Thursday, February 21, 2008

Who can resist a tag?

I've been tagged by Amy at www.ourdevinefamily.blogspot.com. I can't say no. :)

Here are the Rules: Post the rules on your blog, and then give your answers. List one fact about yourself for each letter in your middle name. Each fact must begin with a letter from your middle name. If you do not have a middle name, use your maiden name(or create a middle name).Once you are tagged, update your blog with your middle name and your answers. At the end of your post, tag one person for each letter of your middle name. Leave them a comment on their blog telling them that they have been tagged, and that they need to come read your blog for details.

E - Electrocardiogram : A machine to show how your heart is behaving. I've been hooked up a couple of times in my life. A small hole was found in my heart at the age of 16. While hooked up to the machine I was so proud that I could get that number on the screen up over 200 beats/minute. It's fixed now and sounds much more serious than it was. Fun times.
L - Lists : I am a list lover. I make many lists for all sorts of things. Whether I follow through on the items listed means nothing, it's the list that counts.
A - Arachnids : Deathly afraid of them.
I - Invite : I have been known to invite large crowds to our home. At one BBQ we decided to have there were a possibility of 76 people coming over. Since the church was invited why not invite the whole neighborhood?! Only half that came though.
N - Never : I once said I would NEVER own a cow.
E - Embroider : I want to learn.

I now shall tag 5 others to join in.
  • Erin

  • Jenn

  • Seven

  • Anne

  • Kristi

  • Amy B
  • 2 comments:

    jenn said...

    Thanks for tagging me. And now that I actually spelled my name correctly, I feel much better :)

    Seven said...

    I wasn't going to take the bait. Then I decided I need a diversion, something to think about other than the last time someone threw up or the next time someone gets acetaminophen or how creepy it is when your child is hallucinating (fevers do weird things around here).


    And now my computer won't let me at my blog dashboard. So here goes.

    I - Inhibited. I can not completely 'let loose', even when I'm completely alone. I consider this a good thing.

    R - My dad has, on occasion, been accused of being a pessimist. To which he always replies that he is a realist. I'm with him. We call 'em like we see 'em.

    E - Expecting. This is old news by now, but it's still exciting (2 e's for the price of one). #6 due to arrive in late August.

    N - Nothin'. I got nothin' that starts with N and can't be bothered to try to come up with something.

    E - Exhausted. This terrible virus that has been making the rounds has finally found Seven Meadows. 5 down, 2 daring to hope we can avoid it. I just hope I can stay healthy at least until everyone else is well enough to take care of themselves!

    There you have it. I'm going to bed and hoping for a couple of hours of sleep before this round of children's tylenol wears off!!!!