In an awkward moment last night, I asked this question on Twitter:
Just now, I had another awkward moment when I clicked on “1 Quote” to find the one tweet that had quoted mine and got this:
(Is it awkward that my punning mind looks at that bird and thinks, “Squackward!”?)
After I asked that question about awkward moments last night on Twitter, I had an awkward moment when I wished I had asked a different question, which was “How do you deal with awkward moments?” My answer to that question might be, “I recognize that we all have them, so what’s so bad about awkward moments anyway?”
Other awkward moments yesterday included getting a message on my laptop that said “your disk is almost full” and somebody farting (yes, I feel too awkward to reveal more details).
Do you see awkward moments in my blog post for today?
I’m having an awkward moment, right now, where that picture of Joan (with the newly installed shower seat, which will help me deal with awkward moments as I age) is reminding me of this:
Here’s what I find when I search for “awkward moments” on YouTube:
I’m grateful for all the moments I get to share with you, including the awkward moments.
I really enjoyed reading your blog post about awkward moments. Your writing style is engaging and relatable. I have a logical question for you: Have you ever found that embracing awkward moments has led to personal growth or new opportunities? Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this topic.