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Getting Over an Embarrassing Moment

Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.

Everybody has that one embarrassing story that’s initially too humiliating to share but then ends up becoming hilarious with time. I’ve had my share of embarrassing moments this summer. I guess when you’re not studying, you’re more likely to humiliate yourself haha! You’re probably wondering, “Blaze Ann! This is so random. Why are you writing this post?”

Well… I am currently recovering from the guilty/ashamed period of an embarrassing moment. When I was telling a friend what had happened last night, she started bringing up all of my embarrassing stories of the summer, making me cringe even more. Maybe I’ll share the most recent story in the future, but right now I’ll tell you one that happened at the beginning of the summer because I am over that one. Girl, let me tell you that the embarrassment lasts as long as you let it. With time it’ll go away, and you’ll be laughing at yourself. I mean, think of all of the funny stories you know! Most of them probably involve someone embarrassing themself.

 

Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.

HERE’S HOW THE STORY GOES:

My friends and I were at Target just for fun. The three of us were sitting in the garden furniture area taking a break from roaming around when suddenly one of my friends sees this tall fellow our age (that she thought was pretty good lookin’) shopping with his mom. You guessed it. We decided our break was over and proceeded to stalk see where him and his mom went to next.

THIS IS NOT WHERE THE EMBARRASSMENT ENDS.

At some point we lost them. (Yeah… we wouldn’t make good spies.) After strolling around Target for a little longer, we headed out thinking that the cute guy was long gone. Walking towards the car in the parking lot, my friends begin to audibly debrief about the guy. I add in what I remembered, saying, “He was tall and was wearing green shorts to match his A’s baseball shirt.” As I finished recounting, I turn around and there. she. was. THE GUY’S MOM was pushing the cart right behind me THE WHOLE TIME. Following her was her son in those green shorts I was just describing. I turn around so quickly and rush to the other side of the road without explanation. My eyes were so wide as I motioned for my friends to look at who was behind us the whole time.

Once we were all in the car, my friends and I were all in angst shouting about how embarrassing we were. There’s a very high chance that they heard what we were talking about since we were just in front of them!! We weren’t saying anything bad! I mean, if I heard someone complimenting me, I would be pretty flattered haha. But still… it was so embarrassing.

After some time, my friends and I got over the feeling of embarrassment and bring up the story every time we see each other.

Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.
The Moral of the Story:

If you’re at Target and see a cute guy, look behind you before talking about him.

Okay, the real Moral of the Story:

Be careful what you say about someone because you never know… They may be right there standing behind you.

This post was fun to write! I laughed while recounting this. I believe that if you experience something embarrassing just tell a trustworthy friend because you’ll end up laughing it off with them. Everyone makes mistakes. If everyone was perfect, the world would be so boring. The next time you are in this situation, just remember:

It could’ve been worse.

Thanks for reading!

love,
blaze ann

 

Outfit Details:
Shein Glitter Cami Dress | Forever 21 Sweater | Gap Heels | Shein Purse

I’ve been seeing this cami dress over tshirt trend a lot during the summer and love it! Since it’ll be fall soon, I paired my cami dress over a long sleeve. This outfit is perfect for a fall day or night out!

Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.Glitter cami dress over a ribbed top with black heels and purse. This fall outfit is perfect for going out! | In this post, Blaze Ann talks about getting over an embarrassing moment.


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  • Katherine Swain

    I have my fair share of embarrassing moments too! Glad you are over it and moving on! PS, your outfit is so cute!

    Katherine | http://www.oneswainkycouple.com

  • I have had SOOOO many embarrassing moments, but sharing them with friends make them so much better. I used to look back on them with humiliation, but now when I think of them I actually laugh out loud, because my friends helped me look on the funny/bright side of things. 😉 Friends are awesome.
    And it’s good you were complimenting the guy! If he heard your conversation, it might have given him a good confidence boost, haha. XD

    ~Lydia~ <3

    • I completely agree Lydia!! Haha I didn’t think of it that way! It might just have given him a confidence boost.

  • We all get embarrassed from time to time. Thanks for showing us how to do it with grace.

  • Neva Yinger

    Honestly I’m pretty sure I did the same thing a couple of times early in high school — but I mostly just thought it was hilarious (once we were back in the car!)

    • LOL I’m glad I’m not the only one!! Thanks for sharing Neva!

  • Kate Decker

    Hahaha that is too funny! But girl, I am the queen of embarrassing moments, so no worries with yours! 😀

    • Hahaha thanks for reading Kate! 🙂

  • Shell

    I am totally the queen of embarrassing moments 🙂 BTW I really love your outfit! It’s adorable!

  • LaToya H

    This is so funny!! I have done something similar so I know the feeling!

  • You definitely had me giggling 😀 … I have had so many embarrasing moments over th years that some actually still have been rolling my eyes LOL! Great post!! Love your outfit too!!

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  • Maro Akamatra

    Well since you didn’t really say anything bad about him he would just smile!

  • Kasi Perkins

    LOL that is so funny! I have a super recent embarrassing moment that I’m trying to get over right now, so this is right on time! Thanks for this! You also look super cute, love how she styled this trend, and love those slides!

    Kasi | http://thestyleperk.com/?p=4010

  • This story is so great!!!! Loved the moral too. I bet the guy felt really happy though and the mom may have too. What mom doesn’t think her son is handsome. That is embarrassing though. aw