Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Oh, the things you can know when you know where to go!

Whitney hooked me up with this cool website. Check it out.
You can look up your initials and see what famous people have the same letters as you. It's actually quite revealing. Here are my "J" "S" twins and my connections to all of them. Jacklyn favorite of Charlie's Angels...she's southern, she's beautiful, she's graceful, she has a clothing line at K-Mart. Jane Seymour...she's Britsih, she's Dr. Quinn, she's the beautiful love interest of Christopher Reeves (SUPERMAN) in Somewhere in Time...she also designs (ugly) heart jewelry for Kay Jewelers. Jean Smart...again, southern, beautiful, smart, and sassy. She played Charlene,the Elvis-loving secretary on Designing Women. In my dreams I'm all of those things and so much more. Johann Strauss and John Phillip Sousa also share my initials, giving way to my love of all music, including American marches and Viennese waltzes. John Schneider. One of the good ole' boys on Dukes of Hazzard. This will explain my desire to drive fast red cars with the name "General Lee" painted on the side. I also think he sings 'Meet Me In Montana' with Marie Osmond. I could be wrong there, but that would give me a connection with Marie, who then connects me to Donny, and we all know how I feel about Donny! (Yes, I still call it Puppy Love!) Jimmy Swaggart and Joseph Smith. Both have religious connections. One I believe in. The other one I don't. James Spader. An actor who usually plays someone scary and creepy, thus explaining my fear of being stalked by a greasy weirdo. Joseph Stalin. I'm not so proud of this one, but it might just explain my secret desire to be a world dictator, at least in the privacy of my own home. John Steinbeck. Grapes of Wrath. Dust Storm. Probably why I fear them...and poverty. My favorite letter twin I have saved for the end. Jimmy Stewart. Debonair. Classic. Quiet. Unassuming. One of the last quintescential leading men.

With initials like "J" "S" who can go wrong. After all, "It's a Wonderful Life."

1 comment:

whitty said...

I love the title. Dr. Seuss would be proud. Coincidentally, it's his birthday today (105!).