Sunday, September 18, 2011

Author Guest Post: Amber Argyle (Witch Song Blog Tour)

Witch Song author, Amber Argyle, is here to share a 150 words or less bio with us. Welcome, Amber!

You can learn a lot about a person by their scars. Here’s a rundown of mine bottom to top. On my shins, I have numerous scars you can feel easier than see. They’re little divots from hitting metal barrels during my days as a barrel racer.

In the second grade, I used the drawers as a ladder to climb onto the counter and retrieve the
dishes. I jumped down and landed on the metal drawer/ladder. Just above that scar, I have a 3” scar from climbing between a barb wire fence.

I have a c-section scar from two of my three children (we won’t go into the scars from the one who tried to kill me during his birth). It’s weirdly bulging on one side (might have to ask the doctor about that one day). 

I have an oval scar the size of a pumpkin seed on my right index finger. I was leading a horse and he hung back (coincidentally, his name was Rebel). The nylon rope left a third degree burn that took forever to heal.

I have a faded 3” scar from a cat that scratched me at my aunt’s house when I was playing with its kittens. 

I have a 6” scar on the left side of my forehead from a car accident when I was in the fourth grade. It involved a one way bridge, my Mom hurrying us to the Christmas Primary program at our Church, and my father hurrying home from feeding cows.

Amber Argyle on the web:

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  1. This was the first time I have ever read an interview based on scars. Too Funny.

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