Oh how great it is to be surrounded by someone who know us for our true selves (ugly parts and all) and not just as the smart girl at school or the fashionable woman at church. Interestingly enough, I have found when you are part of a long term relationship it is easy to think of your other half as having certain qualities you yourself do not possess. In my own relationship I oftentimes have thought, he is the funny one, the one with a good sense of direction or the one with the sweet tooth. There really is no reason for categorizing ourselves this way, other than we tend to compare ourselves to others.
This week let's try to insert more meaningful descriptors when describing people (ie. she is the one with a good heart or positive attitude) and allow ourselves from time to time to be the funny one, the one with a good sense of direction or the one with the sweet tooth.
Is it just me or does anyone else find themselves doing this?
|I have found hoods can block the wind and then quickly make you feel like a wanna be gangster.|
|Maybe we can both be "the funny one" for a day.|