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Revealing 25 (More) Things About Me

I had to reformat my computer this past weekend (for those just tuning in), which was a good thing, actually. In fact, I think I’m going to do that about every six months because WOW, my computer is running good.

But I forgot to save my Blog Topics folder – which had a ton of blog ideas stewing inside, just waiting for me to scoop them up and serve them to you, dear reader.

Now? I’ve got nothing. Blank. My brain is dead and I don’t have a fresh idea to write about. At least, for today – don’t worry, this is only temporary. *grin*

So … I’ll continue the things about me, dealie-bopper.

(You can find 25 more things about me here).

26. I was a manager at Wendy’s for seven years.
27. I was a teller at a bank for seven years.
28. I worked in the cash office at Wal-Mart for seven years.
29. My husband and I nearly split at seven years of marriage.
30. Apparently, I have a seven year itch.
31. I need to stop scratching it.
32. My first car was a ’72 silver Monte Carlo.
33. It looked hot, but was a piece of crap.
34. I owned a dark green Mercury Capri.
35. I owned a white Nissan Sentra.
36. I drove a Dodge Grand Caravan white/woodgrain van for a few years until someone hit me and totaled it.
37. I’ve been married since 1990.
38. We paid for our wedding by using a student loan.
39. We honeymooned in Cozumel, Mexico.
40. It was my first time out of Missouri.
41. It was my first time out of the country.
42. I totally freaked out and cried.
43. My first son was born in 1992.
44. He was eight weeks premature.
45. He was in NICU for six weeks.
46. We rented our first house.
47. We bought our second house.
48. We’re still here.
49. We have no intention of moving.
50. My second son was born in 1995.

Your turn. Tell me something about you. Something you wouldn’t feel comfortable sharing with the rest of the world on your own blog. It’s okay, your secret is safe with me. 🙂

3 thoughts on “Revealing 25 (More) Things About Me”

  1. Yes, it help. Telling someone who doesn’t know who he is helps too. Thanks Karen.

  2. Oh, oregonsunshine – I’m so sorry. (((hugs)))

    I can completely understand where you’re coming from and I would feel the same way.

    Thanks for commenting. I hope that helps a little?

  3. My husband is a bit of an infamous blogger. He has acquired quite the female following. No one knows he’s married as he doesn’t mention me at all. It hurts, but I don’t tell him that. Instead, I watch other women flirt and try to throw themselves at him.

    Our marriage isn’t as strong as it could be. We’ve walked a rough path that’s left me more than a little insecure. And it really bothers me that he doesn’t mention that he’s married on his blog.

    In his defense, he doesn’t talk about us or personal things currently going on in his life. I always know where he is and he sleeps next to me at night. More, he is actively working with me to make our marriage stronger and help me feel more secure.

    But the blog, which was kept as a secret from me until I found it, still hurts. It hurts to not be acknowledged as his wife publicly there.

    There! I’ve told someone finally.

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