…straightening my hair. My hair is naturally straight, so why waste the time to make it even straighter? It’s beyond me. My sister has been trying to get me to try it at least once, but I refuse. First off, I can’t sit still for that long, and second, I don’t want to burn my hair off. I understand if you have wavy or really curly hair. Heck, I even refuse to blow dry it. The natural air is a-okay with me.
…wear heels for more than an hour. Heels are cute and all, but my feet don’t seem to agree. Depending on what event I am going to, I will either bring an extra pair of Vans or just take them off under the dinner table. Classy, I know. For high school dances, I would wear the heels for the picture part, but as soon as that was over, you better believe I was slipping my Vans on. Plus, I’m 5’8″ so I don’t necessarily need the height boost.
…voluntarily walk around the mall. If I need to go to one store, no big deal. But if you expect me to walk around the mall and window shop, keep dreaming. Walking makes me so dang tired. Add trying on clothes and looking through racks to the mix and you’ve got a very tired Haley on your hands. A very tired Haley=very low blood sugar. Very low blood sugar=I need frozen yogurt asap. So if you want me to go to the mall, get ready to buy me frozen yogurt.
…excited for a yoga class. Oh yoga. I wish I liked it. I really do. But I just can’t. There are probably some total awesome classes out there that would make it better, but the classes offered at my gym…not so much. I do have a goal this month to do a yoga class a week and so far, so good. It doesn’t really help that the clock is right above the instructor though. Patience really is a virtue.
…go a whole day without putting my hair up. It’s a miracle if I go more than 2 hours without putting my hair up in a pony tail or bun. Hence, the reason why I always carry a hair tie on my wrist. It’s just way more comfortable to me. And if I’m comfortable, no need to buy me frozen yogurt. That’s a lie. You still need to buy me frozen yogurt.
…change lanes without signaling. Blinkers are on your car are made for a reason, people! Oh, you want to come over to my lane? No problem, just give me a warning first! I don’t care if I’m the only one on the road and it’s 3 in the morning, I would still use my blinker. Who am I kidding? I would never be out at 3 in the morning.
…wearing jeans at home. Your home is like a safe haven. You can walk around in pajamas all day and only your family would know. But if I really feel like getting dressed up one day, I’ll put on a pair of running shorts. I’m fancy, I know.
…make a serious face in a picture. When my mom says, “Stand over there so I can get a picture,” my first instinct is to make a face. Double chin, cross eyed, beaver teeth. You name it, I do it. On my mom’s camera, there are usually two pictures: one of me making a weird face, and one that’s normal (after my mom noticed).
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