Making the Ordinary, Extraordinary
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I hate an issue with feet. I mean, I love shoes, but I hate other people`s feet. When they touch me, or are too close to me, I kind of go into panic mode. I say, keep your feet to yourself at all times!
I`m kind of gullible. I remember in fifth grade a classmate took me aside and told me in complete secrecy that she was a fairy. I totally believed her until I heard giggling about it late. Ah well. Better to believe the best in people than to be paranoid all the time.
I have freckles. I kind of like it. I don`t use foundation or anything, because that would cover them up!
I like collecting glasses. I have three pairs right now, and I
m slowly adding so that Ill eventually have a pair in every color. The thing holding me back, of course, is the fact that I have prescription glasses, so it costs a bit more to build up my collection.
My favorite citrus fruit is lime. I love lime. I use it as a condiment in my favorite Thai food, and I`ve always liked fruity lime pops more than icecream.
I actually grew up dairy free. When my Mom starting working full time (as opposed to being a stay at home Mom) that sort of fell by the wayside, so it is kind of funny that I can
t make the switch to it now. I mean, the only dairy stuff I like is cheese, but I just cant stand to give it up.
I carry my water bottle around everywhere. It makes me feel pretty silly, but it`s better than being dehydrated.
I still love to watch Looney Tunes and Scooby Doo. Kid stuff, I know, but it is comforting to revisit the past.
When I watch any other movies or shows, after ten minutes I generally know the whole plot. Plots just repeat a lot, especially in Hollywood, so it really isn
t difficult for me. But, either way, I still end up enjoying the show. I just dont pay close attention for every minute of it.