A long, long time ago, I saw this neat meme on the fabulous Jenn of Stiletto Heights' blog and hers was so funny and charming, I've been wanting to do it myself since. I don't know if the original meme included commentary or not, but that's the way she did it (and what made it interesting), so that's the way I did it, as well. (Hope you don't mind my copycat-ness in this instance, Jenn!)
1: Type in “[your name] needs” in the Google search:
KJ needs some lovin'.
(Tall, dark, handsome and single men from the 30 - 40 age bracket may apply by sending an e-mail with pictures and resume attached to email@example.com.)
(Just kidding. No e-mails, please.)
2: Type in “[your name] looks like” in Google search:
KJ looks like a KJ.
(But what does a KJ look like?! I also got "KJ looks like a tramp" as a result, but that's just a dirty rotten lie, as it is virtually impossible to look trampish whilst strutting around in paint splattered workout pants.)
3: Type in “[your name] does” in Google search:
KJ does not have any contacts at this time.
(Once again, a dirty rotten lie! I do have them! I just am CHOOSING to wear my glasses at this particular moment in time. And, sheesh, stop spying on me already!)
4: Type in “[your name] hates” in Google search:
KJ hates the Roomba.
(Dear Roomba, it's not you, it's me.)
5: Type in “[your name] goes to” in Google search:
KJ goes to Disneyland.
(Yippeee! Now where are my mouse ears? And whose payin'?)
6: Type in “[your name] loves” in Google search:
KJ loves dogs.
(The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.)
7. Type in “[your name] eats” in Google search:
KJ eats, drinks, and sleeps basketball.
(Wait...I wonder how many Weight Watchers points are in a basketball?)
8: Type in “[your name] will” in Google search:
KJ will overcome, overpower & overthrow logic.
(I try my best.)
9: Type in “[your name] died” in Google Search:
We don't care if you sneezed and KJ died.
(Well, that's mean. And gesundheit to you, too!)
10: Type in “[your name] has” in Google search:
KJ has left the building...
(Yup. Me & Elvis.)
What this exercise taught me, is that a surprising majority of KJs written about on the internet are male. Huh.
Ooh, let's file this under Very Good News: We had a follow-up appointment with my dad's surgeon yesterday and he was "excited" about the progress. It looks to be healing nicely. So...thank you all once again for your prayers, good thoughts, and kind words.
Talk to you soon,
P.S. The buy one get one free print sale is still on, through Saturday!