Friday, November 14, 2008

survey whore and business expo

I love doing surveys- saw this on Sugar & Spice and thought it was neat.

The ABC's of ME

A - Age: 23- soon to be 24!

B - Band listening to right now: I heard Suzy playing 3oh!3- don't trust me. It's got a good beat.

C - Career future: working in a lab.

D - Dad’s name: John, Randy

E - Easiest person to talk to: I don't know. No one stands out.

F - Favorite type of shoe: flip flops all the way. I am one of those girls who likes shoes, but prefers to be barefoot- or the closest thing to it.

G – Grapes or Grapefruit: red grapes.

H – Hometown: Oceanside, CA relocated to Sugar Land, TX

I – Instrumental talent: absolutely none!

J – Juice of choice: lemonade?

K – Koala Bear or Panda Bear: they're both cute.

L - Longest car ride ever: either driving from CA to here or from here to Wisconsin. I hate road trips.

M – Middle name: Lynn <-- woot!

N - Number of jobs you’ve had: Subway, Gerland's, Miller Brothers, MNI, Carillion, Express, Tattle Tales, Honey Baked Ham, I didn't realize I've had this many jobs.

O- OCD traits: writing random words over and over in my head

P - Phobia[s]: roaches, puke, the dentist

Q - Quote: "I powdered their precious butts when they were babies and now they're all tattooed and pierced, smoke camels and drink Shiner." - I overheard my mom talking to her friends one night. Too bad it's true, lol!

R - Reason to smile: Things could always be worse.

T - Time you wake up: as late as I possibly can.

U - Unknown fact about me: i hate apple juice.

V - Vegetable you hate: onions. UGH!

W - Worst habit: eating junk food?

X - X-rays you’ve had: the usual torture of the teeth xrays, and I got my head x-rayed after my accident. It was cool; you could see my fillings.

Y - Yummiest food my belly likes: rice. always loved it.

Z - Zodiac sign: Saggitarius

Now you do it!!

In other news, I went to Sugar Land/ Stafford's business expo and there were tons of cool people giving away tons of stuff. I came home with bags of randomness- some of it pretty good.

There were a lot of restaurants and I talked to a lot of them about a GF menu, which was awesome because a lot of the owners were there. Some were already knowledgeable, like Outback. When I asked, the guy standing there said to one of the people handing out food, "Get her this and this but not that." He knew off the top of his head what was ok and what wasn't, and told me a little bit about the menu and stuff.

Other places, like Casa Ole, kind of knew what I was talking about, and the owner sounded interested and I told her where she could get more information.

Horray for spreading awareness!

2 comments:

Dana aka Gluten Free In Cleveland said...

Hurray for spreading awareness indeed! I'm glad you had such a good time there!

Jenny said...

:) Thanks for doing the survey! Great job spreading awareness!!