Friday, September 07, 2012

On making the right kind of entrance

"There are two types of people: Those who come into a room and say, 'Well, here I am!', and those who say, 'Ah, there you are.'"
Frederick L. Collins

I try to be like the latter. I do everything in my power to avoid the former. You?


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Yes, I prefer to observe rather than be observed.

Perhaps it's a photographer's thing?

Kalei's Best Friend said...

I am usually the one that comes into a room unnoticed... When I was a kid my relatives always commented on how reserved I was... Its the reserved ones u got to watch out for.. They take in everything..... :-)

Karen (formerly kcinnova) said...

People are basically selfish. I would LIKE to be the person who comes in and says, "There you are!" but I fear human nature has me wanting the attention on me. Of course, being naturally shy, I'm more likely be be just like Kalei's Best Friend up above.

Cloudia said...

It's a matter of heart.
You have a good one, Carmi.

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laurak/ForestWalkArt :) said...

oh, i never like to make my entrance known...i'd rather slip in un-noticed...
if i HAD to be there at all! =)

MorahMommy said...

Although I'd like to walk in and say "here I am!" but I'm really shy. So I like to go in un-noticed. I agree with everyone else, it gives me an opportunity to watch and take everything in,