I don’t usually like reading standard bios. I’m more interested in the things that were left out, i.e. the fun facts, or odd tidbits, or that person X likes tap-dancing on Saturdays in their bathing suit…that’s what interests me! So, without anything standard, I:
- was home-schooled through high school
- like weird sandwiches – anything that’s in the fridge goes on; cheese, pickles, cold baked potatoes, peanut butter, and home-made jam sounds just fine to me. In fact, it’s quite delicious with a glass of cold milk
- have First-Born Perfectionist syndrome
- wanted to be a professional football player, but then saw the severity of the injuries they sustain (and so decided to become a dancer…yeah, much more safe!…)
- donated hair three times to a charity making wigs for children (the last time even challenging my brother to see who could donate the longest locks)
- wrote “Sheena” when I was 215 months of age
I am also a French-speaking, book-devouring, music-breathing, loud-color-loving, quirky-earring and tights sporting, purple-zebra handler – maybe that last one isn’t quite accurate!
Yours sincerely, and exiting Stage Right,
Milo J. Oz
Help! please. How do you teach civility when Miss Manners and Mary Poppins aren’t around? For three professional bedroom monsters, the assignment to change young Sheena is business as usual – almost. This case has a lot riding on it. If not successful, Fredrick will be forced to retire, nervous Igor will fail, and Petra will be partnered with a monster she dislikes. Never before has the future of this hairy team rested in the palm of a little, spoiled, rude girl – and all under the inquiring eye and note-taking hand of another monster, a snooping New Orc Time...