Tuesday, June 17, 2008

A Woman of Six Words

I am many things, both good and bad. One of them is NOT verbally brief. My nickname in Junior High (that's the equivalent of Middle School for you young whippersnappers who don't know what Junior High is) was "Loquacious Leah." Okay, so my friends were big geeks who used words like loquacious.

By the way, have I ever mentioned that in High School I was co-captain of the cheerleading squad, VP of the student council, and the biggest drug dealer in the school? Yeah, I'm a woman of many talents. I also played on the basketball team (um, I'm barely 5'4") and got kicked out of school halfway through 11th grade for smoking an illegal substance right in the hallway between classes. Can you say "stoopid?" I did manage to go back and take a year and a half worth of classes in my Senior year to graduate on time. Shockingly, they didn't ask me to be the Valedictorian despite the fact I had a perfect 4.0 GPA. That's me, I'm a real walkin' talkin' paradox. I'm so straight-laced and law-abiding and downright yuppyish now you would never ever believe this stuff, but it's true. But I digress...

Anyway, Bean tagged me to do this 6 word memoir meme. I've also been tagged to do at least 1 other meme, so I'll try to post about that one tomorrow.

Here's the deal with this meme:

1. Write your own six word memoir.
2. Post it to your blog including a visual illustration if you would like.
3. Link to the person who tagged you in your post and to this original post http://herebaby.blogspot.com/2008/06/six-word-memior.html if possible so we can track it as it travels across the blogsphere
4. Tag 5 more blogs with links
5. Don't forget to leave a comment in the tagged blogs with an invitation to play.

So, to sum myself up in 6 words...

"Ferociously loves family, friends and food"

Sort of lame, but all so true. Now I tag JJ, E, Bee Cee, Portia, Sunny, and Kristen.

7 comments:

E said...

I didn't think I could like you any more, but then this! Love the drug dealer story. I was never a dealer, but I would have helped keep you in business!

Yikes on the tag. I'll work on it. I love how yours is alliterative, too!

nancy said...

Wow.

I literally laughed aloud with the cheerleading drug dealer in student council. That's freaking awesome!

Sunny said...

Hey babe, thanks for the tag. I will work on it next week while I lie in bed doing NOTHING! Summer begins today!

Heather said...

You are a walking, talking paradox. Love it!

Baby Step said...

I could have written the same one, but I think I would have put "food" first. I love your story about highschool!!!

Samantha said...

What a story! I think the word Ferocious is a great way to describe your loves and your drive!

Grad3 said...

Holy crap! I find your Jr. High background awesome- in a funny ha ha way! The drug dealing cheerleader... classic.