Express no-iron shirt ~ Tennessee GoodWill during blogger meetup with Megan
Merona stretch skirt ~ Target on sale
LizClaiborne Flex pumps ~ Shoe Carnival
"Bubbling with Fun" necklace ~ Jada's Jewels, love my daily deal email!
In the interest of transparency, I'm going to speak plainly. I am an extremely shy introvert. Yes, I have done an incredible amount of public speaking since 2008. Yes, I even taught for five years in the local community college paralegal program. Every single time I stand up in front of anyone to talk, I wrestle with severe social anxiety and shyness.
My hair right before it died, or grew an inch, or mutinied.
But somehow the idea of speaking for an hour into a video camera with only an awesome distance learning coordinator and video expert in the room (Hi, Carroll!) unnerved me even more than usual. To the point, that for the first time in many years, I arrived at my presentation destination, only to realize I'd left my speaker's notes back at the office.
I saw all this equipment and wished for a room full of peeps instead.
That's when I think my hair became unnerved, too. It's the only explanation I can find for the difference between my 8 a.m. hair and the picture Carroll kindly took of me right after the presentation. My other theory is that my hair grew during the two-hour drive. It does stuff like that. Getting a haircut and coloring it an even fierier faux ginger have leapt to the top of my priority list, right after buying more Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies and teaching the kitteh not to play in the toilet bowl, especially when it's, er, occupied.
It's times like this you wish your mom was around to tell you to brush your hair, or get a haircut
because your face is so pretty.
So what are you guys? Extreme introvert or easy extrovert? Or maybe faux extrovert? Or some other category I haven't thought of yet?