it’s always like this

March 10, 2010

formspring me

Filed under: perfect strangers — notsojenny @ 9:04 am

so i haven’t officially joined formspring.  and i don’t plan on it. 

yet the concept definitely intrigues me.  i always have questions for people, or things i want them to elaborate on.  so i wonder, is there anything you would like to ask me?

maybe you want to know what i eat for breakfast?
what size shoes do i wear?
where do i get my girl scout cookies from?
what size i aspire to be and how many loaded potatoes a week i eat to get there?
if i were a tree what kind of tree would i be?

or maybe it’s a much better question than those, because those suck.  but feel free to ask me anything.  there’s not much i keep from the internet but i’m wondering if there’s anything i gloss over or skip entirely that you’d like to know about.

i know i don’t have a large readership but, and i’m warning you, if you don’t ask me questions you’re just going to get more posts about how much i want a baby or about a recent shopping expedition.  i mean you’re going to get those anyway but at least a few can be replaced with answering your questions.

so go ahead and ask me something or ask me lots of things, and i’ll answer them on monday.

br

br

~ today i learned… Irving Berlin gave the royalties to “God Bless America” to the Boys & Girl Scounts ~

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2 Comments »

  1. ummm… I have to think :)

    Comment by DanceintheRain — March 11, 2010 @ 11:05 am

  2. What does one version of your perfect Sunday look like, and when was the last time you had one?

    Comment by restaurant refugee — March 12, 2010 @ 2:11 pm


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