We’ve decided to do our ‘about’ as a one by one posting of random facts about each of us. Interested? Read on…


8 Responses to About

  1. Hey Jennifer,
    What do you say we figure out something to put here to make us look a little more… *ahem* professional…

    • OMG. We completely forgot about this page! What is wrong with us? EVERYONE wants to know about us after reading our funny posts. We can write something cute and funny (and short) on Wednesday.

      • Hmm. We never wrote anything. What should we put? We could tell one thing about ourselves…what do you say?
        I’ll start. I didn’t used to like dark chocolate, but now I can’t eat M&M’s unless they are dark chocolate. How weird is that? It took a while to switch over, but I did it.
        Of course, that’s useless information. Do you want useless, useful or just information?

  2. Sounds good. Let’s see… one thing…
    Well, since everybody already knows about my contest addiction, I’ll start with something else.
    I do all of my writing in the left corner of my couch, with my laptop on my lap. No desk. No music. No distractions.
    Want to keep going? I think we should. One thing per week?

  3. Okay. My turn. The old-time town train goes by (practically through my backyard) 3 times a week. It’s blue and white with the city name. The driver has a white beard, wears a t-shirt and sometimes smokes a cigar. The train used to belong to the paper mill before it shut down. (We live in a row of houses originally built for the paper mill workers.) It shakes the house when it goes by like an earthquake, and knocks the same picture out of place. Like a child, I HAVE to look out the window when it passes, no matter what I’m doing, I’ll knock myself out to get to a window.

  4. In the chilly waters (54 degrees Celsius year-round) off the coast of Victoria, BC in Canada, I donned a wetsuit and swam with the seals.

    This was truly one of the highlights of my life.

  5. WOW. That sounds amazing! And COLD! Was it super cold?

    Let’s see……I’m off caffine. I can look up and it’s 10:00 and I’ve completely forgotten to have a cup of coffee! I could never do that before. Granted, it’s taken me almost two whole years to come off it, as I did it s-l-o-w-l-y. I do still drink coffee every day, but it’s decaf with a 1/4 tablespoon of half-caf. When I finish this tub of it, I’m crossing over to decaf only.
    I guess what I’m amazed by is that I can now get out of bed without calling out for it. (Which works if I’m not home alone, otherwise, there’s never any answer.)

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