Saturday, June 21, 2008

Tagged!

I hope this isn't like the games of tag in elementary school where I stayed "it" forever because I couldn't catch anyone (short legs!). I have to admit that this game is a lot more fun, and Bonnie's Tatting Blog has tagged me. So . . .

Here are the rules:

1. Link back to the person that tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Share 6 unimportant things about yourself.
4. Tag 4 people at the end of your entry.


About Me

1. I graduated from high school at age 17, Bachelor's Degree and student teaching completed at age 21, and Master's Degree at age 23 (why was I in such a hurry???).

2. I love to spend Friday nights at home with pajamas and a movie.

3. My Gram taught me to work hard, take care of my family, be kind, stay true to myself, eat fresh fruits and vegetables, take naps, and have cookies and milk.

4. Favorite movies: The Wizard of Oz, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Grease, and Lord of the Rings.

5. Dessert can make me happier than anything else in the whole world.

6. I can recite the alphabet backwards.


And now . . . TAG to

Circles and Straight Paths (Margaret)

Carol's Tatting Blog

Arlene Tats and Knits

Memé, sus nudos de amor y más.

Being pretty new to the blogworld, I just want to say that I won't feel offended if you've already participated and don't want to again.

2 comments:

TattingChic said...

OH, I really enjoyed reading about you! That was fun. Yes, this game is funner than running around the schoolyard trying to catch everyone and much funner than "phone tag" when you can't get ahold of each other so you keep leaving messages.
I had no idea you had so many degrees! WOw! What are they in?
I love Monty Python and the Holy Grail, too, the killer rabbit just kills me....pun intended...LOL!!! Thanks for sharing.

Lois said...

You can recite the alaphabet backwards????
How cool is that?
I also like a quiet Friday night at home.
Doesn't it sometimes make you wonder why Gram's are so wise?
( I hope I am like my own Gram when all is said and done in my life.)
I really like to read about what a persons' likes and dislikes are. It makes them more real than just a name and words in cyber/blog space. Thanks for sharing with us.
Have a good week.