My British/Frenchie blogger pal Mya tagged me last week, in which I'm supposed to share seven random blurbs about myself to fulfill this tagging requirement. Unfortunately, I didn't have any exciting sex with animals or drinking or even drug-related incidents to recount, but I feel confident that I'll make the best of this opportunity to share a little bit more about myself (and hopefully entertain as well). So here goes ...
1. I have an unhealthy dependence on adverb modifiers (e.g., too, so, very, really, rather) in my writing. It's like I'm never satisfied with stating a clearly quantified position; it appears I always feel compelled to pump it up a notch or two -- it's so very immature and really rather weak to write that way!
2. I attended five elementary schools, one middle school, three high schools, and four institutes of higher learning -- I've only just managed to graduate from college in 2005!
3. At my second high school (student population = 42), I was the only white cheerleader. It was there that the black girls took pity on me (or more than likely were terribly embarrassed by me!) and had to teach me how to have rhythm and how to dance.
4. I've always wanted to be a drummer and be a part of a kick ass all-girl rock band.
5. Because I like the color blue so much, that preference greatly influenced my decision to join the Air Force over the Army (much, much nicer uniforms!)
6. Among a vast array of eligible and good-looking military men, I chose to pursue Pos because he looked mighty fine in those BDUs (that's military for Battle Dress Uniform, or simply put, camouflage!)
7. I really can't embrace the culinary arts - food is fuel as far as I'm concerned. I know, I know, it's a tremendously lazy and bland attitude to have, but food preparation really doesn't revve my engine (unlike the unheralded art of household clutter control -- now there's something to get my giblets all in a twitter!!)
Well folks, there's some of my silly randomness for your reading pleasure -- I hope it enlightens as well as entertains.