91 Things Still Not Accounted For


I've been trying to work on my "101 Things About Me" list this week. (Note: If you missed the first installment, click here.) Unfortunately, I'm still not used to working full-time, so I'm pretty wiped when I come home. So, in a bold move, I've been saving my ideas throughout the work day to an unpublished entry, being extremely grateful that none of my coworkers are internet-savvy enough to know what Movable Type is, much less recognize the user interface of it from my monitor. Anywho, I now present you with five more things you never wanted to know.

  1. I am deathly afraid of stop signs at busy intersections. I panic every time I pull up to one, thinking that I'm going to go at the wrong time and piss everyone else off.
  2. My longest relationship to date was with one of my best friends' Betta fish. His name was Hercules, and we dated for a year (until his death on September 2, 2007).
  3. I did not want to be a veterinarian or a teacher or an astronaut when I was a child. I wanted to be the CEO of a large corporation. I envisioned working in an office with lots of windows at the top of a skyscraper.
  4. I do not like french fries, chips, or pretzels. They waste space in my stomach that could be better used for chocolate.
  5. Being too close to fireworks makes me nervous because I once had a burning piece of ash land in my eye on Independence Day.