Christine, from Everyday Mama, is heading up a Blog Hop.
She made a great point that moms are great at writing or talking
about any and everything... except ourselves. So, here are
25 things you may not know about me.
|Photo by: Traces of Green Photography|
- I was allergic/intolerant to eggs, gluten (wheat), and casein (milk) for 5 years. My daughter was my “cure”.
- After my allergies were gone I ate scrambled eggs with cheese, on a bagel, with a tall glass of whole milk, everyday, for at least 2 months.
- I read to learn. I don’t like fiction, unless it’s a children’s book.
- I believe that all books should have pictures, diagrams, charts, anything visual to break up all the words.
- I think that my daughter is quite honestly the funniest person I have ever met, and she is only 2.
- I think that it shouldn’t take longer to prepare a meal, than it takes to eat it. This is why I don’t cook often.
- I helped my mom start and run an at-home business at age 7.
- I drastically changed my career choice 3 times in college, without ever changing my major. (1. Special Effects Make-Up Artist, 2. Sports Advertising, 3. Baby Planner)
- In high school I was the lead make-up artist or designer on 15 different theatre shows.
- I hate crowded places. I try to only go to touristy locations or malls Monday-Thursday.
- I’ve never had anyone other than my mom clean my teeth. (She’s a dental hygienist.)
- I love new office supplies.
- Being creative and crafty makes me happy.
- I’d rather talk to you in person or talk over the phone, rather than email.
- I used to collect print ads.
- I dominate at the game “Chubby Bunny”.
- I enjoy sending and receiving cards, and won't throw them away.
- I use cleaning as a procrastination tool.
- I love giving presents, and I can’t keep them a secret.
- Wrapping presents is one of my favorite things to do.
- My favorite color is lime green.
- My husband and I were good friends for almost 2 years before we started dating.
- Dressing my daughter helped me add more color to my own wardrobe.
- My own baby “plan” involves adoption, in the future.
- I’m crossing my fingers for Baby #2 soon.