Tell All Tuesday!


**EDIT: All answers in PURPLE!

I am so sorry for the delay with this update! In fact, I know that I have been a terrible blogger lately! It has been a crazy hectic week or so. My father-in-law ended up in the hospital with a complication from a surgery he had nearly a year ago. Luckily, it's nothing major for now, but... we always worry. Additionally, we're still in school and I am really dreaded saying goodbye to all of my little loopers. Time to put on my big girl pants and see them off to 2nd grade!

On a positive note, we had Field Day this week, my Mother-in-Law's birthday (we took her to Yankee Stadium), and my husband won an award at work so they sent us up to Foxwoods Casino for a night of wining and dining!

So my blog and store have absolutely suffered, but honestly... we cannot do it all! I am really excited to really settle in and get focused on building it all up. Linky parties such as this one are GREAT for that!

Keep an eye out for the next Tell All Tuesday, Book Study, and.... some changes from the TPT Sellers Challenge that I just joined! I'm so excited to see some growth!

Interested in more information? Click my stats picture below to take you to Third in Hollywood's post!




But now... onto the answers! Did you guess correctly?!
I cannot explain enough how truly blessed I am to have found such a lovely community in all of you blogger friends! I know that I have said this in pretty much every single one of my posts for the past few months, but it is just SO TRUE!
This week, I'm linking up with Diana from My Day in K and Jayme from Teach, Talk, Inspire... along with oodles of other bloggers for Tell All Tuesday!

With summer approaching, now is a perfect time to get to know each other!  There are so many new bloggers on the scene and we want a way to get to know each other.  Why not put a little spin on it?!  Let's get to know each other by playing "Two Truths and a Lie!" We hope you will all join in on the fun!  In your blog post tell us three "facts" about yourself.  Make two of them true and one a lie.  In the comment section your readers will guess which ones are true and which ones are not.  After three days, come back and tell us which one was the lie!  We can't wait to play along with you and learn something new about our readers and fellow bloggers!  

Each week we'll have a new theme to get you blogging over the summer and give everyone a chance to get to know a little something new about each other!  Let's get the {linky} party started!  Here are my three "facts!


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I come from a long line of circus performers including trapeze artists, ringmasters, clowns, and more! In fact, my family is so well-known in the circus community, that they have been featured in books and movies! This is actually TRUE TRUE TRUE! My mother's family has been involved with the circus since the 1800s. At one point, they were actually part owners of the Clyde, Beatty, Cole Bros. circus (you may have seen them around now as just "Cole Bros"). Beyond that, my Great Aunt Fanny and a few of her cousins ran off to the circus as kids. She was a skilled trapeze artist for Barnum and married a ringmaster! Anyone ever seen The Greatest Show on Earth? Well, as the story goes... the acrobat "Holly" from the movie is based on HER and her Circus Manager love interest is supposed to be my Great Uncle! She was actually in the movie (stunts!), as were a handful of other family members. She retired to Florida and lived in a community with lots of old friends of hers... many of them even rescued aged animals, retired from the circus. My mom always likes to share the story of meeting "Kitty Kitty". My mom was visiting them and my aunt's friend called over and asked if it was alright if she brought Kitty Kitty over for the afternoon. My mom expect a little baby kitten when in strolled a full-grown MALE lion, mane and all. He was very old and had actually lost some of his teeth. He was pretty much domesticated and just rested her head in his lap all afternoon. When I was little, we would go to the circus and still see some family friends -- we always had a blast meeting the animals and clowns back stage!

2.
I spent 1 year living in South Korea, teaching English as a Second Language. During this time, I had the opportunity to travel to a number of countries in Southeast Asia! One of my favorite memories is when I rode an elephant in Taiwan! It was incredible! I so so so so so wish that this were true... for me! This is actually how my sister spent her first year out of college. I'm super jealous. My sister truly has a nomadic spirit. She is currently living in California, just outside of San Francisco. Would you believe that she left here with basically no plan and she and her boyfriend road-tripped and camped all across the US? I cannot wait to see where her next adventure takes her!

3.
I have been a musician since I was 7 years old. I have won awards for my performances, and have played at the Hollywood Bowl! This is actually true! But, I may have cheated a little bit... I've played at the Hollywood Bowl, and Giants Stadium, at the Capital, and in Disney World, and Disney Land. ...as part of my High School Marching Band. This is actually how my husband and I met... right on the front hash of the 50-yard line! I did win an award as a soloist out in California after performing at the Hollywood Bowl and it was truly an INCREDIBLE feeling! I often wish that I had attended a college/university with a music program so that I could have continued on...

Have you figured it out, yet? Let me know in the comments!!

Now it's your turn!


Here's how to join in on the fun:
1. Grab the picture and banner above and use it to link back to this post on your blog.
2. Write a post about the topic of the week.  This week is: Two Truths and a Lie: All about Me!
3. Add your link below.
4. Advertise your post using any social media of your choice. 


   

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17 comments

  1. Hi!
    I think #3 is the lie :) We'll see!

    Stacy
    Made with Love

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  2. My guess is number 1 although if it's true its totally awesome!

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  3. Hope I don't make you sad if I guess number 1... if it's true, that's really cool!

    Joya :)

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  4. Wow! I'm going to say #2 only because no one else has!
    Andrea
    Always Kindergarten

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  5. Love it! Your post is tricky! I think #2? I can't wait to see the truth! Muah!

    ~Elizabeth

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  6. We hope number 1 is not the lie…how fun is that!?!?!

    We are going to guess that the lie is number 2.

    Best wishes,
    Ashley and Brooklynn

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  7. I am going to guess that number 3 is the lie!!

    Jill

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  8. Tiffany!! Oh man, that was good, girl! I'm guessing #1 but i am soooo hoping I'm wrong. You're adorable. Can't wait to read more about you.
    The Whole Wheat Class

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  9. Ok, all of yours were fantastic! I guess I am going with #1. Can;t wait to find out. Great to get to know a bit more about you.

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

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  10. Wow, those are good. I am going to guess number 2! Thank you for taking the time to link up with us!

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  11. Hi! I am going to guess that #3 is the lie! Can't wait to hear!
    Sarah
    Mrs B's First Grade

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  12. You are all too funny! I hope you had as much fun with Tell All Tuesday as I did! :)

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