I, on the other hand, do not like to be called by nicknames. I don't even like to be called Kim. Somehow, when I was 20, I got the idea that if I was called my proper name, it would make me a grownup. Well, it seemed to have worked and I've just kept it that way.
Oddly enough, there are only 2 people in the world that got away with calling me 'Kimmy'. One of them was my Grandma. I'm the only grandchild that got a nickname from her. I was 'special'.
It seems silly for me to think this, but I wish Zoya would have just called this one 'Kim' or, better yet, 'Kimberly' instead of 'Kimmy'.
And here's the truth...when I saw this, straight out of the box, I didn't like it. I was disappointed. Like, Zoya didn't consult with me, personally, on what color 'Kimmy' should be.
Thus, I set this one aside in lieu of others I thought I liked better.
Looking through my
I must have come to my senses! This is yum-tastic!
A super, bright red that has a load of gold and red micro-glitter, this one is dazzling. It isn't a vampy red to me but a fun, carnival red shade. I have used 2 coats and a top coat of China Glaze's 'Fast Forward Top Coat' for my manicure.
This was my lesson: Don't make snap judgments about labels. Even if it is my own nickname.
A nickname that I have, is my Mom will call me 'Sis.' I don't know why, but she always has. My hubs, well, the ones he uses to my face are 'Sweetie' and 'Honey.' I think men, however, use those terms because it doesn't get them in trouble. Like accidentally calling you by their ex's name.
Do you have a nickname?