I meant to post this on Monday morning, because I firmly believe that nothing too strenuous should happen on a Monday.
Unfortunately, my Monday consisted of staying awake for 36 hours (okay, Poor Kyle stayed awake; I totally snoozed, but it was not restful in the least) in the Ford FWhatever50 as we drove from cold to slightly less cold to HALLELUJAH THIS PLACE IS A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE. As a result of our voyage through the perilous snow and ice from Canada to Arizona, and also as a result of never purchasing myself an iPhone, I had no internet access and consequently no way to post yesterday.
But here’s an idea: Let’s still do nothing difficult today! Even though Monday is a thing of the past, I feel like we should carry on and play my game anyway. It’s called “Two Lies and a Truth,” and for a girl like me who enjoys a good exaggeration every now and then always, it was surprisingly difficult to formulate. It goes like this: Pick the thing you think is true. Leave a comment and let me know! If it’s blatantly obvious, make up your own lies for me. Or join in the fun and think of your own lies/truths about yourself, and I’ll play along.
So with no further ado…
Two Lies and a Truth: a game
1) I have a very real fear of being stabbed, particularly by a switchblade.
2) When I lived in Belgium a few years ago, I was treated to a fancy dinner and was requested to eat caviar…of snail. The entire meal cost my employer nearly 100 Euros.
3) At the age of eight, my best friend was a rock I named Leopold IV. He understood me.
Best of luck, and swing by tomorrow for a weekend update.