Wednesday, January 20, 2016


Inspired by Erin @ Texerin-in-Sydneyland's October 2015 post

2 - The number of states I’ve lived in
4 - The number of continents I’ve stood on
12 - The number of times I have seen Bon Jovi in concert
15 - 
The number of work shirts (polos) I have
16 - The number of years I’ve been working as a speech pathologist, the number of years I've lived in Kentucky, AND the number of countries I’ve visited
28 - The number of years my best friend and I have been best friends (Happy Birthday, Christina!)
33 - The number of states I’ve been to
42 - The number of Broadway plays and musicals that I’ve seen (touring, NYC, Chicago, and London) 

53 - The number of kids currently on my caseload
65 - The maximum number of kids I am allowed to have on my caseload
74 - The number of books I read or listened to in 2015

90 - The number of miles I commute daily
119 - My room number at work

303 - The number of miles (shortest route) between where I live in KY and my hometown in WV
502 - My area code

As always, thanks for stopping by!


  1. Hooray for shout-outs! You got me thinking about Broadway musicals...I know you've seen way more than me, but I've seen Rent, Wicked, Miss Saigon, Cats, Phantom of the Opera, We Will Rock You, Billy Elliott, Jersey Boys, The Lion King, Sweeney Todd, Chicago (with Patrick Swayze which was wonderful because I just love him)...those are the ones I remember off the top of my head.

    1. The Chorus Line...I remembered that as soon as I hit "publish" :)

    2. Jesus Christ Superstar and Oklahoma! (with John Schneider from the Dukes of Hazzard - haha!)

    3. Of the ones you listed, I haven't seen We Will Rock You, JC Superstar, OKLA, or A Chorus Line. The first musical I saw was Les Miserables in NYC, which I hated. The second was Annie Get Your Gun with Bernadette Peters and Tom Wopat (also from the Dukes - LOL!). The most recent one I've seen was Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story On Stage (Oh, my! The actor who played Johnny Castle was like the embodiment of Patrick Swayze!). I have tickets for Motown - The Musical in April and Cabaret in May. My top 4 all time favorites are The Lion King, Mamma Mia, Wicked, and Once. I am itching to see Get on Your Feet which is currently running in NYC (it's about Gloria Estefan).

  2. wow, that's a lot of kids! and i have the same area code, haha. at first i thought it said books i'd read in 2016 and i almost had a heart attack haha.


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