so what's yours?

let's talk fun what's your secret talent? stupid party trick? weird quirk? (moles or body stuff can be kept to yourselves people...;)

my crazy weird quirk is i have a pretty damn accurate 'internal' clock.

i rarely, if ever, set an alarm to wake up. i just wake up when i know i need to.

work at 8am? body wakes up at 6:30.

run at 7am? eyes flutter open at 5:45.

wake up in the middle of the night cuz i can't sleep? odds are it's between 3 & 3:30. maybe 4.

don't need to be up for anything? up by 8am anyway, but we have 2 dogs who have to be fed so *their* internal clocks wake them up.

a month ago when friend Lisa and I were up north, randomly throughout the day we were curious about 'what time is it?'. It became a game by the end of the trip for Lisa to 'quiz' me and within 5 min or so every time i was on. "can you tell time by the sun???" she asked. well i guess so. I just have a 'time' thing.

care to share yours?

ps for dad & other country friends....the new boots don't match the new hat. need to shop more i guess :) i never thought i'd buy brown boots..but i'm pretty attached...


Library Guy said...
September 18, 2008 at 11:15 AM

I have not used an alarm clock since I was in High school. Sweet boots! Yeeeeeeeehaw!

David said...
September 18, 2008 at 3:34 PM

Okay, I get a sinus headache whenever it's going to rain. Something to do with the change in pressure I guess, but it's uncanny. People at work ask me if I have a headache so they know if it will rain for sure, and my sinuses are sometimes more reliable than the weather forecasts. Maybe not terribly interesting, but it's all I got...

LibraryLady said...
September 18, 2008 at 10:54 PM

I can hang spoons on my nose. The first time we saw this, we were at a friend's house for dinner and their kids hung spoons on their noses, chins, and cheeks. We laughed so hard that (well, we won't go into how hard we laughed). Suffice it to say, it was a LOT. Probably the first rofl ever.

Carolnb said...
September 19, 2008 at 3:51 PM

I can bend my thumbs pretty far back... which according to my palm reading aunt meant that I was stubborn....

Carly said...
September 21, 2008 at 1:56 PM

I have an absurdly sensitive sense of smell. I can smell people smoking in their cars blocks away (which might be linked to my ex-smoker status), and other odd things. I pride myself on the time I smelled smoke at the bookstore where I worked which was traced to a ballast (?) overheating. I saved the books! Maybe.

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