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What do I look Like?

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What do I look Like?

What do I look like?

I am being honest, no seriously I am


When I smile my ears go down.
I have a sparkle in my eyes that proves I don’t wear contacts
My dimples each hold perfectly one half of a frozen pea
I do not have crow’s feet, although…..
A nose by any other name would describe mine
I am five foot, 6 no five, wait, no four, no six ( I like to play)
I don’t own a set of scales that work properly (no woman does)
Barbie’s clothes would not fit me, I think her size is in centimeters. 
I do not like strong smelling aromas, They cause wrinkles.
I have a complexion close to when I was a baby, 
it was wrinkled then too!
The most attractive part of me would be my husband.
(Everybody together say..AH!)
I am French, Cherokee, and Scotch-Irish.
Guess that makes me a Sexy Native American Foreigner with Skills
I love to laugh; you can actually see me giggle, (no not like Santa)
My hair complements my scalp.
My Great Grandfather once told me: 
If they can’t use your comb: don’t bring them home,
I didn’t listen. My husband is bald!
I always wanted to be tall, and smart. 
God smiled and made me witty and itty-bitty.

Love to you all!

      

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  1. Date: 5/28/2009 10:23:00 PM
    After reading your description of yourself, Sandra, I threw away all of my fantasy girl Charlize Theron's pictures out of the window, she is overrated! Sigh...if only it's not a sin to flirt with a married woman, ha ha! Regards, Fred (PS As for me, the opposite is true: my wifey thinks I'm her most attractive part! LOL)

  1. Date: 5/28/2009 5:50:00 PM
    You sound adorable to me! French, Cherokee and Scotch-Irish - wow what an awesome combination! This is completely delightful and sweetly clever! Just bet your husband loves that one line (and I don't mean the bald one either!) Love, Shar

  1. Date: 5/28/2009 4:50:00 PM
    Great line about the "Sexy Native American Foreigner with Skills! It's good to be able to laugh at yourself, Alexandra. I'll bet your husband laughed when he read that he is your "most attractive part." Had some good laughs about the way you describe yourself. Great poem! Love, Carolyn