Published March 26, 2015 by lynn k scott

I believe there must be a full moon somewhere in the near future.  Should anyone who might read this be up on the phases of the moon, DO NOT correct that statement!

What I mean, something strange is going on.  Now, yesterday, I admit, I looked absolutely adorable (according to me, of course). I made a blog post to that effect and then promptly deleted it.  I had worn a black velour shirt, faded blue jeans and 3″ black heeled boots.  I added a little eye liner, mascara and lipstick.  Nothing fancy, but fancier than I normally dress for work.

I was talking to someone, not work-affiliated, who was in his mid-30s.  He actually told me, you look “hot”.  Me?  I had to look around a quick second to make sure he was actually looking at me.  That got a bit of a laugh.

Today I was speaking with one of my employees and he’s in his 60s.  He was just doing a check in as he’s out on leave. We have a very free office and people just say what they are thinking here.  He was talking about watching reruns and how the show aired in 1975.  I love to chime in on those moments and say things like, “I was 4”.  He couldn’t believe it.  Apparently, he thought I was much younger than I am.  According to him, I have aged very well.  It cracked me up.  I couldn’t help but laugh.

I am a simple mother of 5 kids; ok so most of them are adults now.  I don’t have a model’s figure.  I swear like a drunken sailor turned trucker, I’m overly opinionated and I’m not afraid to tell people what I think of them.  That being said, I’m happy with who I am.  It’s taken me a long time to get to the point where I can say that.

So, the fact two different men, in two very different age groups, offered compliments I never expected to hear, definitely has given me a bit of an ego boost and I sure as hell got in a WOOT! WOOT!


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