Hey, I have a blog that I never write in. So here’s a list of 25 things that I put on Facebook. Slightly edited.
The other day, a guy thought I was in high school. I took this as a compliment and not a comment on my outfit at the time.
I often get confused for a college student. I figure it’s good to look young, though it can get annoying to continually be confused for an undergraduate intern.
Secretly, I think I look much better than I did in college. If nothing else, I’m much healthier. I would have laughed at you if you told me that five years after graduation, I would be running 10 mile races.
I’m definitely a better person than I was in college.
I think I have a problem with accumulating books and dvds. I discovered that I have over 150 books in my personal library that I have yet to read. But my apartment is a great place to be on a rainy day.
I’m slightly obsessed with budgeting. While others might point and laugh, this means that I have money to go on vacation (or buy books and dvds) and feel less stressed about the economy. But only a little less stressed.
Were the economy better, I would probably quit my job in order to focus full time on job hunting. My current job is slowly driving me crazy. But I really like paychecks. And health insurance.
I agree with Obama that D.C. has no idea how to deal with inclement weather. But I do like that if it snows enough (read: 4 inches), my office will be closed.
I have four birthmarks, but I bet that my mom is the only other person who knows where all four are. I only dislike one, and that’s because people continually think it is dirt or makeup and try to rub it off. Some even tell me I’m wrong when I say “No, that’s a birthmark, it won’t rub off.” Some people are not smart.
I bought a Wii Fit, and the people who say it’s not a workout are lying. Okay, so you could make it very easy for yourself, but if you do the yoga and strength exercises, it’s not a bad workout. It will never replace my 40 minute cardio sessions, but it’s a good addition.
I have two cats who I adore, but I really wish that the one would not insist on getting up before 8:00 every day. Weekends are for sleeping in. The other cat understands this perfectly.
I like living in D.C., but I miss Midwestern sensibilities. I don’t miss getting stuck behind farm equipment on the road though.
- I used to be a closet sci-fi geek. I think it’s safe to say I’m out of the closet on that one.
- I really miss my law school workload. I know, it’s crazy, but I liked spending hours reading Con Law and Criminal Law and Juvenile Law. Contracts, I don’t so much miss.
- I still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up. I still think Ninja would be a good job title. It would look sweet on a business card, that’s for sure.
- I get irritated by happily ever after movies, but I get mad when a movie doesn’t have a happy ending either. I think this is a battle I will never win.
- I sometimes wonder where I would be in life if I had followed my dreams. Probably not as successful as I am now, but I’m not sure if that’s consolation or not. It’s nice to have a steady job though.
- I would like to quit my job and be a writer. First, I need to improve my writing skills. Or just marry a millionaire.
- I really love to dance, and am completely awful at it, and really regret never taking dance lessons as a kid, but none of this stops me from making a total fool of myself and loving every minute of it.
- The Giving Tree still makes me cry.
- In high school, I played the Fairy Godmother in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, and I absolutely loved the looks of awe and wonder on the little kids’ faces when they came to see the show. I felt like I really was magical.
- I love The Muppets and am highly disappointed in the new version of Sesame Street. Did any kid really think that it was a good idea to be like Cookie Monster and only eat cookies? Kids are smarter than that. Besides, he had Captain Vegetable to counter him.
- I took the same oath for my job that Joe Biden took. I think his job is slightly more important though.
- I really love to bake, but I never do it because I also love to eat what I bake, and I would prefer to never have to break out the fat clothes again.
- Making a list of 25 random things about myself was a much harder task than I thought it would be.