It's funny when someone says, "I don't talk a lot when I'm at work" and then they proceed to talk to you for over an hour about astrology and your sign.
I like being asked if I am 21 yet. I like it even better when I reveal my real age and the boy says, "Damn girl, you look good!" (He's a cute 23 year old!)
Just in case you were wondering, the proper response to, "I don't usually sound like a dude" is "That's ok; I usually don't have herpes on my lip."
When I got lunch from Panera on Monday I had no voice at all, but obviously had to order. I mimed that I couldn't talk and then hoarsely whispered and mouthed what I would like. When I went to pick up my sandwich and tea, and guy who made it handed me the cup and said loudly, "HOT" like he would to a 3 year old. Or someone who was deaf. (You know how people tend to talk louder for some stupid reason?) I found it to be funny that he didn't get it that I had a cold.
I like it that strangers gathered to cheer on runners of the marathon. It was nice to hear the encouragement and it reminded me that you don't need to know a person to make them feel good.
Being in love is wonderful unless it is one sided. Then it is just sad and lonely.
Breaking away from something your heart wants but your brain tells you is wrong may hurt at first. But taking control of your life and trying to start over can be liberating. (And scary)
Good friends who are funny, smart, caring and trustworthy are hard to come by and are worth fighting for, no matter what you have to get past to keep them.
Dating sucks ass and I am not looking forward to doing it again. Hopefully I won't have to for long. (Wish on a star for me!)
It's hard to order from a drive through when you have no voice.
Having a friend who is only your friend when it's convenient for them is Lame. (Don't worry, it's none of you.)
It's no good when you think you found a red Starburst but you did not.