We all have those features that are a part of us. Something about us physically or visually that is a "distinguishing feature". Something that is part of your look. I can be a unique birthmark (like me), a great smile, your hair, the way you dress, your glasses, your red toe nails, etc. But little things that are "you". The things that others see, and without it, you would not quite be you. You can do just ONE thing or a SEVERAL.
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Only 1% of the population has red hair. Of tha1% even fewer people have my shade of orange. That's right orange. Not red, not copper not strawberry blonde- orange. I used to hate being the only one with my hair color. I was teased all the time for it. Somewhere around the end of HS/college I learned to love my hair color. Now that its more than half way down my back it certainly has become my distinguishing feature. Mara the proud Orangehead.
that's the clinical term for that gap between my teeth. i have a love/hate thing going on with it. i'm still self-conscious about it - i know it's "me," but 20 years from now, i don't want to have this huge gap you could drive a truck through...
so, braces. the opportunity came up, & with insurance, i'll get them very affordably! i'll have them for two years - top & bottom!
I started wearing glasses when I was five years old. My mom finally realized something was wrong when I kept walking off the front porch and would fall to the ground because I thought the stairs were where they weren't. So I actually got them before I started school so the kids wouldn't make fun of me...it didn't work. Thirty one years later...I still wear them.