People who equate truth with fact are missing the point.

The Author

My name is Adrienne Jones and I live a wildly unpredictable, often difficult life with my family in Albuquerque, NM. I’ve lived here since 1976 and I can’t imagine living anywhere except the high desert southwest.

Here are a few tidbits:

  • I have a serious Diet Coke problem. I give it up once or twice a year only to find myself back on the sauce within a few weeks or months.
  • I don’t drink alcohol. With a Diet Coke problem as serious as mine, it doesn’t seem worth the risk.
  • I’ve lived in New Mexico since I was five years old, but I don’t eat spicy food. I don’t get why anyone would willingly eat food that hurts.
  • Also? Salt. I only like a tiny bit. More than that is gross.
  • I only had one wisdom tooth, and it wasn’t even a whole tooth. Lucky, huh?
  • A blood donor saved my life.
  • If you have ever donated blood, thank you.
  • Please donate again, and as often as you can.
  • I don’t craft.
  • I don’t scrapbook.
  • I don’t bake.
  • I only cook because the people who live here are always¬†clamoring¬†for food.
  • No, you’re not the first person to call me domestically challenged. My mom was the first. You are WAAAY down on that list.
  • I gave birth to one of my children in the backyard.
  • Babies are my favorite people.
  • Coffee. Coffee coffee COFFEE.
  • I love to speak in public. I only get nervous if I’m being recorded.
  • I’m the funniest person I know. I always think my jokes are hilarious.
  • My husband is the second funniest person I know.
  • I have five tattoos.
  • I’m easily overwhelmed.
  • I own every episode of Little House on the Prairie. I watch them when I don’t feel good.
  • Yeah, whatever. I still love it.