Thursday, November 22, 2007

Tagged




Amy over at http://kelly4.blogspot.com/ tagged me for this nablopomo meme.


I have to list seven weird or random things about myself. (Only 7???? How will I narrow it down? LOL!)


1. I have 6 boys! I don't think that is particularly wierd myself, but all the stares at the stores and the questions, "Are they all yours?" make me think I might not be the norm.

2. I teach tap and ballet - Gotta get my girl time somehow! LOL!

3. I hate when my food touches on the plate.

4. I always order the same thing at a restaurant - I rarely experiment!

5. I collect Disney snow globes.

6. I took the "scenic route" through college - it took 10 years to get my degree.

7. I am actually going to dance in the Nutcracker in December -(after having 6 babies! YIKES!









Here are the rules:1. link to the person that tagged you and post the rules on your blog.2. share seven random and/or weird things about yourself.3. tag seven people at the end of your post and include links to their blogs.4. let each person know that they have been tagged by leaving them a comment on their blog.





I'm going to have to sort of break rules 3 and 4 because everyone I know who Blogs seems to already have posted this one! So..... I am tagging whoever has read this and hasn't done this one! Let me know in the comments you let me tag you and I'll visit and read your wierdness!

20 comments:

her indoors said...

wow 6 boys are they all yours?! just kidding!
go dance girl, go dance

Barrie said...

You have double the number of boys compared to me!! Holy cow! Thanks for visiting!

Marsha said...

I took tap and ballet lessons as a child.

LunaNik said...

the scenic route thru college...hehehe...i like that!!

Kathryn said...

Very good facts. I think you are incredibly blest to have 6 boys. And you must be a saint. I have three, and they can be a handful.
You are dancing in the Nutcracker? That is awesome! I am jealous!

Autumn's Mom said...

I think that's awesome that you are dancing in the Nutcracker! The Nutcracker brings back very good memories from my childhood.

I always order the same thing in a restaurant as well. I know what I like :D

Alicia said...

Mother of six and you teach? I salute you! You inspire me.

slouching mom said...

Number seven awes and inspires me!

Kellan said...

6 boys is something special - that's why people look. And way to go dancing in the Nutcracker!! Take pictures. See you soon. Kellan

Lynn said...

I'm surprised with 6 kids that you have the time to do anything, much less: teach tap and ballet and find time to be in the Nutcracker. You are one amazing woman!

sognatrice said...

I second the last comment...wow!

An old boss of mine used to collect Disney snowglobes and pretty much anything Disney--and kept it all in her office, mostly on big blue bookshelves.

To be clear, I am (or was in a past life) a lawyer, and she was the hiring partner. Needless to say I was caught a bit off-guard when I went in for that interview and was surrounded--and I do mean surrounded--by Mickey and friends.

Of course that also meant I knew I'd like her, and I did :)

Thanks for visiting my place :)

Shellie said...

Oh, I can tell we have a lot in common from reading your blog. I just had to tell you- my twins have often been called thing 1 and thing 2 and my daughter also responded when not obeying and being asked "Who's the boss here?" "Eika!" (Erika). Thanks for stopping by and let's keep in touch.

suburbancorrespondent said...

You sound like one busy lady - I'm amazed you even had time to stop by my blog. We homeschool also, by the way.

Zoe said...

i hate it when my food touches too. yuck.

Burgh Baby's Mom said...

My husband is the oldest of 6 boys, so we are very familiar with the "look." His family adds the interesting twist of having spaced them apart so much that my husband is old enough to be the youngest's father.

Jenn said...

soooooo with you on number 3. isn't the thanksgiving feast difficult for our "type"?

b*babbler said...

Ooh... I rarely order something different at restaurants once I find my favorite.

And I took the scenic route through high school. I fast-tracked through the first couple of years, dropped out for half a year and worked, then went back and still graduated with my original class. I've been a bit unconventional in my schooling choices.

Thanks for stopping by! I'm sure I'll be back!

Janet said...

Dancing in the Nutcracker? Good for you!!

Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

I've been tagged with this one & still need to follow-up! I have you beat by one year ... it took me 11 years to get my degree! Peace, JP/deb

carrie said...

Kelly,

Thanks for visiting my blog.

I always enjoy reading people's random lists!