Although I am certainly no expert on what makes for a fabulous LinkedIn Profile, I thought that it might be in my best interest to remove the following paragraph from my summary section:
Excellent Speller: Yes. When I was in grade one, Mrs. Vanden Bosch gave me a jujube every time I got a perfect spelling test. My mother made me store them in a plastic bag because she didn't want me to eat jujubes every day. By the end of the year, I had 47 jujubes. Mrs. Vanden Bosch said that in total, I only made eight errors. I ate all the jujubes during the year-end movie party. We watched Rescuers Down Under, Duck Tales, and Bedknobs and Broomsticks. All I can remember is the slow accumulation of jujube acid on the inside of my cheeks. Then my tongue went numb. Mrs. Vanden Bosch skipped me into grade three. Now I have Gifted Child Syndrome, and I never ever make spelling mistakes.
At the Freak Lunchbox, Halifax’s favourite candy store, they sell chocolate covered jujubes in bulk. The chocolate is not even dark chocolate and it could be hiding a jujube of any colour. Probably it is a terrible to consume even one of these chocolate covered jujubes. And yet somehow, whenever I go to Freak Lunchbox, a handful of these questionable items make their way into my clear plastic candy bag. I only buy a quantity that I feel capable of eating in one go without deeply regretting it. So far I have never regretted any of the jujubes I have eaten. In fact, almost every time, I kind of wish I had bought more.
Andy is a well-travelled teddy bear who has been to the Freak Lunchbox. I do not know if he likes jujubes.
the well-travelled teddy bear|
Apparently he had a very nice time in Halifax. You can read all about it.
Andy lives in Chicago. This is what he looks like up close|