I really wasn’t aware of this going on until Andy Carvin tagged me last night at 6:27. It seems that folks are blogging five things that their readers don’t know about them, and then tagging other people to fess up. How can I top getting shot at by Turkish military police, or knowing Taekwondo, or being a concertmaster in an all-state high school orchestra?
Well here goes, and this is probably going to be corny! OK, I changed a couple of them, feeling that I got a bit to personal. So one and 3 are different!
- On of my ancestors, on my mother’s side was a lady in waiting for Queen Elizabeth I. She is buried in Westminster Abby. My Aunt Janet has seen her tomb.
The Guy with the Test Tube
- The first professional development that I ever performed was a lesson on how to roll up an extension cord for a 16 mm projector.
- I was once in a community play. I played the ghost of Jacob Marley in Scrooge. It was great fun. I also ran the lights in Godspell.
- When I was in high school, I made date money playing in various rock and beach music bands. I also played guitar in coffee houses when I was in college, but I didn’t make much money. I don’t sing very well. That’s true!