Being Remembered

I remember long ago getting that, “You’re so weird,” look from the father-in law due to something I said.

Trying to be funny.

He smirked a sly smile at me, but I knew what he was thinking. His daughter-in-law could be so strange.

Yes, I am weird and unashamedly so.

Got a problem with that?

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15 responses to Being Remembered

  1. John Hric says:

    Weirdness is frequently re-quited. Unlike that other thing which can frequently remain un. So weirdness often garners a return weird look. Or a smirk. Or a jerk. Or at least a cognitive spark to an otherwise uninspiring situation. So be weird and donate a quirk. It is Wednesday after all. And we all need to get over the hump.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      I’m having dinner with a bunch of lady friends tonight, so I shall utilize weird and quirky and inspire a few smirks. They all know who I am, John!

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Fun! I bought a wood sign two years ago that says “Stay Weird.” I had it at work until I retired. Now it’s home and hanging in the bathroom.

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