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21. I could live off white bread and real butter.

22. I have a scar on my left knee… just looked and it’s on my right knee.

23. I had a chance to be on Judge Judy but my defendant refused (lost my 15 minutes of fame).

24. I like extracts in my coffee, especially anise, almond, and rum flavors.

25. My teen heart-throbs were Donny Osmond, David Cassidy, Davy Jones and Bobby Sherman… and in that order. I’m talking in love with those guys (still love Donny!)

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2 comments to 5 More Things You Never Need to Know About Me

  • Patricia

    21. I like 12 grain bread, but convert back to white bread for a grilled cheese sammich.
    22. I have a scar on my left knee. Really!
    23. I had students who appeared on Judge Judy. Sorry about your 15 minute of fame escaping you.
    24. I like extracts in my coffee, especially almond and vanilla and I like to extract the caffeine from my coffee.
    25. I had such a crush on Donny Osmond. A few years back I got to see him live in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”. At the end when he flew up over our heads, I could have stood up on my seat, reached up and grabbed him, but my husband held me down in my seat. What a spoil sport. If I’m not ashamed of the silly things I do, why should he be?

    • darlenemichaud

      Dony was the best! I used to cry over him. How cool you got to see him. David Cassidy came to Augusta when I was 12 but there was no way I could go. I imagine my parents would have taken me but for whatever reason, it didn’t happen. I still have the article from the paper about his show. I think the tickets were $3.75.