10 Things You Probably Don’t Know

posted Apr 04, 2011  |  by Jennifer  |  4 Comments

. . . About Jennifer

 

1. I spent time in North Korea (only like 10 minutes inside a UN building that straddles the border of North and South, but still.)

2. I hate the term “webinar.”

3. My friend Kim and I occasionally do this thing we like to call “Saskatchewan interpretative dance.” It’s been unofficially banned in Marsh Lake. (Some of our friends just don’t understand real art when they see it.)

4. I’ve been in the sewers of Paris. 

5. My favourite movie is The Shining.

6. I have a huge crush on Bill Murray. Huge. 

7. When I was five, I told my parents I wanted to attend Harvard Law School. (Uh, never quite got around to it.)

8. I might even be more gullible than Douma. 

9. Poison was the first concert I ever attended and BC/DC was the last show I went to (and neither of these bands in any way reflect my current musical tastes.) 

10. I have a scar on my arm from a rogue A&W chicken chunk. 

 

 

4 Comments

Margriet

Margriet  -  April 4 at 3:18 pm

I really hope you saw more of Paris than the sewers. And I really don’t get the Bill Murray crush… but to each her own. Thanks for sharing Jennifer!

Jennifer  -  April 4 at 3:30 pm

The sewer tour was a lot less gross than it sounds!          As for the Bill Murray thing, I admit that is a bit weird. But he’s got the perfect sense of humour, and that counts for a lot in my books.

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Eleanor  -  April 5 at 7:49 am

heh heh. 11. Jen has a great sense of humour too!

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Cynthia  -  March 28 at 6:51 pm

Why is Construction Resolutions (a LaPlata based development firm, owned by the Prayer Garden’s Project Manager-  Bill Murray) livonved with an organization that wants to build a resort to be located in a AC zoned area, without municipal water or sewer facilities?The relationship between Construction Resolutions and the National Prayer Garden is much too close for comfort!! Looks to me as though Construction Resolutions is hoping that it will be awarded the contract to build this resort, as is the Prayer Garden’s attorney, Mr. Stephen Scott, who just happens to “share” a law office with a Charles County Commissioner!!WOW what a gig!!!

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