If I didn't bore you with the first 25, here are 25 more.
26. I got the Chicken Pox 2 days before my Junior year Homecoming Dance. (and I actually had a date!)
27. I never went to a prom.
28. I would love to sky dive, ride a hot air balloon, and hand glide. But I am afraid to Bungee Jump!
29. I had the privilege of eating dinner and drinking some English beer on one of Her Majesty's British Ships while I was in the Navy stationed at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.
30. I got to live on a nice tropical island for three years. (see #29)
31. One of the ugliest, yet more significant experiences I've had was at Roosevelt Roads, when the hospital I was stationed at received many of the critically wounded during Operation Urgent Fury. I was on a triage team.
32. My favorite color is green.
33. I love raw carrots, but I hate them cooked.
34. I love movies that scare the crap out of me. ("Stir of Echos" with Kevin Bacon was the last one that got me good!)
35. I have some background in theater... I had a musical part in the Play "Oliver" when I was in the 4th grade.
36. I'm a die hard Rock and Roller, but I LOVE Patsy Cline!
37. I think golf is the most boring thing in the world.
38. My favorite sport is football. (and Nascar!)
39. I'm fascinated with big cats! Lions, tigers and jaguars, oh my! (I wish I could have one)
40. I'm a defender of all things furry! (ie... kittens, puppies, ferrets, ect...)
41. I passed out when I gave blood. (duh!)
42. I think #41 is funny because, I used to work in Oral Surgery. Lots and lots of blood. Muwahahahaha!
43. I witnessed a shooting and the cops chasing the guy while walking to a movie in San Diego. Yikes!
44. I lived in New Orleans for 18 months. (All I did was party!)
45. My mouth works faster than my brain.
46. I will humbly accept when I am wrong, but if I'm right... there are no shovels big enough to dig me out of my stance.
47. I love the smell of honeysuckle.
48. I think vampire movies are stupid.
49. I believe in ghosts and places CAN be haunted!
50. I can laugh like Woody the Wood Pecker.