Five little-known facts about me (thanks, Amy for the tag):
I passed the NY Real Estate exam in 2002.
I played (that is, I was made to play) soccer once – in seventh grade.
The chairman of the foundation under which the school I taught at in Japan operated once dubbed me “karaoke supervisor.”
At eight or nine years old, I wrote a play with my friend Peggy while camping on Mt. Shasta. The theme of the play was the search for the most perfect creature in the universe. We performed on the mountain with an ensemble cast.
Also, as a child I was very fond of embroidery, daffodils, and Elton John.