A wonderful change...

I was thinking recently and maybe, JUST maybe, I'm becoming more emotional and well, woman-like. See, women are generally more emotions-based and quicker to show feelings than men are. As I grew into adulthood, I was NOT known for being a "share my feelings...let's talk about it...let's all cry" kind of woman. In fact, the last time I'd cried outside of church in YEARS was probably at a funeral! In fact, I think that all of my parents (mom, dad & spouses) have all called me a "son" or referenced me as "un-emotional" at one time or another! But I realize that I've said "I'm having an emotional day" a LOT lately! In fact, I said it today (and I'm don't even have PMS) So, maybe I'm getting more in touch with my feminine side! I'm really rather excited about it...but PLEASE don't expect me to be all crying at commercials and that kind of crap! :--)

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Toya said…
Well, it's okay, because I'm emotional enough for the both of us. BTW - Mommy saw your parents' recommitment ceremony on TV! She was excited to say she knew somebody on TV! You're a star-uh!
Tonyette said…
I'm a STAR-UH! LOL! I MUST admit it does feel kind of good to hear people say "I saw you on TV!" LOL! Really, Toya, you're an emotional, "let's cry together" kinda lady? (Honest question, here, not sarcastic! Just so you know!)
Toya said…
I am definitely a weeper. I can and will cry at the drop of a hat at anything - commercials, songs, television shows. I cried the other day because Sarai walked to my father's car by herself and she was wearing an Elmo backpack.
Tonyette said…
That is HILARIOUS, Toya! But definitely understandable! Now, I do think when I have children that I'll become more of a weeping willow!
PhillyPhile said…
Tonyette, I too saw the recommitment ceremoney on TV last time I came home. Every time you came on screen my mother said "There's Tonyette." You would think she was three. You looked really nice, by the way.

Congrats for getting in touch with your emotions. That is just one more step in becoming a well rounded person.

Tonyette sorry for talking to someone eles on your space but I have a question for Toya.

Did you cry because Sarai was walking by herself or because of the elmo backpack?
Tonyette said…
PhillyPhilly (and yes, I KNOW it's not what you call yourself but it's what I want to call you), thanks for the compliment and congrats! And, it's funny because I can honestly understand (now) why Toya might cry over Sarai walking by herself with an Elmo backpack on!
Toya said…
Philly -

I cried because she looked like such a big girl! It was the combo of walking off by herself and being big enough to carry her own backpack. (The fact that the backpack had Elmo on it had nothing to do with it. At least, I don't think it did.)

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