The Official Writing Challenge
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The most dreadful part is when you can feel the blush coming up, up, up into your cheeks! You want it to stop, but that makes it even worse and more noticeable. I empathize and sympathize with you!
This was a bit complicated to follow, but OH can I ever relate to embarrassments like this. Nice job.
I remember a classmate who blushed easily and you're right, the teachers seemed to pick on her.
So when people praise your stories on line, do you blush at home? Great job.
This is actually quite endearing!

I'd suggest breaking down and simplifying your longer paragraphs, into chunks easer to digest. Otherwise, very charming.
I like best your conclusion to how you accept your blushes. Good job.
As a fair-skinned blusher, I can certainly identify with this. I liked your conclusion, it's the way God made you and if it's good enough for Him, it's good enough for me, because afterall, God does not make mistakes. I agree that some of the paragraps could have been broken up for easier reading. Nice job!