Last week was a funny one. If there is one thing I have trouble saying to anyone, myself included, it is the word 'NO'. I go with everything and sometimes think that, maybe, perhaps, I owe it to people to say 'Yes' to freaking everything.
There are a few people in this world who knows this about me. So, I said 'No' to a couple of things and people this week and....get this....I got a 'Congratulations. In a strange, weird way, I am so proud of you!' LOL
So, I found this article detailing out 10 things that we should be saying more often so that we can all live in a Rainbow Colored World filled with confetti and unicorns and I found myself agreeing to most of them and noting that I need to remember them.
I love saying 'It's a possibility' when people propose stuff or say something can be done. It's like 'I think we can reverse time' and I go 'It's a possibility'. Powerful, isn't it? hahaha. It's impractical but hey, 'It's a possibility' still!
I don't have a problem with saying 'I Love You' because I am like, I-Love-You everyday in and out with my kids and friends. I don't know, for some reason, I like saying I love you because when I was younger, it wasn't something we say to each other, whether family or friends, easily.
We are Asian and Asians don't say 'I Love You' unless he is a cute guy professing his undying love for you. Stereotypical, sure. Fact, absolutely. You practically have to wranggle an 'I Love You' from a boyfriend or husband in this region of the world. If your husband says it to you in a room packed with men without having to resort to a whisper, buy a lottery. You're friggin' lucky and I hate you. lol.
I never hesitate saying 'I Love You' as I grew up. Partly because I am mushy that way. I am also sarcastic, by the way, and sometimes I can dig up old stuff just to get you irked as a way of teasing you or to make you roll your eyes or threaten to send a 100,000 cockroaches to me via courier (THAT is NOT an idea, if you do, you will be on my hit list, I promise you) but I don't have problems saying 'I Love You'.
Have a read at the link and see if you have problems saying any of those phrases.
Having a splendid Saturday because I went to Digital Mall and solved my never-ending paranoia about my phone battery dying just as I am about to send out an S.O.S. from a stranded island or something. Yeah, I got a backup battery. And I already have 4 power banks. Yes, I know. ;-P
It's funny but Digital Mall is much more my kind of mall than something like say....clothes, shoe, makeup or perfume. Yes, I do those stuff too (yes, I have had to be dragged out by the hair out of Body Shop before) but not just as twinkly-eyed as I would be when I am in Digital Mall.
Funny kind of woman, me.