Being new to the blogging world, I was tagged from my friend, Susan. I'm going to do this "tag" thing and try to think of all of the weird things I have done in my life. Hopefully it will keep the fact that my son went to bed crying because the Patriots lost out of my head.
I do feel bad for him...he puts his heart and soul into the game and several times this year, he has really been hurt. Now it's really going to stink getting them up tomorrow. I simply can't count on Mother Nature anymore to bring me a load of snow. I'm sure she'll come through when I'm about to leave on a trip, but not when I could stand a couple extra hours of zzzzz's.
The rules of the game:
• Link to the person that tagged you and post the rules on your blog.
• Share 7 random and/or weird facts about yourself on your blog, as we all want to know them. (Honestly, I didn't think I was weird so who knows what you'll get here)
• Tag 7 random people at the end of your post and include links to their blogs.
• Let each person know that they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.
It's really going to be hard for me to think of weird things about myself...
1. Okay, I know one. When I fall asleep on a plane, the droan from the engine knocks me out so hard that I drool really badly. I have become smart enough to bring a pillow and now I know I'll fall asleep and won't drool.
I hate this tag thing...
2. When I was little, I wrote a song. It went something like:
Mr. Sun please help, we need you badly, there is no sun and Jesus is here.
(I was like 5!!!!)
3. I love to get stains out of clothes. If I can get an impossible stain out of clothes, I feel so good about myself.
4. I really like to fix things. I once made a meal for a man at church in exchange for showing me how to change the spark plugs in my car.
5. I delivered both of my boys natural and popped the blood vessels in my face and eyes both times.
That's not really weird, more like stupid, but I can't think of anything else.
6. I had the chicken pox when I was 26 years old and was also one of the first kids to ever have Kawasaki syndrome. No, I didn't ride a motorcycle around. It's real!
7. I absolutely love the dry climate and could hike, bike, camp, live run for weeks at a time in it. I love dry climate. I remember how fast my laundry would dry on the line when I lived in Idaho. I also remember when I needed to get away from my roommates, I would ride my bike as far as I possibly could to hear silence. Have you ever heard silence? That's not weird, that's beautiful.
I'm going to bed.
10 hours ago