Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Thirty Days: Day 22

what makes you different from everyone else?


More than once I have called myself an oxymoron, which I suppose is better than a regular moron. When I say this I mean that I have a tendency to like completely opposite things or do completely opposite things. Here are some examples:

The photos above: my two favorite sounds are pointe shoes on a hardwood stage and a strike in a catcher's mitt.

I am an Information Technology Specialist (technical title is Information Systems Services Coordinator) and working on a Masters in Human Relations, wanting to start a non profit that helps people, not machines.

I work in IT and HATE new technology (believe me it took forever before I bought a DVD player).

I am as equally likely to be in church Sunday morning as I am to be out at a club or bar the night before.

I like to be by myself, but have to have plans all the time.

I love having plans all the time, but like to have free time too.

I am addicted to my cell phone, but love when it dies and I am without contact.

I was in band, but can't play an instrument.

I was in show choir, but can't sing.

My preference for clothes is either pajamas or full on dresses with heels.

I equally love sports and the arts.

I can talk about sports with the guys and know exactly what I'm talking about, but can talk about all things girlie with the girls.

We won't go there on political views, but let's just say I am either so far left or so far right that if you averaged everything I would be dead center.

I am terribly organized, however my house, car and desk at work are generally disaster areas.

I have a pool and can't swim.

That's all I can think of off the top of my head, but I don't think of myself as being wishy-washy I think of myself as being very well rounded. I can make friends with anyone and carry on a conversation with anyone.

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