Feeling Rather Old School

Being around others sometimes makes you notice things about yourself.  Here are a few things I’ve been noticing lately:

I have never colored my hair.

I do not have pierced ears.

My fingernails and toenails are natural.

My eyelashes are natural.

I don’t drink caffeinated drinks or any soda.

I wear the same pair of shoes all summer and another pair all winter.

I cut my hair twice a year.

The only makeup I wear is mascara and lip gloss.

I don’t spend more than $50/year on skin, beauty or hair care products.

I buy most of my clothes at Costco.

I prefer windows rolled down to air conditioning.

Comfort always comes before fashion.

Nutritional value always comes before taste.

I’ve never owned a bikini–I like to dress modestly.

I save money (unless fabric is on sale).

I take short showers to save water.

I can get by just fine with 3 squares of toilet paper.

I wash and re-use baggies and Ziplocs.  Always.

I’d rather go hungry and save money than eat fast food.

I try to avoid using disposable things.

I have no idea how to work any remote control.

I like skin on my carrots.

I like to read books made of paper and ink.

I always get a kiss goodnight.

About annlaemmlenlewis

I am member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I am currently serving as a Missionary in the Washington Yakima Mission. Welcome to my personal blog, Ann's Words, and my Mission blog, Our Yakima Mission. If you are interested in family history stories and histories, you can find those posted in Ann's Stories. Thanks for looking in!
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2 Responses to Feeling Rather Old School

  1. Denice Roney says:

    We have more in common than I knew. Love the list!

  2. Mary Agenten says:

    Wow. That list fits me too. Very reassuring. . . . .

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