Aaaaanyway... every Tuesday she does "Triple Tangent Tuesday" where she explains three little facts about herself on her blog so that her readers can get to know her. So, since I am still pretty new to the blog game and now am lucky enough to have some followers who don't know me personally (you better believe David was my first follower), I thought I should share some shtuff about myself! You know, since I haven't painted the nicest picture with my dirty hair and my addiction to cake. And since I blew off my run and have no exercise to blog about today, unless you count running up and down the stairs of my house because I kept forgetting stuff I needed...
So here we go, my very first Triple Tangent Tuesday!
1. I love ducks. A whole lot. When I was working full time in Disney World, there were ducks everywhere... there was even a boy and girl duck couple that would walk through one of the break areas. Of course I called them Donald and Daisy because I am super original and not lame at all. Ducks are one of the things I miss most about Florida.
Just try and tell me that you don't want to snuggle the heck out of those fuzzy ducklings. I know you're lying if you say you don't.
2. Speaking of Florida (I don't stop talking about Disney World once I get started)... before I worked as a Skipper on the Jungle Cruise, I worked at the bakery and ice cream shop on Main Street U.S.A. Despite getting ice cream in my hair a lot and looking like a goof in the costume, it was a fantastic job. I was around baked goods constantly, which, though not conducive to a healthy lifestyle, was amazing. And though I still don't understand it, guys hit on me a lot in that costume. And by guys I mean middle aged men.
So insanely attractive.
3. I was on the drumline for my school's marching band in college. I played the bass drum, and was with them for two years before I had other things to focus on. I'm not sure how gorgeous I looked in the band uniform, but there was nothing like being one of the few girls on a predominantly male drumline to make me feel badass. I thought I was super hardcore. I still have my jacket that says my name on the front and "CU Drumline" on the back.
In this picture, I'm the second smallest bass drum - second from the right.
Plus, the band partied all the time and had pretty spectacular party traditions. So not only did I feel like a hardcore BAMF, but I got to do stuff like this...
That's me wrestling in Jello, kids. I am a class act and always have been.