Sips of Jen and Tonic posted a little blog game back in November where she shared six things about herself, only for one thing to be completely made up. It became crazy popular on the blogasphere– bloggers, including my mother, were posting these things for their readers to try to pick out the lie. I wanted to be among those bloggers, but A) I had a pretty obsessive schedule for my blog posts (and Miscellaneous Mondays weren’t around yet), and B) Even if I would have jumped on the bandwagon a few months back, people may not have noticed considering just how many people were participating. I mean, look at this plethora of links I found:
- 5 Truths and a Lie– Sips of Jen and Tonic
- One of These Things Will Not Set You Free– HACKER.NINJA.HOOKER.SPY.
- Can You Pick Out My Lie?– Container Chronicles
- 5 Truths and a Lie– saradraws
- 5 Truths and a Lie… you be the judge.– A Heart on the Matter
- 1 Interview, 5 Truths, 1 Lie– Rarasaur
- 5 Truths & a Lie– THE SPECTACLED BEAN
There’s more, but I’m getting tired of posting the links and it’s not like you don’t get the point.
So without further ado, I am going to use this Miscellaneous Monday to finally join the others who participated in this game several months back. I’ll share six things about myself only for one of them to not have actually happened. When you think you know which one is my lie, leave your guess in the comments below.
1. I once went on a roadtrip to Wichita because a friend I had needed to pick up her belongings, but I just wanted to pick up some burritos and Freezonis.
2. When I was a junior in high school I was given a makeover by a couple cosmetology students. The girls waxed my eyebrows for the first time ever.
3. I was in my community college’s Honors Program since I did so well on the writing and reading portions on the entrance exam. My math scores, on the other hand, put me into an especially basic math class.
4. I’ve been in three weddings, though I could have been in five had the other two couples’ plans not have been changed.
5. The first international pen pal I acquired was from England, but since writing her I have also started writing women from Taiwan, Ireland, Finland, and Germany.
6. I have had four broken bones. I broke my left arm twice, my right arm once, and I broke a bone in my right foot, too, thanks to a pesky laptop cord.
Think you know which statement is my lie? Leave your guess in the comments below! I’ll let you know in a couple weeks which one it is, and acknowledge those who were right… If anyone was 😉
Sincerely, Kate ~!~