I just got off the phone with my grandma, but before she hung up she said my grandpa wanted to talk to me. He had a stroke a few years ago, and hasn’t quite recovered. The first thing he said to me was, “So, I hear you’re getting married?”
We were both surprised.
I’ve gone without WiFi for four days because someone messed the line up, while doing construction. I spent hours on the phone with people trying to get it figured out and I have finally succeeded. Can I get an Amen?!
This experience has made me stronger. Cue Kelly Clarkson.
Anonymous said: Are you fluent in Japanese?
I wish! My mom was trying to teach me and my brothers when we were younger, but my brother’s kindergarten teacher said we’d have an accent :( So my parents stopped. I did double major in Spanish in college though!
My mom told me to add line so we can still talk when she goes to Japan next month, and now she will only speak to me through stickers she finds. What the heck.
A very underrated ice breaker I choose to use as often as possible with a new/large group of people is “if this were the hunger games, who would survive and why?” People try and play it off like they are confused or unsure, but then there’s
always your one soulmate in the group who’s like “Denise. Hands down, Denise.”