Three random things about me:
1) I am direction dyslexic. Meaning that I can’t tell left from right. You would think that I could remember that my right leg is amputated and that that would help me somewhat? Nope. My brain just doesn’t process the difference between the two directions. It makes driving challenging. Fortunately John and the kids have learned to find humor in it. (Note: I do tend to have a pretty good sense of direction, as in cardinal directions. I can also read equally well from either direction)
2) I don’t care much for ice cream (esp in milkshakes) or ham because of awful throw-up experiences with them. An awful vomit experience with pickles resulted in a fairly temporary aversion. [Note: during my chemo era (when I was throwing up dozens of times each day), I learned that OREO cookies taste just the same going down as coming back up. OREOs became my major food group for about a year.]
3) I like to write my ‘to do’ list on the side of my left hand, just below the base of my thumb. Right now there are faded words there from this morning reminding me that I needed to put a textbook on reserve in the library.