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 So, in a bold move, I've been saving my ideas throughout the work day to an unpublished entry, being extremely grateful that none of my coworkers are internet-savvy enough to know what Movable Type is, much less recognize the user interface of it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.
- 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.
- 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).
- 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.
- I do not like french fries, chips, or pretzels. They waste space in my stomach that could be better used for chocolate.
- Being too close to fireworks makes me nervous because I once had a burning piece of ash land in my eye on Independence Day.