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Dec 16

Peel an onion

Wicked cool questionaire I found on-line…

LAYER 1: (I’m going to be very vague about these, for privacy reasons):Tell us your…*

Name: Melissa

Birthday (month, day): January 25

Birthplace: Concord, Massachusetts

Current location: Worcester, MA

Eye color: brown

Hair color: brown

Height: 5’7

Righty or lefty: Righty

Zodiac sign: Aquarius (with Gemini rising, if you’re interested)

LAYER 2:What’s…*

Your heritage: English/Irish/Scottish

The shoes you wore today: pink and blue slipper socks until I showered, now I’m barefoot

Your weakness: cookie dough and a good book

Your fears: getting really, really sick, dying, someone I love getting really, really sick or dying

Your perfect pizza: mushrooms, hamburger, and onions, deep dish

Goals you’d like to achieve: to raise happy, healthy children who love each other and care about the world around them – to have a marriage that’s as vital and loving fifty years from now as it is today

Your first waking thoughts: Where’s my coffee?

Your best physical feature: I think my eyes or my legs

Your most missed memory: I don’t really miss anything – I pretty much just like where I am 🙂

LAYER 3:Do you…*

Smoke: Nope, never

Cuss: All the time

Sing: loudly and often, frequently to the tune of You are My Sunshine

Do you think you’ve been in love: Yes, definitely. I’m in love with my husband right now. *

Did you go to college: Yes. Although I dropped out after a year

Liked high school: I really did

Want to get/stay married: I did, although never really thought about marriage until I met my husband. I’m staying married forever 🙂

Believe in yourself: depends on the situation

Think you’re attractive: depends on the day

Think you’re a health freak: not even a little bit

Get along with your parent(s): I love and adore my mother. I haven’t seen my father in fifteen years, I’m okay with it.

Like thunderstorms: adore them

Play an instrument: I can play Doe A Deer on a piano, that’s about it

LAYER 4:In the past month have you…*

Drank alcohol: No – I think the last time I drank was at my cousin’s wedding in September

Smoked: No*

Done a drug: Well, if Tylenol counts as a drug, then yes.*

Made out: Yes*

Gone on a date: No*

Gone to the mall: Yes

Eaten an entire box of Oreos: Sadly, no – I love Oreos, just haven’t run into any

Eaten sushi: No.*

Been on stage: No.*

Been dumped: No.*

Gone skating: No.*

Gone skinny dipping: No*

Stolen anything: No

LAYER 5:Have you ever…*

Played a game that required removal of clothing: No*

Been trashed or extremely intoxicated: Yes, but not in years

Been caught “doing something”: yes – the perils of an unlocked door and small cherubs

Been called a tease: No*

Gotten beaten up: No*

Shoplifted: no

LAYER 6:* Age you did
get/hope to be married: 28 – I always planned on 28. Jess was born two weeks after I turned 29. We didn’t get married until I was almost 30 – but in all reality, Marc and I were functionally married when we met 😉

Numbers and names of children (either you have or want): Jessica Mary and Samuel Earl. We’re hoping for #3 next summer – I’m thinking Benjamin or Julianna or Megan

Describe your dream mate: My husband is everything I ever wanted in a man. He is brilliant, loving, sensitive, funny, a phenominal parent, responsible, can rewire a dryer and install a light fixture, and a good provider. He cleans the bathroom and does the trash all the time. He’s also tall, dark, and very handsome ;)*

How do you want to die: I really don’t want to. Ever.

What did you want to be when you grow up: A mom, and also a writer.

What country would you most like to visit: Scotland, Ireland, Australia, Russia… there’s really nowhere I don’t want to go.

LAYER 7: Now tell…*

Name a person you could trust with your life: My husband*

Name a favorite CD that you own: probably the Eagles or Bonnie Raitt

Number of piercings: I actually have three, two in one ear, one in the other. I don’t wear earrings though, I always get infections and they bug me.

Number of tattoos: none

Number of times my name has appeared in the newspaper: I have no idea. *

Name a past experience that you regret: Going to college – in retrospect, it didn’t really change my life course at all, and I really couldn’t afford it. So I ended up dropping out and now am saddled with student loans.

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