That I'm not afraid of heights
I don't think you will believe me, because I exhibit all of the signs of someone who is a afraid of heights: Turbulence in airplanes gets me spooked, ladders, don't get me started on ladders, and there is no way I will go on a drop of doom, tower drop, drop of fear, smack-down, or anything that shoots you 40 stories in the air and then drops you suddenly.
Oh man, I went on a ferris wheel ride with my sisters and my boyfriend and he was the only rational one. I got worried that my sister was going to have to stop the ride, and the other one was becoming claustrophobic, we were a gong show. There were tears of laughter and terror in our eyes.
So yes, I may be a little bit afraid of heights, but if I can touch something solid, and keep my eyes closed I'm not. But being out on my balcony I have to repeatedly fight the urge to jump off of it.
This makes me think that I am not afraid of heights, but that I am afraid of what I will do if I get too comfortable with the height.
Please don't ever send me on a high-rise suspension bridge, and don't ask my boyfriend about our time at the CN tower ... my blood sugar was low and I was over-tired.
I'm not afraid of heights.