Do You Have a Hidden or Quirky Talent?

Happy Friday! Almost everybody has a hidden or quirky talent. What’s yours?

Lynn Kelley, quirky talent

Below is a 57-second video of my youngest daughter, Suzee, showing off her quirky talent. She learned this cute little trick from her father when she was three years old.

Her brother does a mighty mean eyebrow dance, too, but I’ll have to highlight that in another blog post after I get a good video of him.

Here’s Suzee’s husband, Brett, demonstrating his quirky talent. He can throw a Frisbee so it comes back to him. The video is 26 seconds long.


Yes, I know better than to video vertically, but it was the only way I could get the Frisbee in the shot. Turned out very cool. Nice going, Brett!

I grew up in a funny family. Funny as in ha-ha, lots of laughs, and also funny as in weird, but weird is good in my book. If you missed my post Friday Funnies From a Funny Family, check it out if you need a giggle.

What are your thoughts? Do you have a quirky talent? How about a normal talent? What about your family members, do they have any talents? Are they fun, funny, quirky, or something else?

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4 Responses to Do You Have a Hidden or Quirky Talent?

  1. Boomerang Frisbee would be handy if you couldn’t find someone to play catch with.

  2. Patricia says:

    I don’t really have a quirky talent, but, if I think about it, I can talk without moving my mouth. It came in helpful when I auditioned for Nunsense, but other than that, I never really use that special talent.

    Your daughter is adorable. I love the eyebrow dance. That’s something goofy a dad would teach his kid. I’m sure he’s adorable when he does it too. You should video him.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt

    • Hi Patricia. I’d say talking without moving your mouth is a quirky talent. Makes me laugh just picturing you doing that! Yes, something goofy a dad would teach his kids. Two of the four learned to do it. The other two are like me, not talented in the eyebrow department, but they can make fish lips and do other quirky things.

      George is pretty adorable when he wiggles his eyebrows. I do have a clip of him from a couple years ago, but I need to find it among the hundreds other clips I have, and I did video my son wiggling his eyebrows, but he was slouched against the couch and it wasn’t well lit so I need to redo it. Those will be future blog posts!
      Thanks for stopping in! Hope you’re doing better. Hugs!

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