On Wednesday, the Wednesday Random bloggers posted three truths and a lie.

Mine were:

1.) We lived in a commune after my parents got divorced.

Lie: But it was close. My mom was seriously considering a commune. She ended up moving us into a trailer park near the college she attended, instead. Which, to be fair, was also full of a lot of hippies, students, and hippie-students. So, it was kinda like a commune.

2.) I learned to drive on an Allis Chalmers tractor.

Truth: Both sets of grandparents had farms. One was a small sustenance farm, and the other was a working dairy farm which involved a lot of haying in the summer. Which meant I got to learn to drive the tractor while everyone else tossed bales on the wagon.

3.) Touching (sometimes even thinking about) wet paper makes me gag.

Truth: There are very few crafts I’ve ever met that I didn’t like. Paper maché is one of them. I don’t know what it is about wet paper that makes me gag, but *full body shudder* I just can’t deal with it. And people chewing/eating paper? Insta-vom.

4.) My dad once won me a horse in a poker game.

Truth: We didn’t have Lucky (her hand-me-down name) to terribly long, but she was a sweet, very, very old horse. I used to ride her bareback. Apparently, the previous owner hadn’t included a saddle  in the bet.

So…Kel and Kris were both right. 🙂

Here are Jess and Jessica’s reveals.

 

7 thoughts on “The Truth About the Lie…and the Truths

    1. Bronwyn says:

      Let me know what book and format you want, honey. ❤

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      1. Kel says:

        Ooh I forgot about that! 🙂 is The Professor’s Student one that I have to read books 1 & 2 first? Or is it a stand alone?

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Bronwyn says:

        It’s a stand alone. 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      3. Kel says:

        Okay, that’ll work. 🙂 EPub Puhleese!

        Liked by 1 person

      4. Bronwyn says:

        You got it. 🙂

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