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Here are 3 RANDOM things about me . . .
#1 – My first paying job, other than babysitting, was dipping ice cream at a local campground. The ice cream “shop” was located in a little shed. It was a weekend job and there were only 2 other people who did it, besides me. Once, the owner came into the shed and reprimanded me for making my scoops too big. Apparently all the campers were waiting to buy their ice cream during MY shift. I blew up a milkshake or two that summer – those milkshake machines are dangerous! I also learned that certain flavors of icecream freeze better than others. For example, Raspberry icecream was always pretty soft and not really conducive to a cone. Tin Roof Sundae, on the other hand, was so hard that I got calluses from dipping it!
#2 – I have thick, coarse hair that gives me headaches when I try to wear it longer. So, if you’ve ever wondered why “Heidi’s Head” is covered in short hair, that is why. There have been times, in my adult life, when I’ve allowed it to grow a bit longer; but it weighs my head down and I get sick of it after awhile and get it cut off. Short hair is easier and much less painful! I was amazed when I met my best friend Sue years ago – her hair was even thicker than mine! And, after worrying about my Ashley when she was little, and wondering if her hair would ever thicken up, she too has passed me by in thickness! Needless to say, she often keeps her hair pretty short as well!
#3 – I have always wanted to visit England. When I was growing up, our church had an evangelist from England who would come and do revival services each year. I loved that man! I loved his voice! I wished that I could go to visit him. That never happened and he has since passed away. But, I still have a very strong desire to someday visit England. Currently, my niece and her husband are living over there. I’d love to be able to afford airfare for the girls and I to go and visit while they are still there. Gracie would love to see all the “haunts” of Lewis and Tolkien. Maybe someday . . .