To jazz things up a bit (because we’re so cool around here that we say things like ‘jazz up’), I’ve decided that at least when we remember, we’re going to do 5 Fact Fridays during the summer. This means we’ll list five facts about ourselves, our week, our childhood…whatever we feel like, really. Some of them we may have already shared elsewhere on our blog, some are new.
We’re going to try really hard to come up with cool 5 pictures too, although I didn’t get one this week.
Anyway, here are five facts about each of us:
Michael’s Five Facts:
1. Michael had braces for five years. He got them off weeks before I moved into his ward at age 13, so all I ever knew was that he had GREAT teeth. Now I know why.
2. He prefers the edge pieces of the brownies best.
3. His favorite movie of all time is Mission Impossible (the first one).
4. Michael had surgery at 9 months old and has a four inch tall, one-and-a-half inch wide scar to prove it. Talk about battle wound!
5. He LOVES to make up games wherever we are and no matter what we’re doing. Last week, for instance, we played the “which supercompany makes this product?” We learned that Frito-Lay is going to take over the world. And also that Hunts makes Snack Packs.
Emily’s Five Facts:
1. I have read the Harry Potter series start-to-finish four times and have read several of the books more than four times. I’m not ashamed to LOVE the best series ever of all time period. Because I do. Love it. If you haven’t read it, start.
2. I like going to bed and waking up early. When I was little, I would ask my parents if I could go to bed at night. They’d probably not like to talk about my getting up early habits. Let’s just say right NOW, sleeping in usually means I wake up naturally at 6:45. You do the math.
3. My favorite part of lasagna is the burned/browned parts. Don’t ask why, I don’t really know.
4. I could live a VERY happy existence without ever eating beef again. I don’t like meat to TASTE like meat.
5. I have never had a cavity, but I have had a root canal. When I had braces, they caused trauma to a nerve in my tooth. Root canals themselves are no big deal. It’s the before and after that are tricky.
Thanks for tuning in!