In what ways are you odd?
I’ll go first.
. . .
I like colorful, striped socks.
I particularly like wearing two colorful striped socks that don’t match each other.
I’m a highly sensitive person, and yet I’m currently taken with the television show Dexter. Which is about a serial killer.
I love to cook with fresh herbs, but I’m unable to keep a pot of herbs alive for longer than a week.
I don’t like the summer and love the winter.
It’s impossible for me to keep the same hair style for longer than six months.
I find baking to be meditative.
My current favorite celebrities are Tim Gunn and Dolly Parton, but if I could have a dinner party with anyone on Earth, I wouldn’t invite them. I’d invite the people I already know.
I’m a shy introvert, and yet I regularly meet people I’ve never met before for tea. I guess blogging will do that to a girl.
I used to want to be a singer, but I’m not even in a choir anymore. I should really do something about that.
In elementary school, I was freakishly good at spelling.
I’ve recently developed a fascination with garden gnomes.
I’m somewhat morally opposed to high heels.
I believe in the power of good vibes.
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What I’d like to present for your perusal is a theory I have: the things that you think make you weird are also the things that make you special. Your oddities are where your magic powers lie.
You find your essence when you dive into and explore those things that make you different. There, at the heart of your quirks, is you, distilled to your most pure and potent state.