Okay, so I'm at Whole Foods during my lunch shopping for some groceries. I picked out this head of kale and when I turned around for a bag, this man was starring at me, opened a new bag for me and held it so I could drop my kale inside.
I was a little caught off guard and thanked him.
He said, “That's a beautiful bouquet of kale.”
I said, “Indeed it is.”
He said, “But not as beautiful as you.”
Okay..what???!!! LOL. I was so shocked I just looked up at him (probably with a dumb look of shock) because he then profusely apologized and said he had too much coffee today. I felt like bumbling idiot – though that would require me to actually say something. Not my most eloquent moment.
Then I noticed that every aisle I went down I would see him and would turn around and he was looking at me.
I felt so aloof and shocked and, well, I'm not used to that. Then I felt bad that he apologized because of whatever look was on my face. Poor guy. He was a nice looking man too and fit as well. Yeah..not used to that.
I'm so out of touch with people actually complimenting me – especially for my looks and especially from men – that it freaks me out and I don't know how to react. It's like a freeze up.
Any advice? Leave your comments below.
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