Oh, that Matushka Anna. She's already gotten me back to my blog once this week and now she posted this.
Well, I think I can come up with 10 things that I've never divulged on my blog pretty easily, since I'm pretty much a newbie and I've been such a slack blogger lately.
1. I once spent an afternoon at a cocktail party on an Australian submarine in Pearl Harbor. I ended up as the lone female in the officer's mess with all the officers, who were very, very, cheerful and friendly. :)
2. I'm learning German along with The Boy. We are using the Rosetta Stone program. I can say "The dishes are in the sink" and "My brother is sleeping in the bedroom."
3. I actually enjoy watching old episodes of Dr. Who with The Professor and The Boy. We have watched as many of the old episodes as we can get via Netflix and we're all the way up to the Sixth Doctor.
4. I have lived my entire life in the South but I have never eaten fried green tomatoes and I hate grits.
5. I cannot decide on a favorite color. Most of the time I say my favorite color is red, but really I love red and yellow, pink, blue, green, turquoise, etc.
6. I've always wanted a yellow house in the country. With hydrangea bushes in the yard and climbing roses all over the place.
7. I love terriers. One of these days I'd like to have either another Westie (I had one many years ago) or a Cairn.
8. I've been to Hawaii 4 times! (I can hardly believe this myself.)
9. I am ambidextrous to a certain extent, which means I end up getting confused a lot. I write with my left hand and I guess my left hand is my dominant hand, but I can't use a pair of "left-handed" scissors. I sew and crochet with my right hand. We went out to play Frisbee the other evening and I was throwing the Frisbee with my right hand without even thinking about it. I also have a hard time telling my right hand from my left hand and I'm terrible at trying to give directions or read a map etc.
10. I quite regularly forget how old I am - partly because I have spent 6 years telling everybody that I'm 39 (Ha!)and partly because I really do not feel any older now than I did when I was 39, or 27, or 18.