Let's Get Acquainted - Two Truths and a Lie

Happy St. Patrick's Day, blogging friends!

I'm linking up with Latoya from "Flying into First Grade" for her new linky party, "Let's Get Acquainted!"

This week's topic is "two truths and a lie" - share three facts about yourself (two must be true and one must be a lie). Other bloggers can guess which one is the lie and then at the end of the week, I'll reveal the truth! 

Here are my three facts:

1. I am allergic to sunscreen

2. I hate bugs

3. I am originally from Montreal, Canada

Which two are true?
Which one is the lie?

Comment below with your guess - if you're correct, you'll be entered into a random drawing to win a FREE product from my TpT store! :)

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Comment below with your guess on which fact is a lie and you could WIN an item of YOUR CHOICE from my TpT store! :)


  1. Number 3 is a lie. Just guessing! :)


  2. This is so tough! I'm going to guess number #2. :) Lattes and Laughter

  3. I'm going to guess #3. Maybe from Toronto instead?

    Fifth in the Middle

  4. Hmmm don't think you are a Toronto girl (I'm born and raised here and you are too nice:) I will guess #2. Have a great week...Easter holidays are coming soon!

  5. I am going to guess number 2.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog :)

  6. Well, since no one's guessed #1 yet, I'll go with that one. It's as good a guess as any!

  7. As your best bud, I hope I get this right. I am guessing #1 is your lie.

    Compassionate Teacher

  8. Number 1? This is tough!
    Reading Toward the Stars

  9. I was going to go with #1 as well. It is funny how some people went into great details and others were so simple, yet all are so tough!

    Suntans and Lesson Plans

  10. I am going to say #2...


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