I’m happy to share that an original humorous essay of mine is featured on In the Powder Room. I’d love it if you checked it out!
“What’s it about?” you ask.
Let me answer your question with a question: do you have a defining physical characteristic?
Think Julia Roberts’ megawatt smile.
Or Kim Kardashian’s booty.
I’m talking about THE physical characteristic that has shaped who you are and how people perceive or treat you.
For me, it’s being tall. I was 5’8″ by the first day of seventh grade when I was twelve years old. The other kids thought I was the new teacher, not a student.
By the time I was 14, I was fully grown to 5’11”. While that’s not extraordinarily tall, it felt that way to me.
I always assumed that my children would be tall, too. My son, 12, seems to be on that trajectory.
But what about my daughter, 9?
I’m sharing the hilarious truth about my defining characteristic and whether my daughter will measure up on In The Powder Room.
It’s a funny story on a funny site known for dishing up the hottest women’s humor and heart. I do hope you’ll visit!
Just for fun, after you visit In The Powder Room, come back here and tell me about what characteristics defined you or what traits your children definitely got from you.