Monday, January 30, 2012

More than you ever wanted to know...about me!

I was recently asked to tell more about myself.  I considered not writing this post because I very much dislike writing about myself.  Oh, who am I kidding?  This entire blog is about me!  So, since I've gained several new followers over the last few weeks, here you go.  Here's all of those things about me that you easily could have gone throughout the rest of your life without knowing, but I am going to tell you them anyway.

  1. I'm somewhat of a hypochondriac. Not really medically speaking, but in every day life.  If a robbery takes place at a bank, gas station, or anywhere, I'm always paranoid that it's going to happen again when I'm in there, so I'll either avoid those places until I absolutely have to go in, or I'll send Luke in to get whatever I need.  This also applies to home invasions and car bombings.  I'm sure there is a word for what I have, but I'm typing this with a newborn in my arms and a toddler at my feet, and I just don't want to look it up.  Sorry, Google.
  2. Speaking of Google, did I tell you we're in a relationship?  Yes, it's true. I cannot tell a lie.  We have a very close relationship.  There's not a day that we don't see each other...with the exception of today.  I'm sure he misses me, too.  I mean, I come to him on a daily basis for answers to my life's questions.  I bet some other woman is contacting him while I'm away he's lost without me right now.
  3.  I wear mix-matched socks, and it doesn't bother me at all.  I once wore a pink and a blue sock with my scrubs to work simply because I couldn't find the matches, and I didn't have time to look.  The good thing is that I will never wear mix-matched socks with clothes that it doesn't match.  Odd?  Maybe.  But, it works.  Plus, no one really notices the color choice of my socks when I'm home all the time!
  4. I very much hate the sound of Styrofoam, cardboard, squeaky pencils, and chalk being used on a chalkboard.  I do, however, LOVE bubble wrap, dry erase boards, and pens.  
  5. My conversations with my husband go like this:
Alicia: "Whoa, that guy almost biked into of our car."
Luke: "Yeah, I almost killed him, and I don't want to go to jail for vehicular manslaughter."
Alicia: "He doesn't have good enough insurance to sue us."
Luke: "Do you not understand what I just said?  'I said Man-Slaught-er.'"
Alicia: "Yes, and do you not understand what I just said?  'Not-E-nuff-In-sure-ance!'"
Luke:  *shakes head*
Alicia: "What?  He doesn't!  Just look at him.  If he's dumb enough to bike into our car, he CAN'T have good insurance!  So, don't worry, he won't sue you and get you sent to jail."
Luke:  "Alicia--he can't sue me if he's DEAD! 

So, yeah.  That's me.  I know I talk a lot about infertility and how unfair it seems, but I truly am an interesting person.  I say some of the dumbest most intriguing things. I'll follow up this post with another 5 things about myself soon.  


**Also, I was told that the size of my font was too small for some to see, so I have increased the size for those that need it.**



  1. You and your hubbys banter is too cute!!!

    I am also a bit of a hypocondriac, as I'm sure you already know. lol As far as Google goes, I hope that you don't mind he's been messing around a little bit. I mean, we hooked up a few times ;) hahaha

  2. Did I say that about the font? I've been telling a lot of people the same thing lately. I can barely see my own comment. si3nc]-0w9rifjgnk\7n Now wasn't that a good story?
    I think the answer to #1 is paranoia. No point in fretting over Google. He never said he was into monogamy. I don't wear socks that don't match, but sometimes I wear earrings that don't exactly match but still look good together.A man visited me a while back. First man since my divorce. This is really shocking, I know, but I let him sleep in my bed. I slept in the guest room. Anyway, when he left I found his socks in the bed and they didn't match. I kept them. They are my trophies (so I lied about the different bedrooms thing).


    I can't proofread my comment cuz I can't see it. I'm old.

  3. Why have this scroll design all over the place when you could make your actual blog bigger? I come here for the blog -- not the scrolly stuff.

    Jane Doe

  4. Haha I loved these! Especially funny =) It's nice to be reminded that there is life outside of infertility/pregnancy/etc. Thanks for sharing!!

  5. LOL your conversation with your husband reminds me of many i've had with mine. yesterday, he must have shook him head at me at least 5 times.
    ahhh, google....him and i have a slightly crazy relationship too!
    this was a fun post...thank you for sharing!! <3
    have a wonderful day!

  6. Hey you! I'm sorry I can't read your blog. I can't even read what I'm typing. (hopefully i'm on the right keys. ( I'm alone today so no one to tell me yes or no. So frustrating.
    Anyway I just wanted to let you know I'm thinking of you. Big hugs sent your way.

  7. Oh my word. I'm a total hypochondriac, too! What is that... a rash? My stomach just made a weird sound... I think I have cancer.

  8. I worry about these types of things too. Lol. I guess it makes life interesting ;)


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