I skipped out on blog awards a long time ago. I never followed the rules anyway. What a rebel. But since Vic is my friend and she mentioned me in her ‘Mystery Blogger Award‘ post, I thought I’d do it. Parts of it. I mean, it would be rude not to, right?
So… first… I’m supposed to tell you three things about me. You’ve already seen too much. What harm could even more information possibly do?
3 things about myself… that you may not know:
- I was the Student Council President in high school (basically, in charge of the entire student body… no not like that… unfortunately). Now I cannot bear to speak (or even be) in front of people like that. I get so anxious I can barely remain standing.
- I’ve seen the Disney movie Tangled more times than I can remember – well into triple digits.
- I hate whipped cream. It is vile.
Vic’s 5 questions:
- Where’s the best place you’ve ever traveled to?
Florence, Italy. No question. I want to live there. And die there.
- What’s your favorite kind of cookie?
Oatmeal – homemade by me/my recipe – no raisins, no chips. Just oatmeal cookies. And I prefer the cookie dough to the baked cookies. Which works out because I’m usually too full to eat the baked cookies by the time they’re out of the oven anyway…
- Do you like turtlenecks?
No… I will only wear maybe a sweater with a soft cozy loose “cowl” neck. (That’s what it’s called, right?) Turtlenecks are too strangle-y. Lots of crew necks feel strangle-y, too. I prefer a scoop neck. Also… I have nothing against the neck of an actual turtle.
- Do you like to eat your foods one at a time or do you mix foods on your fork?
It depends what it is. I’m not my little sister – who hates to have anything touch. She wants a divided plate so everything is separated. Ha! Not me… I’m flexible.
- In twenty years if you look back, what’s the most important thing you want to have done with your life between now and then?
This is too hard… If I had any idea what I wanted my life to be, I’d be in way better (psychological) shape right now. Of course I would want to have been a great parent – I want my kids to be happy and successful and kind. And I want to have finally written a book – like, a complete one, published one way or another. But full disclosure: The first thing that came to mind is… I want to have figured out what happiness is and to have some of it. I’m pretty sure the kid thing and the book thing are far more likely to actually happen.
There it is. Cheerful as ever. Hope you’re not sorry you asked…