1. My 2nd grade teacher, Ms. Grayson, told our class the 'truth' about Santa. I came home immediately after school and told my parents what I had heard that day at school. LIE - Dione was the culprit of the mystery of Christmas. Big mouthed older girl that she was, who could never keep her mouth shut about ANYTHING from what I can remember. I never, EVER told my parents that I knew anything....you gotta believe to receive. But what I hate about this is that I always felt like I'd been robbed of the excitement of Christmas. It changed after that. Know what I mean???
2. I once super-glued my chemistry teacher's pen to his desk on April Fool's Day. TRUTH. Yes, I did this. And let me start out by saying I was not a trouble maker in school. And I'm not proud of this prank. You certainly would not have suspected me to do anything like this. And he was M A D. And never found out who did it. I heard that he had passed away a few years ago (he was relatively young when he taught our class)...I kept thinking "Now he knows..." I blame this stunt on a guy named Geoff...why I listened to him that day, I'll never understand.
3. I am 10 years younger than my sister, 20 years younger than my youngest aunt, and 30 years younger than my oldest aunt. I am also 10 years older than my Dad's first great-niece. TRUTH. Math word problems drive people crazy don't they? But it's true. Shirley is in her 60s. Allene is in her 50s. Judi is in her 40s. I am in my 30s. Stephanie is in her 20s. We're all about to move up in a couple of years... I always thought this was really cool growing up. It has also made it really easy to keep up with everyone's age :).
4. I can touch my tongue to my nose. TRUTH. I couldn't remember if I had shared this in my 100 things about me post, but it's a fact. Again, not something that I'm proud of...but true.
So thanks for guessing along and a big shout out to The Source for playing her own version on her blog - which by the way, I got wrong over there, too!