Monday, November 19, 2007

The Ones Who've Made Me Giggle...

Starting week two of what we are thankful for, we’re looking at boys. And I realized from about the time I was ten years old, I’ve been thankful for the ones who’ve make me blush and giggle.


Either with a comment just slightly racier or more personal than I was expecting, or a lascivious wag of the brow, or a gaze-into-my-soul stare. They were the boys who made the long, boring hours of school worthwhile, who I’d think of while blow-drying my hair or trying on outfits in a department store dressing room. They surprised me, they delighted me, they kept me on my toes. And they are the ones I remember best from my teen days, some even with snippets of dialogue attached.

Anyone else go gaga over those bold ones? Or what type of boy are you thankful for?

Tina

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8 comments:

Janie Emaus said...

Tina,
I hate to say this..but I was thankful for any boy that actually talked to me! I was so shy and afraid of them as if they were a different species. Today, I realize they are!

Janie

Simone Elkeles said...

Since kindergarten I liked the popular boy, the guy everyone else liked. That changed, of course.

~Simone

stephhale said...

Oh yes, I'd take a boy who could make me laugh anyday!

TinaFerraro said...

Janie, it's hard for me to imagine you as shy!

Thanks Simone & Steph...yeah, I suspect all our eyes would be on a cute, funny one, huh?

Marley Gibson said...

LOL Janie!!! = )

Kelly Parra said...

So true, Tina! It was always the bold ones who caught my attention. :) :)

Wendy Toliver said...

Janie, that's hilarious!

Let's see ... I typically never liked a guy who liked me first. And since the guys I did like didn't ever go for me, I was stuck in a perpetual Boy Drought. It's come back around, though, because now I'm married with three boys of my own!

TinaFerraro said...

Thanks Marley & Kelly!

And Wendy, "Boy Drought"! How's that for your next book title? I'd buy it!