L. Diane Wolfe of Circle of Friends
Amy Sonnichsen of The Green Bathtub
Thank you so much. Both of you are sugar dolls.
The rules are to pass on the award and tell ten things about myself. I’ll start with passing it on. Since two people gave me the award, I’m passing it on to two other sugar dolls:
Mason Canyon of Thoughts in Progress
Jane Kennedy Sutton of Jane’s Ride
Now, ten things about me:
1. I hate to debate. I may have said this before, but I’ll reiterate… I do not like to argue.Mason and Jane, you can pass this on if you want. It’s up to you. I gave it to you ‘cause you’re definitely Sugar Dolls.
2. I wrote a play for the VOE club in high school then starred in it. I was the rabbit hopping around on stage who was late for a very important interview.
3. In high school, I decorated my car with multi-colored polka dots, big giant eyelashes and lips, and drove it around town. For the life of me, I can’t remember why I did it. But I did.
4. I wrote Romance novelettes in high school. As I wrote each page, a friend would take it and pass it on to others. The endings were always tragic. I have no idea where the pages went after I wrote them. Hmm, there’s a theme developing here. I, apparently, was a weird kid in high school.
5. I sang in the church choir (uh-oh, this was during my high school years), but now could not carry a note if you gave me a basket.
6. In college, I was an assistant to one of my English professors and graded papers for him. Probably the beginning of my editing career.
7. I finished my Master’s, including the thesis, in one year.
8. In my closet, I still have the suede lace-up boots I wore with hot pants in college. Why I still have them, I don’t know since my feet have gotten bigger and no longer fit in the boots.
9. I used to do ceramics, even had my own kiln. Until it short circuited and almost burned the house down. Luckily, it was contained to the garage. I don’t do ceramics anymore.
10. I can’t knit. I tried. Maybe it was because it was during the time when I had a high-stress job, but all my stitches were so tight, I couldn’t get the needles through, no matter what size needles I used or how I tried to shove them through.