Tuesday, March 20, 2012

15 Random Facts about Me...

Slice of Life #20
  1. I don' like roller coasters
  2. Coffee every morning with milk--no cream, no sugar
  3. Indian food is needed periodically
  4. But soup and salad at Olive Garden hits the spot too
  5. Much Ado About Nothing  (or another movie with fun dialogue) makes me happy
  6. I want to travel to Italy one day--hopefully sometime soon
  7. Spring break can't come fast enough
  8. I love green plants inside and outside
  9. But I don't like weeding
  10. Cooking is fun
  11. But doing the dishes has to be somebody else's job 
  12. I have three first names
  13. Dangling earrings are the best
  14. Each sunrise gives me a new reason to get up face the day with a smile
  15. When I fall short (on many things), God still loves me!!!!


  1. Fun idea, I may borrow this. A question rises from your revelations. How does one have three first names? Love #14, you are an optimist, too.

  2. I like that you included the few ..but..
    Spring break in Italy?

    1. That is just a dream.....maybe one year...

  3. Love this idea. I am going to try it too.
    May even try it with my kids.

  4. What fun - and a great idea for all of us list makers. Can I borrow?!

  5. I want to borrow this also. I liked the contrast in your list...like green plants inside and out but I don't like weeding.

  6. Feel free to borrow! I borrowed the idea from another post earlier this month!

  7. I want to know your three first names...I love the name Jaana with the three vowels.

  8. I love your list! Your inclusion of the "flip side" of yourself is a fun way to show more about you. #15 is my favorite...

  9. Great list! I wonder if I could come up with 15 random facts about me. Interesting and may have to try this too!

  10. Love #4--I'm a huge fan of soup and salad at Olive Garden! I'm a list-er too so thanks for the idea for a new one.

  11. Super list. I love #15 a lot! I will have to try a post like this sometime. Thanks for sharing.

  12. I am enjoying catching up on all that I missed on your blog. I would also love to go visit Italy. I have always wanted to visit more of Europe (I've only been to Spain for two weeks), but when I was learning about the Renaissance in order to teach it to my middle schoolers I thought about how fun it would be to go on a trip with my girls when they are in middle school or high school to see the art and buildings...


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