Saturday, November 7, 2009

53 Things Part 2.

Continuing my list from yesterday.

21. I have a pet rabbit named Bun.

22. I was a salaried assistant manager at Kmart.

23. At Kmart I held several leadership positions, replenishment supervisor, receiving manager, hardware/automotive manager, and electronics manager.

24. I have been offered to become a salaried assistant manager at Wal-Mart, but I no longer want to do it.

25. I have three step-children, but none of them speak to me.

26. I have five grandchildren, but I have not seen any of them in six years.

27. I have two brothers, one lives in Illinois and the other in Indiana.

28. My Mom lives in Illinois. My dad passed away last year.

29. I am a member of The Captain Comics Board.

30. In college I was majoring in business management.

31. I believe in God but I do not currently attend church.

32. I have taught Sunday School and I preached a few times.

33. I have never had a speeding ticket or been in a wreck.

34. My favorite comic book movie is The Dark Knight.

35. I love Mel Brooks' movies. My favorite is Blazing Saddles.

36. My favorite recording artist is Harry Chapin.

37. I have been to three concerts, none since 1977.

38. I started losing my hair in my mid 20's.

39. I have never been bothered by my hair loss.

40. I love the saying God only created a few perfect heads. The rest he covered with hair.

This has turned out harder than I thought. If I haven't totally bored you I will finish tomorrow. Tomorrow is also a special day for this blog.


Al Penwasser said...

I really like this. I may do it myself.
When I turned 50 last year, I compiled a three CD collection that included one song for each year I had been alive. From 1958's "Summertime Blues" to 2008's "Kings of Los Angeles," my ego trip has provided some great music!

Jeff said...

Why do you think #24 is? Sounds like a good thing for you.

I also started losing my hair in my 20's, and I've never really been all that bothered by it.

I never knew you had a brother in Indiana! A Bagby in our Hoosier state! Who would have thought?