Yep, I'm jumping on the A-Z bandwagon :P
Originally seen on the lovely Liz's blog, and then like a dozen other blogs heh.

A. Age: The ripe 'ol age of 20.
B. Bed size: Full. Just the right size for cuddling and breathing.
C. Chore that you hate: Chores...what are those again? 
I basically hate everything that doesn't involve sitting on my butt. :P
D. Dogs: None for us!
E. Essential start to your day: Yeti kishes and a hot shower.
F. Favorite color(s): Salmon, teal, cream, mint, taupe.
G. Gold or Silver: It depends :) My wedding ring is white gold, my promise ring (yes I still wear it) is silver and gold wrapped together.
H. Height: 5’5"
I. Instruments you play: I play a mean kazoo.
J. Job title: Executive Assistant.
K. Kids: In our future I hope :)
L. Live: to the fullest, in beautiful Colorado.
M. Mother’s name: Momma.
N. Nicknames: Calvin has a gajillion names for me :)
Little bird, mountain flower, and Vampress are my favorites.
O. Overnight hospital stays: Are the worst :(
P. Pet peeves: Immodesty. Dishonesty. And people who don't follow the "Keep right except to pass" law Haha.
Q. Quote from a movie: "You can be as mad as a mad dog at the way things went. You could swear, curse the fates, but when it comes to the end, you have to let go." — Captain Mike From The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Ah I love that movie.
Right or left handed: Righty.
S. Siblings: One older sister, one older brother.
U. Underwear: Is neat..?
V. Vegetable you hate: Squash of any variety. D:
W. What makes you run late: Everything. I am late pretty much constantly :)
X. X-Rays you’ve had: Hands, chest, tummy.
Y. Yummy food that you make: The only real thing I make well and often is breakfast foods :) Loaded scrambled eggs *yum!*
Z. Zoo animal: Tamarins! Hippos! Giraffes! :D I freaking love the zoo.


As I was filling this out, it got me thinking-
do you have any other questions you'd like to ask?
I'd love to do a Q & A post if you do! Feel free to comment asking anything you'd like to know and I'll try my best to answer! :)


  1. I love these things. I've seen quite a few popping up on blogs lately. I think I'm going to have to do one myself. XO, Rae


  2. Hmm, my question for you is; what was the first book you read that you can recall changed the way you look at life, people, religion or anything else central to who you are? In other words, what was the first book that changed you in some not-so-small way?

  3. Thanks for the comment Rae! I'd love to read yours! :)

  4. Casey: Hmm, I'd probably have to say Fahrenheit 451 by the great Ray Bradbury for me. Up until that point I'd mostly read for entertainment purposes only. Mostly junk fiction and cold distant 'classics'. But that book made me really CARE about literature- started a fire in my heart for it if you will :)

    How about you?

  5. Ooo, Fahrenheit 451 is amazing.

    My first life-changing book was Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, which I first read at 16 or 17. Now, while I agree with some parts of her Objectivist philosophy sown into the book, I mostly love it for its story and characters. However, the bits of philosophy I was drawn to in the book were pretty eye opening; they were my first introduction to Individualism. The concept of ones purpose in life is to find their own happiness without unwanted interference from friends, family and society. It also changed the way I see women and seemingly callous people (not mutually exclusive, mind you! lol). It's a long book and may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it was the first book that changed me slightly and set me on the path I'm on now.