It's day 14 of NaBloPoMo, and I'm getting hit by the randomizer from all damn over the place, which is awesome. It's slacking off now, as we all get tired of this constant blogging and so, being 5 steps behind the average, as usual, I'm choosing now to do what everyone else did at the beginning:
An intro to me.
I'm going to try to make this interesting so as not to be boring to those of you who know me inside out and backward.
My name is Meg. Don't call me Meaghan. No, seriously. Don't.
I have an MFA in creative writing that has been so useful to me that I teach elementary school in a one room schoolhouse. Ok, it's two rooms, but still. My school is K-12, with elementary and middle school in one room and high school in another. This is not quite as Little House on the Prarie as it sounds. We're more like an alternative private school where kids are encouraged to learn at their own pace. It's the most frustrating and rewarding thing I've ever done. Though I've tried to leave it for more lucrative options (is that McDonald's returning my phone call?) I just can't.
I collect garden gnomes and fake mustaches.
If the house were burning down, in addition to my two dogs, I'd try to save my Steve Madden fuzzy leopard print slippers.
I have the cutest feet ever.
Secretly, I adore karaoke. Give me some beer and dare me NOT to sing Love Shack.
My husband owns a comic book store and yet, I've only read, like, 10 comics in my whole life. But Adrian Tomine rules.
I've lost a grand total of 35 lbs this year.
I have never had cable TV.
My laugh can be heard several states away. In fact, it's possible that my voice can be heard several states away. I once worked in a library and that was a bad, bad scene.
I totally un-ironically use the word "Whatev" in everyday life.
I am deathly afraid of worms.
I want "Graceland" and "Carolina in my Mind" played at my funeral.
This is my dad wearing a fake mustache (in addition to his real one) at my wedding.