Friday, September 5, 2014

Hey nose, you're not so bad.

When the doorbell rings (or buzzes) I sit there like a deer in the headlights. What do I do? Who could it be? I know it's not a friend visiting, they would call or text. After a minute of sitting there I decided to go to the door. Oh it's the postman with shoes I purchased off ebay. Oops, probably should just answer the door so I don't have to go to the post office later. I am a strange one, I know.

Last night Dirty Dancing was on so of course I had to watch. Every time I see Jennifer Grey pre nose job I'm like "why Jen, why?" From what I've read she regrets the nose job and it hurt her career. People didn't recognize her anymore and so she wasn't getting work.

When I was younger I hated my nose. Really it's not that bad but at the time I hated this bump on the bridge of my nose. It's only noticeable to me and one guy I went on a date with years ago (he meant it as a compliment somehow) now I laugh that I worried about it. My nose and I are very happy together today.

And let's pour one out for Joan Rivers who passed away yesterday. I know some people were offended by her but I found her hilarious. She was blunt and always herself and I respect that.


  1. I think she's the prefect example of how a good surgery can still be a bad one. Meaning, there's nothing wrong with the outcome, but it's something that wasn't really needed.

    1. Good description! Nose jobs make me sad. Maybe because I have a big ol' nose, and I think there should be a variety of noses out there for little girls with misshapen noses to see.

  2. Come to think of it, what has Jennifer Grey done post nose job? I agree, she didn't need it. Neither do you.

  3. Except in extreme cases, when you change your face you change peoples perception of your personality, often for the worse. Jennifer Grey was really cute before she went to the cookie cutter nose.

    I thought Joan was going to live longer than George Burns and sadly she probably should have...something went wrong in her "routine procedure." She was great with a capitol "G."

  4. Poor Jennifer Gray. I'm sure she thought the nose job would help her career, but now people just think of her as the girl from Dirty Dancing and Ferris Bueller who got a nose job.

    My mom has a bump at the bridge of her nose too and she's always hated it. But I never noticed it until she pointed it out to me, and I'm sure no one else notices it either. We are always our own worst critics.

  5. I used to think that my nose looked like a potato, but now that I'm older I'm perfectly happy with it.