One of my favorite bloggers is Jenny from The Running Thriver. If you think I am a fitness enthusiast, you should read about some of the workouts she does. She is hard core! And not only that, but she is a genuine and compassionate person. Go check out her blog!
Recently she tagged me in her Kreativ Blogger Award post, which means I get to share another round of 7 random things about me! In keeping with the tradition of me not following the rules in regards to these types of posts, I asked people on Facebook and Twitter what they would like to know about me and I am going to answer those questions now!
1. Toilet paper . . . . . over the roller or under?
Over of course! Is there any other way??? If I visit your house and you have the toilet paper on wrong, I may even change it just to help you out!
2. Would you rather be one of the best athletes ever but always injured or an average athlete but always healthy?
I am going to go with an average athlete but always healthy. Being an injured athlete is never fun. Running and working out keeps me sane and when I am injured my time is spent longing to get back into the swing of things. I am okay with being an average athlete. Although, it would be fun to play the part of an elite athlete for a day or two.
3. What’s your height?
5 feet 1.5 inches. And yes the 1/2 inch matters. What I don’t have in height I make up for with fiesty-ness and high heels. 😉
4. Red, sangria or white?
I like all three but I prefer a frozen beverage with a little umbrella in it! And it wouldn’t hurt if I was drinking that beverage while lounging on a sandy beach!
5. Most embarrassing non-race moment?
This one is hard. For some reason, nothing quickly comes to mind. Although I can assure you I have many. The only recent ones that come to mind pertain to things that my son does that embarrasses me. Throwing temper tantrums in public so everyone stares at us or when he gets mad at people in the grocery store that don’t respond when he says hello. I am also guilty of embarrassing other people as my mouth can sometimes get me into trouble. I have no problem saying something to a complete stranger if I feel that person needs to be knocked down a peg or two.
6. When you were younger what did you want to be when you grew up and why?
When I was in High School I really wanted to be a lawyer. I am a very thorough and analytical person. I also enjoy a friendly debate.
7. This question is for you to fill in! What do you want to know about me? Leave a comment below and I will answer your burning question! 😉