Twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five things (and counting) about me . . .
I practice and believe in kindness.
I love roasted Brussels sprouts.
I never considered myself an animal person, yet I have three dogs and a lot of cats. (The cats live outside and allow me to live in my precious world where no mice or rats (or snakes!) exist.)
I read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in one day. It is 759 pages. Not one other thing was accomplished that day.
I am a strong proponent of removing the stigma surrounding mental health.
I do not like surprises.
I think the serial comma should always be used. Always. Without exception. I will fight you on this.
I believe people are inherently good.
I got into computer design by taking an elective course (BIS 240, Intro to Desktop Publishing, for those of you taking notes) on Adobe PageMaker in the summer of 1995. I have never looked back.
I have close friends who live in many locations across the country.
When The Little Mermaid was released and was playing in the theater, I think I saw it no less than ten times.
When my oldest daughter was a small child, we watched Aladdin non-stop for about a year.
I love to sew.
I have a vanity license plate.
My thumbs are double jointed.
I love watching language change. I mean look at these real, dictionary-listed, words: selfie, binge-watch, and photobomb?
Please don't talk to me about sports. I can talk about them -- I just don't want to. I don’t sport.
My superpower used to be knowing what other show that guy in this movie was in. IMDB has taken away the need for this superpower; I'm currently on the search for my true superpower.
If given the choice, I'm pretty sure I would never wear shoes.
I have really small feet. I think it's kind of weird too.
I had a colleague once ask me if I ever fell over because my feet are so small.
My family and I love dumb dad-type jokes. Ask me about my favorite joke.
I love to drive through rain puddles.
When I was a child, I helped teach my younger brother to read by recording myself reading the books for him.
I consider myself an introvert yet I am very social.
Please don't ask me what my favorite book is. It's like having to choose a favorite child. I love them all.
Apparently my signature modeling pose is to raise my hands to my face -- jazz hands, no less -- and open my mouth really wide.
I probably read that book you're reading.
I probably read the book that movie is based on.
Book first, then movie!