Day 10, Friday: Most embarrassing moment (s). Spill.
Who would have thought that telling y'all about my most embarrassing moments would be so hard? I know I wouldn't have. Y'all, I honestly sat and pondered for a good while about what I would say. I think I got it all figured out for y'all. Just know: These are my confessions part 1!
I confess that I'm so afraid of roaches that when I saw one in the bathroom at work the other day: I peed, then took off running. I didn't realize that some of the kiddos could hear me. They told everyone how Ms. Aleshea was so scared she didn't even wash her hands after she used the restroom.
I confess that on my first day of Kindergarten a sixth grader spilled their lunch on me and I had to walk around the rest of the day with food ALL over my dress. (dress pictured above)
I confess that junior year of H.S. on the band trip to New Orleans I wore white after Labor Day. The fashion God's decided to punish me by having mother nature come early and stain my pants. I was unable to change because all my clothes were under the Charter Bus that was no where to be found. I have NEVER worn white after Labor Day again.
I confess that in the 8th grade I was in the Black History program. I was so nervous that one of my friends said look at me the entire time and you'll be fine. Well, I looked at him during my monologue but the problem was he made a funny face. I could not stop laughing on stage in front of the ENTIRE school. Anyone who's been to Middle School knows how traumatic this can be.
I confess That freshman year of H.S our band trip was to Florida. There were to many Flute players and not of enough Percussion players going on the trip. I was asked to play the Bass Drum for the competition at Disney. I confess that I missed the big crescendo note at the end of our final piece, that let the band know when to come back in. We still won but the other band kids NEVER let me live it down.
I confess that in the sixth grade I had my first ever band concert. I played first part and had a solo durn "Angles We Have Heard on High." At the concert my Momma started yelling, "That's my baby" like a stereotypical Southern Black Lady. Yes, she was standing up and clapping while taking pictures. Yes, I was so embarrassed that I started coughing/choking and completely botched my solo.
These are my confessions
Man I'm thrown and I dont know what to do
I guess I gotta give part 2 of my confessions
If I'm gonna tell it then I gotta tell it all
Damn near cried when I got that phone call
I'm so throwed and I don't know what to do
But to give you part 2 of my confessions
Day 10 of 31: These are my embarrassing confessions. Heck can we just say most of middle school was embarrassing and I'd NEVER relive it. Bieber can shut it with that "Never Say Never" nonsense