Post # 1
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
My not so secret desire has always been to be super talented in something artistic — whether it’s drawing, singing, dancing, playing an instrument.. talent is hot!
Alas I’m pretty good at a lot of things, but don’t have one big talent. (Mr Bee is super good at the piano).
Do you have a talent?
Post # 3
I’m fluent in sarcasim (wait, is that a good thing?)
I can make the noise of a straw going up and down through the plastic cup lids (it kind of sounds like Pee-Wee Herman’s laugh
I can play the clarinet
…and I can draw cartoons.
But I feel, like you do Mrs. Bee, that I don’t have one ‘uber’ talent to oooohhh and ahhhh my friends.
Post # 4
I’m a crafter and my fiance and I run a small business for our stained glass and wood mirrors – but I have no performing talents. We have super talented friends so we’re having a talent showcase at the Welcome Picnic the night before our wedding – http://www.fussellwhiteside.com/wedding/blog/2009/02/sing-sing-a-song/
I always wanted to be able to sing well enough to front a local cover band. And to be able to paint.
Post # 5
i love crafts, but i’m no martha. i’ve also always wanted to be a really sweet photographer. i’ve got a nikon dslr, but no time to use it. maybe someday!
Post # 6
ps: i do a sweet running man.
Post # 7
Hmm my main talents are eating, avoiding laundry, loading the dishwasher to it’s maximum occupancy, being out of the house when a delivery comes, and finding lost things.
Post # 8
Cooking, for sure. Thirteen years as a vegetarian and three as a vegan made it necessary.
I sing and dance like Elaine from Sienfeld. Always wished I could do both.
Post # 9
The parentals had me in 8 years of clarinet lessons….I think it helped me learn focus/dedication/patience/creativity. I actually enjoyed it quite a bit, and even earned some scholarship money. Can’t beat that.
I also have become an avid crafter lately, with all of these DIY wedding projects. But haven’t we all. =)
Post # 10
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
I love writing and cooking, and in high school, sang in the choir and played piano and cello.
Post # 11
Mrs. Bee, I’d wager to say you do have a talent… as an entrepreneur, businesswoman, and community developer. Those are some mighty amazing skills.
My talent used to be snowboarding, but I haven’t done it lately. I used to compete at it 😉 It’s kind of sad to be somewhat talentless right now… but I did knit a really pretty scarf over the holidays. Maybe that will be my future talent?
Post # 12
Thanks to some sort of hyperactive overachiever gene, I did a lot (up until I got a job): played violin for the Arapaho Philharmonic, sang at Carnegie Hall, played soccer on the Olympic Development Team, Varsity placekicker in high school, hockey goalie in college, and now…Professional Slacker. I always thought that I’d sing a song at my wedding but now I’d consider it tacky (morning wedding).
Post # 13
I’m not sure if you would call it a talent but I can read and write backwards. It’s great for window displays. I use to write my notes in college backwards on accident on really long days. My roomie would have to read them in a mirror to copy. Drove her nuts!
Post # 14
I played the violin through grade school. As an adult, I hate the fact that I ever gave it up :(. Do you still play?
Post # 15
I took 18 years of dance, was a competitive baton twirler from age five to about 20, and was featured twirler in college…I also took 20 years of singing lessons and won several miss america preliminaries…singing!
Post # 16
Not that many people know this because I don’t do it anymore, but I am a classically trained singer. I went to a performing arts highschool which led to a music performance major in voice which led to performing at Disney…and then I got tired of it.