Wednesday, August 12, 2009

More moving layouts



Scrapbook layouts- Moving






These are a few layouts from my first full length scrapbook. I finished this a couple of years ago, right after I moved with my family from Michigan to Arizona. The result is a bit amateurish- I'd definitely do a lot of things differently now- but I still really like it. It was fun to do a book about a cross-country trip. There's lots of inside jokes that you can play off of.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Does that make me a lesbian?

Nice title, huh? Actually, this post is mainly about my short hair, which, for some people, seems to scream "LESBIAN!" I just like funky haircuts. I have super short hair, which I wear spiked in a semi faux hawk. Its now a dark brown/black, but when this incident occurred a few weeks ago, I had blondish/brown streaks.
I was at the movies and had just gone to the bathroom. A movie had just let out so the women's stalls were filling up fast. As I opened the door to exit, I saw an older woman (maybe in her 60's) with a cane on the other side, so I held open the door for her while I was still in the restroom. She looks confused. Checks the sign on the side of the door, then looks back at me. It's time to note my clothes. I had on jean shorts (fairly androdgynous), and a slightly ruffled flower shirt (QUITE girly). Not until another girl exited the bathroom did she come in, saying to me as she passed "I wasn't sure if this was the women's or not".
Excuse me?
Come again? Did you just suggest that I look like a guy? Let's review: I have a big chest (hard to miss), I'm wearing flip flops, shorts, and a flowered shirt, and I'm standing in the women's room that has a "Ladies Restroom" sign next to it.
I'm not super insecure about my looks, but neither do I wish to be mistaken for the opposite sex. A friend once told me that he assumed that all girls with short hair were lesbian. Uh, thanks. That accounts for the lack of guys hitting on me.
What about you? Do you base your "gaydar" on a person's hair?