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Confessions of a Guysha

1. I cuss and swear sometimes when I am by myself, and when I do, I do it with a British accent. (Oh, stop judging me, you know you do it too)

2. I don’t like checking voice mail because it almost always means someone wants something. Kidd Kraddick said, “My phone has turned into a favor phone…” that isn’t always the case for me now, but at one time it seemed to be that way and now I don’t like to check my voicemail. Don’t get me wrong, I like to do favors, it’s just that sometimes I can’t deliver and I hate not being able to deliver.

3. I am like big Al Mac on KISS FM – this morning they said, “Al is lacking in the one-on-one conversation department.” So often I find that I am just like Big Al – I need an audience to be at my best, but I am working on the one-on-one conversation (Cat is helping me in that department)

4. At times I am overly sensitive. A lady called me Betty on the phone the other day and I cussed her out – but I did it in a British Accent.

5. Growing up I always wanted to be just like Mr. T with a mohawk and everything – sometimes I still do.

6. Once a year I like to eat Jack in the Box Tacos – When I am eating the mystery meat concoction, I know it is probably the worst thing I could consume, but I eat it anyway and I enjoy them with lots of that hot sauce that comes in a packet.

7. I don’t like talking on the phone unless I have something to say, I never call people just to chat – I use email and blogging to catch up with people, not the phone. (it’s the 2000’s people, email is communication)

8. I rarely eat cold sandwiches. When I was growing up I ate a lot of cold sandwiches and now I am just not a fan of them, grilled cheeses – yes, cold turkey and cheese – NO!

9. I used to tell people, “I am high maintenance, but I am worth it”. Wow, what a girl thing to say(no offense ladies), I am embarrassed that I ever said that to anyone.

10. I have an irrational fear of looking into mirrors in the middle of the night. I always think I see something in them that isn’t really there. Sometimes I force myself to look just because the fear is so silly, but most of the time I just look away.

Oh, and about the title – has anyone read “Confessions of a Geisha”? The movie coming out looks fascinating.

And last night I worked on this web job, just in case you like keeping up with my web work.

By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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