Thursday, August 2, 2012

A Few Random Things About Me

Before I begin, I apologize for any mispelled words or capitalization errors. I am typing this on my cell phone.
So, I've seen a few other bloggers doing this, and I actually have a few good quirks about me, so I thought I would join in.
Here are a few random things you don't know about me!
After I shower the FIRST thing I do is rub my face with the towel. It's the best feeling in the world!
I have always slept with one leg out from under the covers. My Dad calls it my thermometer!
I repeat myself by moving my lips after saying something sometimes to make sure I said it the right way. Its a bad habit I have had since I was a kid.
I have an obsession with people spelling my name wrong, especially on Facebook. I mean c'mon! It's right there in front of you!! Ugh.
I am also a spelling and grammar nazi in general. I often find myself proofreading things without meaning to. I actually got so frustrated at a book one time with its constant context and grammar errors that I stopped reading!
I hate the smell of horseradish, but love wasabi. I wonder which one is actually spicier? Is that even a word?
My second toes are longer than my first toes. My daughter also has the unfortunate gene. I think it makes our feet look wierd.
Speaking of feet, for the longest time I couldn't wear flip flops. Not because I didn't like them but because I couldn't keep my first two toes together and kept falling out of them. Which is a problem because...
I am VERY clumsy. I have a very warped sense of distance, and I often find random bruises on me and have no idea how or where I got them. I am also a bigger person, so I tend to say "excuse me, I'm so sorry for running into you a lot."
There you have it! Tell me something about you! Leave a comment telling me one of your quirks =)
Oh and just for fun, and because all I have are cell phone pictures right now, here's a pic of Natalie in her birthday outfit =)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm also a nazi when it comes to spelling and grammar errors! I see so very often that people who have English as their native language are not able to use apostrophes correctly and mix up they're and their and similar things. And use apostrophes instead of plural forms. It hurts my eyes reading it! And English is my second language. I'm definitely a geek.
Nice blog, btw!

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