Joanne thinks she is so sneaky by tagging me with the 7 P’s Meme. Well, the joke is on her! It was rather fortunate, because I was out of ideas (still suffering virtual jet lag, I suppose) for what to post. So, now I have something!
Also fortunate is that there doesn’t seem to be any rules. So, while many people post introspective insights or revealing tidbits about themselves, I don’t see that as a rule anywhere, which leaves me free to “off-road.” And, even if there were rules, well, they’re meant to be broken, no?
At any rate, and without further ado, here are my seven P’s:
‘Nuff said. (Yes, I know it’s a bad photo, but I hurried it along and was running out of memory on the camera.)
This will probably freak Joanne out…
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a palaeontologist when I grew up, specifically studying dinosaurs. I had (and still have) lots of dinosaur books and dinosaurs and probably knew more about dinosaurs than that so-called kid “dinosaur expert” that was on Johnny Carson one time.
On an online job aptitude test I took once, it said I should be a writer or in hotel management. Uh, okay.
I am fair-skinned and when I was in grade school, a teacher (not mine) actually walked up to me and felt my head to see if I was sick.
These days, my parents would probably be able to sue for something like that, and we’d be rich now.
I don’t do it much in real life, but my virtual self seems to do it a lot, as Joanne was first to notice.
Ever since high school, my signature has had a paraph. I was interested in history for a long time and in high school, I took particular notice that many of the Founding Fathers had paraphs in their signatures. It seems to be something that was more common in days past than in modern times. But, I liked the “old school” handwriting, and created my own paraph. It was more deliberate and clearly defined at first, but now it is second nature and, well, not so clear anymore!
I have been occasionally accused of parciloquy.
I have been guilty of philotherianism ever since I was a kid. I have had a virtual zoo of animals so far in my lifetime.
Now, as is the custom and perhaps the only rule for this meme I know to follow, I will tag 5 bloggers with the same meme:
Lewis (Sure, I just tagged him with the Viral Story Tag, but he has an empire for goodness’ sake! He can surely manage one more tag.)