|Really. You surprise me.|
My face when I have to act interested in what my friend is saying when I'm really not.
My face when I defend homeschool to a public-schooler.
My face when I go in public and there are so many people. #homeschooler
(By the way, about hashtags...did you know I once had a whole discussion online with a fellow homeschooler about homeschoolers using hashtags? I used a bunch and then put #arehomeschoolersevenallowedtousehashtags? and we, two homeschoolers, proceeded to have a conversation in hashtags to prove that we are, indeed, allowed to do so. Sorry, totally random side-note, and if anyone thought I was at all normal before, you're welcome for removing that false idea from your mind. #homeschooler)
Related to the previous,
my face when I go somewhere and see someone I don't like when I didn't expect to see them there.
My face when I say goodbye to my friends after church camp or youth conference.
My face when I see someone attribute a P&P'05 quote to Jane Austen.
Can you see that "-Jane Austen" down there?
(This is just a continued reaction to the above.)
My face when I want to interrupt someone whom I know is wrong, and they just keep talking.
My face when I ask someone for the third time if they're sure they're all right and if they really don't need my help.
My face when I'm doing something in a room by myself and someone comes in.
My face when I'm bored and I would love to think of a blog post idea but it's simply too hot to think.
My face when I'm trying to convince my sibling(s) of something and I am forced to pull out the "Mom says!"
My face when I'm trying to read Dickens or Gaskell when I have more exciting books to read.
Actually just my face when it's raining. I love rain in summer when I can get wet and it's still warm.
My face when I see more of the atrocious grammar that is too common on the internet.
My face when I'm with my friend at some event and her crush walks in and I look at my friend.
My face when someone says something that's not true but it's close enough to the truth that I can't correct them without everyone saying "that's what they said!"
(Wow, very specific, Rae.)
My face when someone says they love Jane Austen.
My face when someone says they don't like Jane Austen.
|"Please don't even go there."|
My face when someone starts to talk about something I know will turn into a heated discussion.
When I'm sitting in a boring meeting or conversation and I either keep looking at the clock to see if the meeting is over yet or I keep looking for something else to entertain me throughout the tedium.
My face when one of my siblings says something they shouldn't in public.
And now, to finish, here is a lovely exhibition of some wonderful facial expressions in this wonderful movie.
Well, I hope that was somewhat entertaining. :) I hope you're having a lovely day!