In the course of a week, month, or even a day, we encounter people expressing a variety of human emotions. Smooth as a Georgia peach, sharp as a prickly seed pod, or somewhere in-between:
- Withdrawn or outgoing
- Cheerful or sullen
- Anxious or peaceful
- Sweet or sour
- Sad or happy
- Hopeful or hopeless
- Uncertain or confident
- Grateful or unappreciative
- Inconsiderate or respectful
The list goes on…
Emotionally speaking, on a scale of 1 to 10, if:
Smooth as a Georgia peach is 10
Sharp as a prickly seed pod is 1
And you can’t select 5…
…where do you think others most often experience you on the emotion scale?
Note: The peaches in the header photo aren’t actually in Georgia. I took the photo in Homedale, Idaho while Len and I were visiting their local airport.
This post was previously published on Laurie Buchanan and is republished here with permission from the author.
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Photo credit: Laurie Buchanan