Sunday, August 14, 2005

Things I Sometimes Wish I Could Change About Myself

Okay, I know I can change whatever I want about myself, but these are things that I wish I could change about myself, but not sure that I want to because some people say that they make me who I am while others tell me that they are slightly annoying... I dunno... whatever.

1) To be quiet and reflective more often. Now, some may say that that's a pretty good idea, but others would say that my outgoing, excited nature is fun. I think that I could be more reflective and quiet, but I also think that I'm pretty well grounded in things that I would ponder about. Hmmm.....

2) To not think so much about trivial things. This is definitely something I need work on. I'm not even asking for an opinion on this one.

3) To control my temper. Again, not asking for an opinion on this one.

4) To not be so clumsy. Like before, some people actually think that this is a fun part of my nature. I must admit that I get a good laugh every time I trip going upstairs or run into something or someone. (3 people all within a 15 minute period today at the end of church. Smooth.) But I also think it'd be kind of nice to be graceful and slick. I'm not even sure I can change this one.

Well, that's all I can really think of right now. Feel free to add to the list if you think there's some improvement I can make!

14 comments:

Saipan Spell Check said...

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Error: document has been found to contain obvious spelling errors. Fix current errors and be more mindful.
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a man from Saipan said...

There is one... be more mindful.

I am just giving you a hard time like you so oftenly give me. Peace.

Calandria said...

I can tell from your posts you are pretty pensive. Pensive can be overdone, you know.

Clutzy is cute! It keeps you real.

Some things I'd change about myself:
I'd like to be able to buy a bra somewhere other than the children's section of the department store.

I'd like to be tall and statuesque.

If I changed anything else I'd probably be translated and then what would my poor motherless children do? ;-)

Love,
Linds

Mallory said...

love you linds! justin, it's okay that you tease me. love you both! ;)

ML said...

When you asked me about this, I thought it was me, but it isn't. (I did say on one of your blogs that the spelling errors were genetic.) I have no idea where Saipan Spell Check came from...somebody being a jerk I guess.
I love you Mal--I think you're great even without fixing anything!
Love, Mom

ML said...

It wasn't our biscuit-eating friend was it? (If it was, I'm sorry I said he was being a jerk.)(On second thought...)

Saipanese Princess said...

How about find people that just appreciate you for you...or...as I would like to do with myself, replace the old habits that you don't like so much with new, improved ones! Just remember, you are the one that decides how other's see you. It's all about confidence baby!

Mallory said...

Renae, You ROCK! It's nice to know it wasn't you Mum. Our biscuit eating friend spells worse than I do, and because he's our friend he shouldn't be excused from being called a jerk... he should know better. However, I doubt that it was him, so it's alright.

Saipanese Princess said...

I 2nd the thought for Justin not being excused for being called a jerk...any others want to make a notion (even though we've all been guilty of the Saipan Spell Check!)?

ML said...

I say spell schmell--forget it. ONWARDS AND UPWARDS!! L'CHAIM!!

Mallory said...

Mum, what is it with you using French lately?! I didn't even know what C'est moi ment! I had to ask Josephine!

ML said...

Well, you're going to have a hard time getting Josephine to tell you the meaning of "l'chaim" unless she also happens to be Jewish! It's a Yiddish phrase which means "to life!"

ML said...

Sorry, I should've looked first...
L'CHAIM - int. Hebrew (luh-KHYE-eem) Literally, "to life." An age-old Jewish toast – "to your health"- said over wine or liquor with glasses raised.

Haven't you ever watched "Fiddler on The Roof"???

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