Cutsie just ain't for me

Thursday, December 6, 2007
Posted by chelsea

For the girls' tea the other night, I volunteered to plan something for it, and went with an activity I'd done with my youth group in middle school. It involves paper or books with everyone's name and you pass them around the room for everyone to write something they love about the person in each one. It's slightly cheesy, but it has always been something I loved the idea of because no matter how cheesy it is, it's always uplifting to everyone.

Instead of simply having a piece of paper to write this all on, I dedicated a few hours to making little booklets for the girls...which turned out to be a really simple project that I'll probably use in the future for something else. girly-cutsie booklets...

It went over fairly well, and all the girls seemed to really enjoy participating. It ended up feeling more like a yearbook signing than anything, but hey, if they're happy, I'm happy.

I did get called out by DiMy afterwards about the fact that I'm really uncomfortable and awkward around the girls and completely at ease around the guys. To this day I don't know if I'll ever get over that, but that's just how I am...I just wish I could hide it better!

Free travel is upon us, so the students are emptying out of the Artemis and getting on their way. I'm not jealous one'll be ridiculously cold.

I suppose that's about all for my update...I hope those of you who are in school are hanging in there through your finals!


Brooke said...

I love the booklets. : )
And I'm with you about
being uncomfortable around girls but not guys.
I always explain that for me
it's because I grew up hanging out with guys.
And that guys aren't so judgmental.
It makes being in a club difficult,
and I really don't know what made me join.
I think I thought it would be therapeutic,
but it seems to have had the opposite effect.

Sam said...

What?! I must see you! Do you have the same cell #?