Moving on. It's time for day three : Things that make me uncomfortable.
- When I have to talk on the phone. Seriously, texting is the way to communicate. I don't like holding the phone up to my face. When I take orders at work over the phone I always feel like they can hear me breathing and are judging me based on the fact that they can hear me breathing.
- Speaking of work. I don't like going up to a table that is in the middle of a conversation. I have to, it's my job. I mean, most of the time they just sat down and I'm supposed to greet them in 30 seconds and get their drink orders. So I go over and stand awkwardly until someone notices that I'm there.
- I don't like being in crowds. When I go to the mall, or a crowded store, or Ikea, I get this nervous feeling and I sort of run through the building, trying to get the experience over as soon as possible.
- Confrontation makes me very uncomfortable. There is a scene in, I think, "Meet The Fockers" where something breaks or something happens, but Robert Di Nero and Ben Stiller are fighting. I had to fast forward through it and on occasion I remember the feelings I had while watching it and I break out into a nervous sweat. Another example is my husband's road rage. It doesn't happen often but every time it does I want to disappear in to the passenger seat.
- I am uncomfortable when people talk to me in general. I would prefer not to be spoken to, unless I know you. Strangers are the worst.
My dad giving a speech at our wedding. Jordan's face is my favorite.