Thursday, May 22, 2014

five things you didn't know about me

  1. I'm an awkward picture taker.
    As evidenced in the above photo. I get really uncomfortable if I'm posing for too long so then I just make a goofy face or scrunch up my features. I've ruined quite a few photos, especially ones my mom always demands to take.

  2. I don't like ice cream.
    Crazy, I know, but I don't like all that creaminess. Says the girl who drinks whole milk.

  3. I was obsessed with ghosts and the supernatural as a kid...still somewhat now too.
    Maybe it was because of R.L. Stine or all of the scary movies I saw as a kid, but I was all about creepy things. I may have been convinced that I was a twin, but my twin died when I was young and no one bothered to tell me. I may have also been convinced that my powers would develop when I got older. Yea, I had a twisted small child mind.

  4. I am not an outdoors-y girl, at all.
    It's not that I don't mind being outside when it's nice out, but camping is out of the question. I blame this on my friends when we took a camping trip to Lake Placid for the Iron Man competition. The guys woke me up by taking down my tent while I was still sleeping in it...on a tree the cold. This will be why I only last a few days in the zombie apocalypse.

  5. I have a master's degree in Literacy Education.
    I usually make a joke about my master's saying that 'I can teach kids how to read good', but no one really gets it. People then give me a funny look until I tell them it's a joke. I thought about going on for a doctorate, but I value my downtime a little too much, not to mention I'll still be paying off my college loans for another two years. 


  1. My mom always insists on taking photos of just me. Then she goes and develops them and gives me BOTH copies. Ummm what's the point?

  2. I get it! I get the joke about your master's, and I love it.

    I'd rather never go on vacation again than go camping for a week. Friends of mine go camping in Lake George (I'm from the Saratoga Springs area) every year and the two years I went, I hung out with them on the campsite during the day, and then went back to my hotel room at night. Glamping at its finest.