Hi friends! I wish we could all meet for coffee dates on the reg and get to know each other better. Since we can't, I thought I'd share a few more random tidbits about little old me. Facts that might come up at some point in conversation during the course of our friendship...
1 | I was on a mock trial team.
During my sophomore year of high school, I joined a mock trial team, and it was awesome. Our case was regarding a soccer game accident...broken jaw by deliberate elbow jab to the face. Dun dun dun! I played the part of the plaintiff's best friend and fellow soccer player. I think my name was Ray. Ha!
2 | I've always loved sports.
I played soccer for a couple of years when I was younger, but I was never super awesome at it. Then I played basketball for the YMCA in middle school...I was the only girl in my league. It was great. I started swimming competitively when I was seven and swam all the way through high school. In college, I switched over to ultimate frisbee, which I played a handful of times each week. I absolutely loved it, but broke a few bones over the course of my frisbee career. The sports years were eventful, for sure.
3 | I was home schooled.
People tend to find this fact way more interesting than I do. Haha. I went to public school for kindergarten and then was home schooled through the end of high school. My brother and I were super involved in co-ops and extracurricular programs and sports. We both dual-enrolled at our local community college during high school, which allowed us to gain high school and college credit at the same time! Score. Also, a perk of being home schooled: you get to go on vacation whenever the heck you want. Woohoo!
4 | I worked at Chick-Fil-A in high school.
Honestly, Chick-Fil-A is a great work environment for high school kids. I made great friends, learned a lot about customer service, and ate my weight x100 in waffle fries and polynesian sauce.
5 | I've had a few awkward dates.
This is one of my friends' favorite things about me...my awkward stories. Apparently my life should be a sitcom. So this one time, I went on a date where I apparently got lettuce stuck in my teeth. BUT the guy didn't tell me! Can you believe it? So there I am, for who knows how long, with like half a salad hanging out in my mouth. I didn't even know about it until I got back to my car and caught a glimpse in the mirror. How long has that been there?? #mortified JK. I laughed so hard about it. For reals, though. If someone has something stuck in their pearly whites, tell them immediately. ;)
WHAT'S ONE RANDOM FACT ABOUT YOU?