely quality over quantity. :)

Kay said...

Thanks for following and the sweet comments! I am following you back. Over the years of being a mil-spouse I have definitely learned that quality is better than quantity any day :)