31 Day Blogging Challenge Day 2: 20 Facts About Me

  1. I am a proud father
  2. I love to travel
  3. I want to live in California
  4. I have been to three continents (North America, Europe, Africa)
  5. I have been to seven countries (US, Canada, England, Kenya, Tanzania, Italy, and Ireland)
  6. I’m a pretty good Water skier.
  7. I love to cook.
  8. My favorite food is my families homemade ravioli recipe.
  9. My favorite drink is Mountain Dew Voltage, but I don’t let myself have it because I know it’s not good for me.
  10. I have bi-polar disorder.
  11. At 16 I worked as a groundskeeper at a cemetery and had to bury someone.
  12. I used to go door to door selling framed Ansel Adams photos.
  13. My favorite movie is Man On The Moon.
  14. I have moved more than 30 times.
  15. The only sport that I lasted a whole season through as a kid was track my senior year of high school.
  16. I have gone parasailing twice and loved it.
  17. I have on tattoo. (Comedy and Tragedy masks on my left shoulder)
  18. I have never seen all of Top Gun.
  19. I have seen all but seven Best Picture Oscar winners.
  20. I have driven enough miles on road trips to circle the Earth.

6 thoughts on “31 Day Blogging Challenge Day 2: 20 Facts About Me

      1. I’m in the North – sandwiched between Sacramento and San Francisco. We’re hella cool up here (hella is a NorCal word-btw). Being a native NYer…N. CA is preferred. S. CA is too laid back in my opinion and their traffic is wretched! Not that you were soliciting opinions…but you know..the NYer in me gives them freely. 🙂

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      2. I’ve visited Southern California several times and I absolutely love it. I’ve only been to San Francisco once but it was amazing too. It feels like it would be less of a culture shock, but I’m ok with a culture shock too. I was amazed at how laid back they are in the southern part, my wife would wait twenty seconds at green lights (due to distraction) and no one ever honked at us.

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      3. There’s still quite a culture shock in the North. Took me about a year to get acclimated. We still have the ocean, amazing restaurants but it moves at a pace a former NYer (Upstate, mind you) would need. Although, I no longer offend people on a daily basis. They aren’t very used to outspoken, upfront speaking out here. lol

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