Versatile Blogger Award: 7 Random Facts

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Thanks Mrs. TIP! I’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award!  Share seven random facts about myself? Ok! Here goes.

  1. I love smoked oysters.  LOVE.  But Mr. DebtFreeJD thinks (rightfully?) they smell terrible, so I try not to indulge in the habit when he’s around.
  2. Like Mrs. TIP, I tried to teach myself to be ambidextrous when I was a kid.  Mostly in math class.  It turns out I’m just right-handed.  I also still can’t do long division.
  3. On the subject of elementary school, I had a long-running friendship with an imaginary horse.  She mainly appeared during gym class when I was forced to run laps (and would pretend I was galloping on said horse!) and walking to and from school (same).
  4. Mr. DebtFreeJD and I are almost exactly the same height.  For a while, he wished I was a little shorter.  And I wished he was a little taller.  But now, I think we’re happy at the same altitude.
  5. I lived abroad for two years after college, during which time I survived mainly on bread, potatoes and vending-machine hot chocolate.
  6. I wasn’t really allowed to eat junk food or watch TV growing up.  Therefore, during my college freshman year I had a cheeseburger, Cherry Coke, and fries for dinner every night.  While watching Star Trek.*
  7. I’m not really a lawyer.  Pscyh! I really am a lawyer.  But it was a long, and not-straightforward road to get here.

*If you are concerned by the lack of . . . um . . . nutrients during my college and immediate post-college years, rest assured: these days I eat a more varied and healthy diet.

4 thoughts on “Versatile Blogger Award: 7 Random Facts

  1. mrs TIP

    I also had imaginary animal friends…or rather an entire imaginary zoo. my sister and I took care of it together. it required a lot of work, let me tell you.

    1. DebtFreeJD Post author

      It really is too bad that having imaginary animal friends is frowned upon once you become an adult. DogDebtFreeJD is not a bad substitute, however.

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