List 5 things we don’t know about you:
Some may know this. I bake a mean Jack Daniels chocolate chip pecan
pie, from scratch- my mom's recipe (though I think she got it from
someone else.) I don't make it often though because, health.
2. I really like sheep and I have always dreamed of living/working on a sheep ranch.
3. When I was a kid I wanted to be a dog sled racer in Alaska. (still would be cool!)
4. I grew up (mostly) in a house that was over 100 years old, then moved to a brand new one my dad built in the pasture.
5. All of my education was Christian, including university. There were a few years of homeschooling mixed in as well.
5 things you’re
1. Geography, in general
2. The Lord of the Rings- and anything Tolkien, really. Seriously, ask me anything.
3. Identifying dog breeds. And animal behaviours. Comes with the job, I guess.
4. Some parkour. Also filed under things I wish I was more knowledgeable about.
Buying and selling things on eBay. I've made a fair amount of money
back on things I no longer want/need. I've also saved heaps by buying
used things. My current work shoes (Merrell Trail Gloves) cost me $20
and have lasted well over a year, which at my workplace is unheard of.
5 things you know nothing about
1. Dancing. When I've had something to drink, I can move around a bit, but I wouldn't call it dancing.
2. Liechtenstein. Literally all I know is where it is.
Cars. Rather, mechanics. I know how to drive and how to do very, very
basic maintenance, but I'm not fond of cars and I'm basically lost if
anything goes wrong.
4. Twitter. I am savvy to most social media platforms, but that one has eluded me.
Practical uses for higher math. I know basic math, and I even (barely)
passed pre-calc, but I don't know how to use any of that.
5 things you
makes me think of a song: "It's not that I do or don't believe, I just
don't not believe in God or aliens or love at first sight." The
Guggenheim Grotto (now Storyman)
1. Humans evolved amazing feet and we're now killing off the amazingness by trapping them in tight and padded shoes.
2. I believe cool/cold weather is so much better than hot weather.
3. I believe that I was taught history and science incorrectly (see education above.)
I believe that there is other life in the universe. It's simply too
big. And it's awfully arrogant of us to believe we're alone here (even
if you believe in a god.)
I believe there is a very big difference between truth and fact. Ask me
about it sometime, perhaps I need to write a whole new post on that