About Me

And now, I will answer some strange questions, so that you all may know a little bit more about me.

Where do you live?

I’m a Nebraska girl, currently residing in the Omaha area.

How old are you?

I’m 33.

What do you do for a living?

I work in the lab at a local hospital.

What makes you feel old?

When I’m hanging out with people, and they mention a movie that I saw when it first came out in the theater, and then say that it came out before they were born.

Why do they still make black jellybeans?

Because they are sick, twisted individuals, lacking in taste buds.

If you could live at any time in history when would it be?

The 1920’s (before the stockmarket crash). I’ve always been intrigued by the decade. It was a decadent, glamorous time, and I’ve always found that a bit appealing.

When was the last time you said “I am glad I do not have that job”?

I’m not sure I said that, but anytime I think about my years working in the vet clinic, I always find myself thinking, “I’m so glad I don’t work there anymore.”

What is your dream car?

I’m not a car person, but my heart will always be with the red Ferrari that Magnum drove.

What food scares you?

Food from an unclean kitchen. Not a messy kitchen. Unclean.

Have you ever gotten up early for a “black Friday sale”?

Never have, and never plan to.

What do you think makes a person good-looking?

Definitely their personality. Some of the ugliest people I have known are very attractive people who are rude, unpleasant, unkind, etc.

What is the most beautiful language?

Sign language. It’s graceful, elegant, and something I truly want to learn.

What TV re-run do you sit down to watch whenever it is on?

As Time Goes By. I’ve seen every episode at least three times, but if it’s on I always watch.


6 comments on “About Me

  • I am so thoroughly enjoying your postings:) It has been delightful to discover you last week, and to read your articles from most recent going backwards (because that was the only way I knew how to do it, not knowing how to work
    my I-phone yet) I have been so glad to see your serendipitous discovery of a kindred spirit (e.g., “The Boyfriend!”) at a time when you were least expecting anything like that to happen. Made me think of the word “suddenly” —- as in, when God moves, it’s almost always prefaced by “Suddenly…” (:) I think that a lot of the really wonderful things that happen in our lives occur “suddenly”, just like you and your young man have found. Sending you lots of love and support :). From Mary Jane Sepmeier, in Ada, Oklahoma.

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