It’s hard being me...*giggles*
I think very few people can tackle the Jordynish qualities that I exhibit. I have met a couple of people that come close.
It takes hard work, talent, and being an expert at procrastination..along with a dose of goofiness.
Requirements for being "me":
Having patience while reading books out loud.
Changing your voice or rather, "acting" when reading books out loud.
Being an expert at sending letters and care packages.
Loving to bake--but never eating what you bake, because they are never for you.
Enjoying making things--doll sized socks, toothbrush bracelets and Halloween costumes, just to name a few.
Dressing 30 dolls for various events/holidays and setting up scenes with them. Then photographing them to show off your hard work.
If you start a book, you can't fall asleep until you finish it.
Memorizing the movies "Ten Things I Hate About You," "Beauty and the Beast," and "When Harry Met Sally."
Being able to dissect and analyze Jim and Pam's relationship on The Office.
Having an odd affinity for numbers--especially birthdays, phone numbers, and addresses
Counting walking coffee cups with brown feet to fall asleep.
Getting excited over the little things in life.
Having an exorbitant amount of bounciness.
Eating spaghetti with ketchup and butter.
Writing and receiving e-mails.
Having a love of thingamajigs, Care Bears, and Gummy Bears.
Being the world's best procrastinator.
Also, if you decide you want to chance being me, you will have to set your eating habits by medicine. Seriously. Not joking. If I take my medicine at breakfast--without waiting 40-60 minutes until AFTER I am done eating, I get so shaky, I can't even hold a fork.
Hmmmm...what else...you would also have to love cats, zoos, aquariums, comfy cozy clothes, oddly patterned socks, grilled cheese sandwiches, Barnes and Nobles, coffee, the American Girl Store, the beach, stargazing, cuddling, diet cherry vanilla dr. pepper, ice-skating, Full House, Family Ties, The Cosby Show, movie theater popcorn with M&M's, The Muppets, Fraggle Rock, Children's books, Disney World, snowflakes, frogs, warm bubble baths, sappy movies (especially Holiday movies) and hot chocolate.
However, if you decide that you will be able to handle all that, you would then have to have a fear of (or a loathing dislike of): fire, roller-coasters, scary movies, and being robbed
You would need to have a semi-dislike of: chicken (except chicken nuggets, and fried chicken), steak, exercise ('cept ice-skating and swimming), mean people, selfish people, being criticized, laundry, cleaning the litter box, writing lesson plans, knowing when something is wrong and people won't tell you, and waking up in the morning before you are ready to get up.
So...you think that you may be able to pull me off???
Maybe. Maybe not.