The A B C’s of Me

*Copied from Dia Darling’s Allthethingsido Blog*

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  1. Age: 28
  2. Biggest Fear: Being forgotten
  3. Current Time: 7:57 am
  4. Drink You Last Had: Water
  5. Easiest Person to Talk To: Depends on the topic
  6. Favorite Song: Automatic by Miranda Lambert
  7. Grossest Memory: Watching puppies being born
  8. Hometown: Winter Haven
  9. In Love With: My Husband
  10. Jealous Of: Online workers who can work and make money from anywhere
  11. Kindest Person You Know: My mom
  12. Life Isn’t Complete without: Garlic bread
  13. Middle Name: Ann
  14. Number of Siblings: 1, brother
  15. One Wish: To publish a book
  16. Person You Spoke on the Phone with Last: Mom
  17. Question you’re Always Asked: Aren’t libraries going away? (I’m a librarian. Some ignorant people think libraries get no use. Please see our gate count stats.)
  18. Reason to Smile: PUPPIES!
  19. Song You Last Sang: Platinum by Miranda Lambert
  20. Time You Woke Up: 6:05 am
  21. Underwear Color: too personal
  22. Vacation Destination: Ohio
  23. Worst Habit: Picking my nails
  24. X-Rays You’ve Had: Face x-ray to check for a sinus infection
  25. Your Favorite Food: Anything with peanut butter and Nutella involved
  26. Zodiac Sign: Taurus

© Cori Large 6/7/2016

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8 Responses to The A B C’s of Me

  1. CE says:

    We should have an after work coffee 🍵

  2. GiGi Eats says:

    Actually, I am curious – how busy are libraries these days and are they filled with computers? I know, terrible that I haven’t been to one since like Junior Year of College… But yeah, with the Internet in my home, I don’t feel the need to! 😮

    • caendicott says:

      We have an average of 600 students a day in the library for various needs: research, homework, leisure reading materials, Facebook and YouTube, the writing tutor, research paper formatting.

  3. Celeste says:

    10 & 18… YESSSS. Nice blog!

  4. Confession: I work from home and it isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. I know that sounds ungrateful…there are some great perks: such as not having to commute, getting to make breakfast, lunch, and dinner at home to save money, cleaning house/doing laundry on a slow day. However, there is some very big issues of depression or weight gain for those that do.

    Just food for thought when you think about maybe finding a job where you can work remotely. Set up a routine and find ways to still regularly interact with people or you’d be surprised how quickly your social skills erode. That and make sure you don’t 100% rely on your significant other to fulfill your socialization or fun times…it can drain them to have the responsibility.

    PS: My worst habit is picking my nail polish when I’m anxious or upset. I’ll have this great manicure one night and then get stressed and suddenly crapola! lol.

    • caendicott says:

      Thanks for the insight. As much as I’d like to work from home full time, I know myself. I’d get bored in a heartbeat. Ideal situation would be that I could go back to working part time, but that may not be possible for a long time. Had to go do that grown up thing and buy a house. lol

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