What’s your story?Writing about yourself is a paradox* - it can be both the easiest and most difficult challenge, all at the same time. Nevertheless, it is time to grab the bull by the horns, or in this case, the pen by the barrel, and get writing.Why this assignment, Mrs. Lehmann?Because it gives me an opportunity to learn something interesting about you early on, even before I know who you are! That’s why.But I’m B-O-R-I-N-G! I don’t do anything exciting, I’m not planning on doing anything exciting, and so I have nothing to write about.Not true! You all have some sort of habit, hobby, interest or quirk that makes you who you are. Now stop whining and spill the beans! Just to show you how easy it is, I’ll get the ball rolling by telling you a little bit about myself.I was born in Kingston, Ontario. I moved around a lot on account of the fact that my Father was in the Canadian Armed Forces for about 25 years. When my dad retired from the army, we moved from Calgary to settle here in the Waterloo area.
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Wilfrid Laurier, Waterloo, Ontario, Sir Edgar Bauer, future husband Steve