Facts About Me.

1) I played the cello for seven years. 
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And I was actually pretty good at it. I went to a few Honor Orchestras and I even made it to the All-State Orchestra one year. And, I have the pleasure of being able to tell the story about the time I almost pooped myself on stage at Boston Symphony Hall.

2) I was a cheerleader.

People actually don't believe this one until I pull out the pictures because I am not the cheerleader type. I have a perma-bitchface and I am usually moping around about something. But, I actually loved cheerleading when I was young. I loved getting to march in the parades and I even made the drill team. I ultimately quit when I was in 5th grade because it got in the way of playing the cello.

3) The best night of my life was meeting Jeffree Star.

Does anyone even remember Jeffree Star? Internet royalty. Doesn't matter. My friends took me to Jeffree's show in downtown Phoenix as a birthday gift for my 17th birthday and we danced ALL night to ridiculous songs. I got to meet Jeffree and he said, "It's hot in here. Like a sauna." And in typical Kaileigh-fashion, I said, "OH MY GOSH! I KNOW!" and then we took a picture.

I have a copy of this picture in a frame somewhere. I wish I was kidding.

4) My little brother is 6 years younger than me.

I don't really have a fact about this goober, but my brother is awesome and I just wanted to include him.   He's 16 right now and he's such a dweeb. Our favorite bonding activity is 



5) I don't watch movies, but when I do, I remember them line by line.

This is apparently a really annoying trait to have. Someone will say, "You remember in Scott Pilgrim?" And then I have to say, "Haven't seen it." Most conversations about movies end with me saying, "...Haven't seen it."

Unless it's Clerks. I have seen that movie so many times that I can recite the entire movie. 

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Somehow Chaotic. : Facts About Me.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Facts About Me.

1) I played the cello for seven years. 
 photo cello_zps1969dacc.jpg
And I was actually pretty good at it. I went to a few Honor Orchestras and I even made it to the All-State Orchestra one year. And, I have the pleasure of being able to tell the story about the time I almost pooped myself on stage at Boston Symphony Hall.

2) I was a cheerleader.

People actually don't believe this one until I pull out the pictures because I am not the cheerleader type. I have a perma-bitchface and I am usually moping around about something. But, I actually loved cheerleading when I was young. I loved getting to march in the parades and I even made the drill team. I ultimately quit when I was in 5th grade because it got in the way of playing the cello.

3) The best night of my life was meeting Jeffree Star.

Does anyone even remember Jeffree Star? Internet royalty. Doesn't matter. My friends took me to Jeffree's show in downtown Phoenix as a birthday gift for my 17th birthday and we danced ALL night to ridiculous songs. I got to meet Jeffree and he said, "It's hot in here. Like a sauna." And in typical Kaileigh-fashion, I said, "OH MY GOSH! I KNOW!" and then we took a picture.

I have a copy of this picture in a frame somewhere. I wish I was kidding.

4) My little brother is 6 years younger than me.

I don't really have a fact about this goober, but my brother is awesome and I just wanted to include him.   He's 16 right now and he's such a dweeb. Our favorite bonding activity is 



5) I don't watch movies, but when I do, I remember them line by line.

This is apparently a really annoying trait to have. Someone will say, "You remember in Scott Pilgrim?" And then I have to say, "Haven't seen it." Most conversations about movies end with me saying, "...Haven't seen it."

Unless it's Clerks. I have seen that movie so many times that I can recite the entire movie. 

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4 Comments:

At February 18, 2013 at 12:05 PM , Blogger Sarah said...

Super cute post! I love all the "0ld" photos!

Oh and do you think it's hard to have a sibling so much younger? My sister is 9 years younger and it's super hard.

 
At February 18, 2013 at 1:57 PM , Blogger Alice, Pretty Confused said...

Awww, this post is adorable. You look so cute in your cheerleader outfit xo

 
At February 18, 2013 at 10:47 PM , Blogger Kaileigh said...

Thank you!

Sometimes it's really hard. It was difficult when we were younger, but he's 16 now and I think we have a lot more in common.

 
At February 18, 2013 at 10:48 PM , Blogger Kaileigh said...

Haha. Thank you so much!

 

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