Rules: Once you’ve been tagged, you are supposed to write a note with 25 random things, facts, habits, or goals about you. At the end, choose 25 people to be tagged. You have to tag the person who tagged you. If I tagged you, it’s because I want to know more about you.
(To do this, go to “notes” under tabs on your profile page, paste these instructions in the body of the note, type your 25 random things, tag 25 people (in the right hand corner of the app) then click publish.)
- I’m an introvert.
- I want to go into space (and visit the Moon, specifically), but probably won’t get the chance.
- I plan on getting my EMT.
- I plan on getting my pilots license.
- I plan on getting a masters degree (although I don’t know in what).
- I plan on getting my professional engineers license.
- My blood type is O+
- I have a website: https://andrewferguson.net
- I’ve been consistently blogging since 2003 (2099 posts and counting).
- I listen to NPR podcasts when I go to bed (Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me; This American Life; Radio Lab; Car Talk).
- My goal is see every single Star Trek TV show and movie, in order, before I graduate college.
- So far, I’ve watched 661 Star Trek episodes and movies, I have 116 left.
- I enjoy programming, especially in PHP.
- I enjoy taking photographs and I want to expand.
- I’m thinking about going on a mission trip this summer.
- I’ll be working in Seattle for Boeing after I graduate.
- Out of all five of the years I’ve been in college, I serously think this year has been my favorite.
- I think it’s been my favorite because of the amazing community I found at MERGE and The Annex.
- I’m worried about going back to Seattle.
- I used to drink rediculous amounts of Dr Pepper. Now I try to limit myself.
- I have been diagnosed with generalized anxiety.
- I used to have lots of panic attacks in school, all the way into high school. I do pretty well now.
- I turn 23 on Saturday.
- I share the exact same birthday as my mom…only 30 years later.
- I think it’s harder to be a Christian and an American than it is to be a Christian and a scientist. I struggle every day.
Note: I’m posting this on my blog, which is then sucked into my Facebook Notes.