I've been compiling random tidbits about myself over the past few days. I'm sure there will be more to come.
I really love orange juice. Like REALLY. But it can't be from concentrate (because I'm apparently a citrus snob). It has to be "Simply Orange" orange juice with no pulp.
If a book is REALLY good, I'll re-read it over and over. (I've read the last Harry Potter book at least 6 times--no joke).
When I was little, my brother and I would only drink the "Citrus Cooler" flavor of Gatorade because it was Michael Jordan's favorite.
I think that certain friends fulfill specific needs in different parts of your life. And some friends last forever.
I loved to play library when I was little. I would take all of my books and stamp them with a "Ryan" stamp to check them in and out.
I'm not as oblivious as I seem. Sometimes it's easier to pretend not to understand than to face an awkward or difficult situation.
Even though I "waited" for marriage, I don't know that I could recommend it to another couple who planned on dating for several years before getting married.
I ardently wish my eyes were green.
I touch my hair a lot. I also just typed out the word "alot," even though I know that's not an actual word.
I think I'll never feel like a grown up.
I sat through four years of biology classes, and you'll still never be able to convince me that we evolved from a primordial soup. Miller's experiment was critically flawed.
Sometimes, when my puppy looks at me, I believe she understands what I'm saying to her.
I STILL glance down at my wedding and engagement rings in surprise sometimes. I can't believe I got to marry the love of my life.
I'm not a detail-oriented person. At all.
I don't really understand the purpose of paperweights in most office buildings. Unless the window is open, or the air-conditioner is on steroids, they're a serious waste of space.
There aren't a lot of desserts I'd say no to.
I believe that the best way to approach life is to live in each moment, here and now. You miss the good stuff when you're focusing on the future... or the past.