And I don't drink vodka - or not to my knowledge anyway... there was that one time many years ago involving a New Year Eve's party, a few cocktails too many and a lasting impression on OH's younger brothers... but I digress
And why is that cow about to headbutt the bottle? Is she confused and thinks it is an upside-down milking machine on strike? With red nipples?
I think that is more than just three questions. Don't ask me complicated questions on a Sunday.
First things first: thank you (manners are very important in the LCM household, and remember to put the loo seat down please).
Second: I seem to gather from the blurb accompanying the award that I am supposed to now divulge ten things about me that might just titillate your senses.
Hah! As if. Never divulge inner secrets. They just return under a different guise to bite you on the bum.
So here are my ten alternative not-so-secret secrets that will cause no harm whatsoever if they come up in any future job interview. I hope.
I have cold hands. And feet. They turn blue. It's called Raynaud (the syndrome, not my feet) and OH makes me wear socks in bed in winter. Very sexy, I promise.
I have a full motorcycle license and have been riding bikes since I was about 14. And yes, I have sufficient additional helmets to carry passengers. Safely.
Continuing from point 2 above. Best passenger: BB (my training partner). Worst passenger: OH. Don't ask. Let's just say that if being in the same rowing boat was bad enough to be denounced by others in the crew at the time, this topped it. I would have left him behind but it was 2am and in the middle of nowhere convenient. And he was all decked out in leather. I am a *nice* person after all.
My maternal great-grandparents came from Lithuania, Latvia, Scotland and New Zealand. And no I do not speak Russian. But I can do Kiwi at a push.
I have three piercings in my left ear. Since I am a serious businesswoman, I only use one of them. Sometimes the wrong one so it looks like I have a lop-sided head. Oh. I do? Right, as you were then.