A post from my blog, thought I'd share it here for the hell of it.
1. When I was 6, I got the bright idea of 'ice skating' on the recently mopped floor in my aunts house. I thought I could attempt those cool spins, but after one misstep, I fell and broke my chin open. DID NOT go for stitches and the scar is so tiny, it's barely noticeable.
2. The first 'adult' movie I ever watched, and this was at the age of 3 (putting aside all the Abbott and Costello films) was Mel Brooks: Dracula: Dead and Loving It
3. The crazed, killer toon in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (who is the doctor in Back to The Future films) scared the living hell out of me at night, for I kept seeing his eyes every I looked when I tried to sleep.
4. When I was in the first through second grade, I was mortified over a weird monster my mind had created that I called "The Tacooni Monster"- ugh, this is embarrassing.. Any who, he had the head of taco... and when he killed you he would disintegrate your flesh in a dough-like substance that would have to be cut open with a knife. Apparently, it didn't stop there for my brain made up a theme song for it whenever it was on the run and ready to kill again.. >,.,< My only escape.. a hot air balloon
5. I'm self-taught in playing the piano (I've played by ear since I was able to touched those ivory white keys) had a bit of help reading notes in school in music appreciation, hmm, what else: anything in art/painting I taught myself and have fine-tuned it throughout the years, still improving- there's more, but I'll leave it at that.
6. Two years ago at a visit to the ophthalmologist, I learned that I am a bit near-sighted. So I now require glasses to drive to see from a distance, and pretty much any situation where I cannot see from far away.. I could have sworn I escaped it, but alas I did not have such luck.
7. I like to put a dash of cinnamon into my coffee. Gives it an extra lift and makes it special. ^,.,^
8. My first favorite band, out of the country, was and still is H.I.M.
9. When I was 4, I fell on a tiled floor at my aunts and I believe dislocated my
thumb, for when I got up I remember seeing it bent back- far too back for a thumb to stretch to tell the truth. I found it cool and kept freaking everyone out with it until the 5th grade when my thumb finally stopped allowing me to perform my awesome trick. T,.,T
10. In Feb.26, 2012 I was admitted into the hospital for Meningitis. I had been ill for a month before my body had finally gave in and was too weak to help itself. It was the worst experience in my life and I hope to NOT EVER encounter that again and I hope to remain as healthy as possible.