8 Interesting Things about Me

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Yikes, I got tagged for a meme by Joe from FatheredFive. You have to read his list, it’s hilarious (sorry, the site no longer exists). I’ve been pondering it for over a day now, and I have to admit this is a difficult one. I have to come up with 8 things all by myself about myself that are interesting. But not too embarrassing. Sheesh.

Okay, well here goes.

1. I went through modeling school a few years after I started teaching. I worked enough promotional jobs to pay myself back for the tuition. It was a good experience, but I’m not cut out for that profession.

2. I have a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology: Instructional Design and Technology. Which means I can write instructional materials, curriculum, etc.

3. I enjoy science fiction shows like Stargate SG-1 and Dr. Who.

4. I never had to wear braces growing up.

5. For the second decade of my life I was a horsewoman of moderate skill. I still have dreams that I have forgotten to clean the barn or feed the horses.

6. I love to sew. A full day of just playing with fabric and my sewing machine is heavenly.

7. I’ve been to Europe 3 times, but never to France.

8. I’d love to work in a florist shop and learn how make arrangements.

Okay. Phew. Got that done. I tag

BearTwinsMom

CrazyMeezer

 Tea Party Girl

and

BeadNerd

Earnest Parenting: help for having fun occasionally.

The editor-in-chief of Earnest Parenting, Amy is the mother of two sets of twin boys. Yes, they drive her crazy, but they also make her laugh occasionally. Amy enjoys writing, quilting, reading, and working on her burgeoning cyber empire.

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  • PandaBean August 27, 2007, 2:11 pm

    1. It’s great you were able to pay off your tution!

    2. Wow.

    3. I love Sci-Fi too! DH just got all 10 seasons of SG-1 for less than $150! We also love Star Trek and Babylon 5 (all seasons of B5, too).

    4. Lucky you! Neither have I, but I should have.

    5. I’ve always wanted to learn how to ride a horse.

    6. I’m just learning how to sew. I have 2 pockets on an apron skirt and all the peices cut out!

    7. Wow, the farthest I’ve ever been is Florida. Everyone else (except my brother) took my G-ma G to France for her 80th b-day; she was born there and we have lots of family.

    8. That would be fun. I like learning all the meanings of the different flowers; most people don’t care about that now-a-days, or even know that flowers have meanings!

    God Bless!

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  • Joe August 28, 2007, 10:31 am

    Nicely done! It’s surprisingly hard, isn’t it?

    I’m impressed by most of your list, though I admit that #6 baffles me. My mom made clothes for me up until I was 19 years old and left home! One of my roommates asked of a pair of sweats I was wearing, “Did your Mom make those?” I said that yes, she had, and realized at that moment that it was unusual. That maybe the clothes looked funny.

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  • Amy August 28, 2007, 11:08 am

    PandaBean: I love all those shows! I think we’ve seen every episode of SG-1, and we’re still mourning the loss. I’ve missed some chunks of various Star Treks, but have seen most. And B5 was one we saw every second of. What a great story! There was one episode in season 4 that actually surprised us when the Captain was staring down the bad guys and then she showed up to the rescue. We actually cheered, which is pretty rare lol.

    Joe: I should stipulate that the sewing I love is quilting. You buy fabric, cut it into little pieces, and sew it back together again. Now do you see why I love it so much? Rofl. Makes about as much sense as hitting a little ball into holes, doesn’t it?

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  • PandaBean August 28, 2007, 4:34 pm

    “The only man to ever defeat a Minbari cruiser is behind me, you are in front of me. If you value your lives, be somewhere else.” I love that part too! My mom tried to tape all the episodes when they originally aired, but she missed a ton of them after the second season, so now that we have them all on DVD, we watch them all about once a year or so. 😛 (Actually we skip most of seson 1, the cheesey “B-movie” type episodes.) LOL

    God Bless!

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  • Tea Party Girl August 28, 2007, 9:34 pm

    Hi Amy, thanks for the tag. I don’t dare share on my site, though, as I just finished posting my life story over five days. Hello! My readers don’t want any more info about me, that’s for sure ;-).
    So did you post a picture per our mentor’s suggestion? Modeling…that’s pretty impressive!
    Hope you’re hanging in there with those boys…

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  • Michelle September 1, 2007, 7:19 pm

    I got my meme done, finally. 🙂 It was hard to do because all I can think about are things that involve the boys. It’s hard to think of me as me and not as a mom.

    Hugs, Michelle
    beartwinsmom.wordpress.com

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