wee bit.

yes, i realize it's not wednesday, but deal.
{one} what is one food that, as an adult you love, but as a child you said you’d never touch? i've always been pretty open minded about different foods. the one thing i remember having to choke down if i was forced to eat it was oatmeal. i was not a fan growing up, but i readily eat it now.

{two} did you go to college? if yes, what was your major? i did. i went to utah state. go aggies. i majored in sociology...after taking a nearly five-year break cause i couldn't figure out what i wanted to major in.

{three} what’s the most wild animal you’ve seen in real life (not counting the zoo)? well, probably just a moose. or buffalo at yellowstone. that's still considered the wild, right?

{four} have you ever been to a fortune teller? never. and i can't foresee myself going to one anytime in the near future. but maybe the fortune teller would see something different.

{five} can you juggle? no. and i can't tell you how bad i want to know how to juggle. i've tried to learn so many times, but i don't have the patience...and obviously, the coordination.

{six} hardwood floors or carpet? i have carpets, but i would go for hardwood in a heartbeat.

{seven} is it called “soda” or “pop”? it's soda. all growing up i called it pop. i can't remember where or why or how, but i started referring to it as soda and that has stuck.

{eight} what was your first car? a 1972 buick electra...a hand-me-down from all of my older siblings. it was a beast. i still wish i had that car. it had so many great nicknames. i miss it.

{nine} what is the most decadent dessert you’ve ever eaten? isn't all dessert decadent? i can't think of anything specifically.

{ten} how often do you rearrange your furniture? nearly never. currently, my living space is so small that i don't have many options. maybe it would be different if i had more space, but probably not. i don't dig a lot of change.

now your turn.
tell us a wee bit about you.

that's all.

1 comment:

  1. I picked up saying soda when I went to NY . . . after being teased relentlessly by some hot boys at the pizzeria.
    Aw, the Batmobile . . . almost wrecked that thing the same day I got my license. On 800 East, in fog and on black ice, by myself.