The other day, I wore this outfit to a fashion event. Before the event, I went with Bob to Red Bear’s school for the school parents’ meeting. I told Bob to go into the meeting room himself, while I waited for him in the school staff office.
Ms. Bea(she is a very nice lady and is one of the staff in Red Bear’s school) asked me, “Why wouldn’t you come in to the parents’ meeting?”
I said. “I’m too dressed up, and looking so different, and I don’t want to embarrass my son, and let other people think his mom is so different.”
My husband Bob said, “What are you talking about? Red Bear is always proud of who you are and how you look!” And Ms. Be a told me, “You look great! And what’s wrong with dressing up? People dress up for all kinds of reasons and occasions — there is no rule that says you shouldn’t be dressed up in some kind of occasions, even for a parents’ meeting.”
Most of the time, I like to wear something that “stands out”, but I do care what people think about me, and it simply just really hurts whenever I meet some Internet bullies.
Yesterday I had a young blogger write to me and ask me how do I treat all kind of Internet bullies. I gave a quote to her, and it’s for me, too. ” I don’t care what you think about me. I don’t think about you at all.” —-Coco Chanel
In Chinese: 那天晚上有个与时尚相关的活动，所以我花了点心机，弄了这个造型。因为顺路，所以之前就先和ＲＢ爸爸与RB学校开家长会。到了学校，我和我先生说让他自己进去好了，我就在外面的教员室坐着等他。