Describe your most embarrassing moment:
I’ve been sitting here thinking about this for almost an hour. I cannot, for the life of me, think of an embarrassing moment. Nothing sticks out. I know I’ve at least had a few, but they were super small and I got over them quickly. For the sake of this prompt, I’ll tell a small story that really isn’t even that embarrassing…
I was in 3rd grade PE class and we were doing handstands/headstands that day. The teacher asked for a volunteer and I jumped at the opportunity. I got up on the mat, in front of fifty kids, to demonstrate the easiest way you could get yourself up into a headstand. It wasn’t until I heard everyone’s laughter that I realized I had forgotten to tuck my shirt in. As a 3rd grader, there wasn’t really anything to see, but everyone still saw everything under my shirt. I was laughed at for days. Luckily, it passed and people moved on to their next victim.
See, I told you it wasn’t that big of a deal. It’s pretty lame that I can’t think of a really embarrassing moment. If one ever strikes me, I’ll be sure to update this post.
Today I’m posting 3 blogs. The one around lunch time will be a guest article—which I’m excited for. It’s nothing fancy, just some good and helpful information on depression. My normal blog will be up this evening. Have a good day!