Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Have you ever wondered "what the......." when you are people watching? I have told many a client that one great thing about being on a cruise ship or at a resort is people watching! There are so many different kinds of people out there. We have all seen the woman with the big hair that is as black as soot, while she has the brightest red lipstick smeared on laying out in the sun with the wide brimmed straw hat......or the guy with a big gut hanging over his speedo, while he is preparing for his next graceful dive into the pool. Doesn't it make you want to say "what the.........?" I bet anyone who is reading this would have a story to tell about some people watching event. When people are on vacation, so many of them "let their hair down", sometimes to an extreme level. Letting your hair down is a great thing to do, but let's not be the person that people look at and say, "what the.........?" I have been that person myself. Haven't you? We have to let loose and enjoy ourselves, but don't have to make spectacles of ourselves.
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