Looks or intelligence?

Sadje is back again with her Sunday poser, and this week she says:

This week my question is;

What is the first thing you would like people to notice or compliment you upon? Looks or intelligence?

Well since I am blind looks are not that important to me. I know they are to some people but, I don’t go on looks.

I would rather people talk to me, get to know me and maybe they’d think I am intelligent?

I don’t know that I am, but I do think I am kind of smart.

I am educated, and I keep up with current events.

I like to think I can hold my own in conversation!

I try to be open and friendly when I meet people. I hope my first impression others have of me is a good one.

How do you feel about looks versus intelligence?

http://lifeafter50forwomen.com/2022/09/04/sunday-poser-96/

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

14 thoughts on “Looks or intelligence?”

  1. Probably neither. It’s more about how people treat me and how I treat people. Someone can be an ugly not too bright person but because they are friendly and jolly it’s great to be around them. On the other hand a beautiful person with a degree could be rather arrogant and horrible and no one wants to be with them. Does that make any sense? 🥰

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