Do you have one thing that you do exceptionally well?
What is your so-called claim to fame?
In my humble opinion I always create a perfect poached egg and deliver them on toast with great pride.
I believe I do a pretty fair job at spoiling my grandchildren.
Absolutely not! I have many indeed,
Let me begin with one that most overlook.
John does not coagulate that well, he simply will bleed.
If you speak to his better-half, please do not open this book...
She would begin, I paraphrase, he is classic at wasting time.
He is Chief Council for Excuses.
He is most likely able to avoid tasks of unpleasantness
John can rearrange a yard, both front and back so it requires little up-keep.
He is significantly genius at up-setting neighbors by developing a low-maintenance jungle-look yard.
John according to his brats is "so not funny". Thus one could claim this as his expertise...
You "see" John over the years has developed many skills of expertise not just one,,,
I'm an excellent speller. I once came in 5th place in my state in the qualifying rounds for the National Spelling Bee. My mother, to this day, thinks that should be on my resume. She can't seem to understand that it was almost 25 years ago so no one will care. Haha.
I've thought about it but it has been so long that most of the details are fuzzy
Hi FatFreddysCat: I agree with Diana, this sounds like a good story! Thanks for your comment!
My perfectionistic nature causes me to be exceptionally well at tweaking, organizing, mulling over and rearranging things and ideas to the point of mental anguish.
People say I'm a good listener and that I'm patient, often too much so! I write a good complaints letter, without being rude, and my younger daughter has inherited this 'gift' if you can call it that.
I used to be good at tennis (junior champion at school and played in club matches etc) but sadly have not picked up a racquet for a while; however, that's easily remedied! Great question - hard to answer without sounding big-headed!
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