Recently, Heather got to spend a few hours with her boyfriend.
Paul, well, how can I describe Paul. I’d have to say that Paul is just a weird duck.
But as far as weird ducks go…Paul is infinitely likeable. He makes me laugh. He’s a total hippie. Yep, long hair, tie-dye headband and everything.
What I like best about Paul is the fact that he lives for himself. He doesn’t care what other people think about him. He’s just so completely sure of himself which is a quality I’m sorely lacking.
When Heather took Paul to her Youth Group meeting, a young 6-year-old girl noticed Heather was holding his hand. She went up to him and asked if he was a boy or a girl. Between Paul’s long hair and the fact that Heather had covered Paul’s fingernails with a pretty shade of blue nail polish, you can understand her question. He laughed and said he’s a boy. The poor little girl was mortified that she had asked, but I have a feeling that it totally made Paul’s day.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to just live life not worrying about people making fun of you or telling you how you have to live?
Don’t bother with mascara that always seems to flake off and turn my sclera bloodshot.
Choose your high school boyfriend based on who makes you happy, not who will allow you to rise a rung on the social ladder.
No need to wear a tight bra just to make my boobs land somewhere north of the equator just because everyone else thinks it looks better.
I don’t know about you, but as for me, until everybody else feels like they can be themselves, I guess I gotta follow the crowd. Oxymoronic, ain’t it.