10 Things You Didn't Know About Me

Monday, October 17, 2016

I've been blogging in this space for over 2 years (this blog turns 3 in January next year!), and it's hard to think of what I haven't told you guys about. It's my goal to be open about my faith and what I believe in, as well as my passions, when I blog.

But I also want you to get to know me, the blogger, so I've used all kinds of tag posts to let you do just that. This isn't exactly a tag post, but I thought it'd be fun to share some super-random things that you may not have known about me. :)

1. I spent one year as a Studio Art major in college. Art school was an interesting as well as fun experience, and my favorite class I took as an art major was Color Theory.

2. I've only lived in one state, but a few cities. I've lived in Franklin, Nashville, and Henderson, Tennessee.

3. Harry Potter has and always will be one of my favorite series. Confession time: I haven't read all of the books, but I've seen all of the movies. Plus, a related fun fact: I saw the Daniel Radcliffe run of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" on broadway in New York City. That was a crazy fun experience, I tell you what.

4. I actually didn't seriously start drinking coffee until late in high school. As much as I love coffee now, this may come as a shock. ;)

5. On another food-related note, I didn't eat my first Twinkie until freshman year of high school. Needless to say, I prefer coffee.

6. I'm kind of a photography nerd. I took a photography seminar class in college, and I actually maintained a photography blog as part of that class. While I prefer to use my cell phone these days, I did learn a lot about taking photos, and I still use some of what I've learned today.

7. I'm also a big fan of superheroes. My favorite DC superhero is Superman, and my favorite Marvel superhero has to be Hawkeye.

8. Back when I was a kid, I was into both Barbies and Legos. I also wanted to be an architect as a child, too. (Does world-building in writing count as being an architect? Ha!)

9. Back when I learned to drive, one of the first places my parents taught me to drive to well (besides church) was our local taco shop.

10. Finally, I have been a born-again Christian for ten years as of last January 12th. I am so thankful for the decade I've had to grow in Christ, and am excited for the next ten years and beyond!

I hope you liked this quick little post! Thanks for reading. :)

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