Do you remember a specific story from your childhood when you had to talk about something awkward with your family?
I asked that question Thursday night at GNO and the ladies shared hysterical stories with their groups. They then chose a representative to share the “most colorful” story with the whole group. We then had to determine if the person sharing the story was the real person who experienced the incident or whether they were faking the whole thing.
The stories we heard were real. The names might have been changed to protect the innocent, but the stories weren’t made up. They were hilarious and yet, many of them had never been told before.
Especially not in public.
It was fascinating to see the connections we made with one another when we realized that EVERYONE has awkward stories. Everyone has a past that isn’t perfect. Everyone has awkward moments, enshrined in …