I was tagged on Facebook for this and had such a fun time writing it I thought I would share it here. :-)
1. I love to watch Blues Clues (despite having no kids)
2. My all-time favorite show is Northern Exposure and I have all the episodes on VHS
3. Growing up I wanted to be a lawyer
4. Now that I am grown up, I don't want to be anything but a ski/mountain/beach bum
5. My dad is my hero
6. The best job I ever had was working in a yogurt shop in college
7. I hate to admit this, but I saw Barry Manilow in concert...2 times. I'm such a geek.
8. Along that same line, I saw Village People in concert when I was 12 years old - I had no idea what the whole "YMCA" thing really meant. (no comments please)
9. I redeemed myself by seeing Elton John 4 years later - much cooler.
10. Even though I grew up in Colorado, I didn't climb my first 14er until I was 41. (hey, I just realized that my age then is 14 backwards - cool!)
11. I love Peanut Butter!
12. I also love popcorn (but not with Peanut Butter, although that's not a bad idea -hmmmm...)
13. I hate to Mountain Bike (yet I keep riding the damn thing) which brings me to my next random thing...
14. I'm a gluten for punishment
15. I'm an extrovert (big surprise, I know)
16. I take tons of vitamins
17. I hate wind - really, really hate it.
18. My family loves going to sporting events, everything from Denver Broncos, Air Force Falcons, etc. It's our bonding time.
19. When I was 14 I won the state championship in doubles bowling
20. One time in HS I was late to school because our house got hit by a hot air balloon - nobody at school believed me.
21. I had a huge crush on Donnie Osmond when I was growing up. those purple socks...
22. I stopped taking naps when I was 9 months old (my poor mother)
23. I really was a terrible 2's kid (I did things like eat tobacco, drink gasoline, scream till I was blue in the face, etc... (again, my poor mother)
24. My brother was the perfect 2 year old since all he did was follow me around and watch me get into trouble.
25. I'm addicted to the internet (long before Al Gore 'invented' it)