My warning label

 

 

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If we were all forced to wear a warning label, what would yours say?

 

Mine would probably start out with telling people I have the tendency to say stupid things in nervous situations. Which is usually why I tend not to contribute much to conversations 🙂

I have quite a temper at times too. If something has been bubbling under the surface for a while then the tiniest little things will tip me over the edge and knocking a glass of water over will feel like the end of the world. The temper is usually hormone related and that is definitely a time to stay away from me. Seriously I am a whole other person when it comes to that time of the month. My son and boyfriend deserve medals. I might make my own special warning label for such occasions.

 

My label would also include my love of animals. I know this isn’t a bad thing but I’m pretty sure it can get on your wick. If I see an animal I will point it out and tell you what it is. I even do this when I’m on my own.

“Aww look at the horses/sheep/doggies”

I just can’t help it. I will even say hi to them.

“Hi horses/sheep/doggies”

Even if I’m in my car, with the windows closed and the animal is so far away it can’t even hear me.

 

I don’t think my warning label is too extreme. I’m not explosive or dangerous. I just like doggies!

I can guarantee that others may like to add to my warning label, well right now is not the time or the place, so you can’t 🙂

Let me know what you would have has your warning label? ♥

 

Don’t ever let anyone make you think you’re not good enough. 

Follow your dreams right now! Don’t wait until tomorrow, 

next week, next year. Stop planning, start doing 🙂

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2 thoughts on “My warning label

  1. savvybookkeeping says:

    I tend to point out animals to my kids if I’m out driving/walking as well:) I think it’s a habit – something as simple as seeing a cat sitting in a window cheers me up so I do it to put a smile on my kids face too.

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