Random bits about me

1. I am a strong woman and a good girl (generally).

2. I am super picky about purses and shoes, but still adore them.

3. I have more Earl Grey tea in my house than any other tea, and it isn’t even my favorite kind.

4. I found out today that one of the sweetest co-workers I ever had died of cancer.  He was only in his 30s (by my calculations).

5. I strongly prefer the smell of well-mixed essential oils over perfume/cologne.

6. I love my Dr. Bonner’s soap.

7. My ears are naturally symmetrical.

8. I am a Trekkie and a Whovian and I am not ashamed.

9. I love cheese more than any lactose intolerant person ought to.

10. It takes me a long time to fall in love with someone and even longer for it to fade into nostalgic love once the connection is gone.

11. I am a library junkie.

12.  I have only had a handful of crushes in my life, none of which turned into relationships.

13.  One of the best indicators that I love a book is that I will put it in a friend’s hands and tell them that they must read it.

14. I love the ocean, even if I am perpetually cold when I am there.

15. I like wearing hats.

16. I check my email on my phone way more often than I do on my computer.

17.  One of my favorite possessions is my wall clock that I bought at Goodwill for $4.

18.  I am happy with the way my body looks, but would still like to lose weight.

19.  I am very good at suppressing my inclination towards hypochondria.

20.  I am mildly dyslexic.

21.  I adore my scars.

22.  I recently discovered that I like sweet potatoes and many different kinds of nuts after a lifetime of avoiding them because I thought I didn’t like them.

23.  My ideal house would have one room just for all my books and a comfy chair to read them in.

24.  I am not sure how well I would live without my phone.

25.  Despite having a very well-adjusted childhood, I draw more strength from my family of choice than my family of birth.

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Posted on Monday, April 8, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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