January 25, 2010

In which YOU help ME write about myself

Do you ever get sick of talking about yourself? I do. Right now? SICK.

sick sick sicky sickness.

AND I have to write another bio.

The problem with me and the bio is that I never like the one I write. So then I have to rewrite it, and then I hate the rewrite even more so I end up deleting the whole thing. (I mean, really, have you even read my blogger profile? It says absolutely nothing about me. It might mention my haircolor. You should all be jealous of my hair, it's one of my best qualities, but beyond THAT, it's really a whole lot of nothing.) 

I even scoped around on the internet for random bios of myself that I have written over the years for different things, and each of those was totally different and completely full of hot air.

Exhibit A:
I'm a SAHM to 4 heathens who are sucking the very life out of me, in a good way... I think... then again, it could be terribly awful. About 4 years ago when I had my first baby and stopped sleeping through the night, I kinda went numb on the inside..... I'm really tired.



Exhibit B:
I'm a SAHM to four. My goal in life is to drink an ice cold Dr. Pepper in my pajamas, watching an entire TV show without interruption. Lofty, I know.


Exhibit C: the blogger profile 
About Me: I had to change it. I was bored and annoyed with my other "blurb".... So now I have to decide what to put here. It's a daunting task. What if I say the wrong thing and then you don't come back? (Gasp!) How awful for me! Yes, me. Cause it's all about me... me, me, Me, ME, ME!!! At any rate, I can't leave this blank because what does that say about me that I can't sum up my life in a paragraph? On the other hand, I'm filling it in with a whole lot of nonsense which says something completely else about me, doesn't it? sigh. stupid profile boxes.


I offer these examples of proof. I mean, tell you that I tripped on the stairs and threw orange julius' on the ceiling? No problem.

Tell you my achievements? {------uhh---------}

Therefore, I decided that YOU will write my bio for me.

Feel free to leave a sentence (or two or three) in the comments. If you ask me a question about something, I'll probably answer it. You know, unless it would be embarrassing for my mom and grandma to read.

Ready, GO.

10 comments:

  1. Here you go:

    MomBabe Bingham is known far and wide for her irreverent sense of humor and her ability to out-Martha even Martha Stewart herself. The fact that she does so while also parenting four little ones makes the rest of the blogosphere want to bow down in respect. Oh, and MomBabe has really great hair. Every. Single. Day.

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  2. MomBabe is a fabulous, Mother, Wife, and Sister. You will never be bored with her around. She always has the best ideas for things to do. She is ready for any challenge. She can, honestly, do anything. She could have chosen any career in the world and excelled. She is highly intelligent, a fast learner, dedicated, and dependable. She has dealt with some major health issues over the past few years, but even those haven't seemed to slow her down. MomBabe is one of the best ladies I know. I'm a bum for not calling her and telling her that more often.

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  3. MomBabe is a snarkily hilarious supermom. Simply because she survived four babies under four. As did they. A warning, however. Do not read while drinking. Unless it's Dr. Pepper. . .

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  4. MomBabe started a Mormon Mom's Blogging revolution when she co-founded MMB. She's a sassy writer who's not afraid to admit she can't walk up the stairs while carrying Orange Julius. She's pretty, hot and tempting!

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  5. I happened to like the other bios you gave as examples.

    I love what the others wrote here.

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  6. I think your profile should read : "To sum things up before you begin; I am completely awesome. You should be my reader too so my awesomeness can spread to you. And you don't have to take my word for it because my readers wrote my profile.

    Read on and subscribe."

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  7. I haven't known you long, so I'm not sure I have anything viable to say. It didn't take my reading long to realize I like you, though. I loved reading everyone's responses, though!

    And four kids UNDER FOUR? Hot-diggity-dog. I thought twins were hard.

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  8. man you guys are awesome. TOTALLY STEALING YOUR WORDS.

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  9. Can I vote? Can this be a voting thing? Because I would like to vote for Jen on the Edge's. That would be my vote....if voting were allowed.

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  10. Of course voting is allowed.

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