I have been so scatterbrained lately, y’all. Please forgive me. On my last post, I spent a whole blog writing about how I was going to Little Rock, Arkansas. Which I am. I ended this same previous post by saying something about my trip to Arizona. They are both A-states, in my defense. Right?! Luckily, my bestest friend read my blog and quickly informed me of my error. Today I took an online test from my computer, using my web-cam so those grading could later monitor my work. I couldn’t figure out how to record for the specific website I was using, and thus I began screaming obscenities violently at my computer. Turns out, it was recording the whole time! Did I mention this is for my required religious class? And that my professor is a pastor?! Gah. Me making Take Ten Tuesday on Wednesday (for the second time) is just another example of my currently malfunctioning brain. Well then. Better late than never. Yes? Yes.
Take Ten Tuesday: My friend Jenny (who I met through blogging) and I decided to start a fun little blogging project together. Here’s what we came up with–We find someone each Tuesday to write us out a list of ten questions. We answer nine of the questions and with the one remaining find someone else to ask and video blog. This adds a little variety and gives us a good excuse to video friends/ family/ fellow bloggers/ random strangers once every week.
This week I thought it’d be cool to get my two best girly friends to take part in Take Ten Tuesday. Tessa wrote the questions and Meg answered one, via telephone. She was going to email me a video, but by the time she finally she figured out how to do so, she looked ready to murder somebody. So I stuck with the phone thing. It was way cuter that way anyway. Ps: As Tessa always seems to have a way of getting me to open up, I’m pretty candid in this video. A bit embarrassingly so once or twice.
(Ps: When I say I’m a ‘private person’ I mean that I keep certain vulnerable emotions to myself a lot of the time. I think other than that, most of you know I’m pretty much an open book. Sometimes too much of an open book. If you don’t know this now, you will by the end of the video. Ha.)