How can you ever really know me? Or anyone else for that matter? I don’t think you really can… you react differently depending on the circumstance. Like that scene in Stuart Little where Taylor Negron plays a toy clothes salesman and tells Stuart’s mom (Geena Davis) about the “many moods of Ben”. I love that scene! People are like that… I’m like that. The ‘mood’ I’m in for you may be different than the mood for Taylor or for Geena or for my wife. We get so set into different response ruts… but I digress.
My name is Terry Grignon and I’m relatively average except for the things that are odd about me. Hm–what can I say?
Perhaps the best way of learning who I am is a smattering of my favourite things (‘course this doesn’t always run true; think of Maria in the Sound of Music):
A favourite joke, perhaps:
A mother mouse and a baby mouse are walking along, when all of a sudden, a cat attacks them. The mother mouse goes, “BARK!” and the cat runs away. “See?” she says to her baby, “now do you see why it’s so important to learn a foreign language?”
Maybe a favourite recipe:
A favourite movie:
A Christmas Carol: the Alastair Sim version.
Anyway from the amazing album The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974) featuring Peter Gabriel and the other original members of Genesis minus one Private.
Favourite port maker:
Favourite card game:
Bridge! Although I enjoy Newfie Euchre when there aren’t any Bridge players
Above you should see one I like, I took it at Badlands National Park in South Dakota
My urban fantasy novel:
You’re welcome to sample a few chapters from my book “Jílori” using this link, it’s available as both a paperback or kindle e-book
and I could go on… perhaps you’ll see more of me in my golb?