Thursday, October 23, 2008

I have beenTagged

I think this might be for the birds, but I'll give it a try since I have nothing better to do. Just kidding, I love a challenge.

I have been tagged by Cora at Littlemisswhatshername

Seven Random things about me.

  • My mother-in-law taught me how to crochet, but I taught myself how to knit.

  • I hate it when people leave a little dab of food on their plate, it just makes cleaning up the dishes that much messier. Forget good manners if that is the reason for it.

  • I always loved to draw as a child, but was told that you have to be born with a talent for it so I never tried very hard. That was a lie. I might have been an artist by now if I had kept on trying.

  • I hate people that leave a grocery cart in the next persons way. Lazy Blankety blanks.

  • I am getting a little tired of "Have a nice day".

  • I have worn the same snow boots for 30 years. This year I bought new ones.

  • Speaking of that, I hate it when the snow plow goes by and leaves a four foot mountain of snow at the end of my driveway. I wonder how many people love it.

  • I voted for Abraham Lincoln. I would have and I still would if he were running.

Now I am suppose to tag 7 people. I don't know anybody with a blog except folks that have already been tagged.

Here is one that I like. She is hilarious and should be writing a book.

I don't know her name, but she is a musical fruitcake or something like that.


bejewell said...

Ha! You're a nut! I love it!

Isabella's Mommy and Daddy said...

Great answers.. I wish I knew how to crochet and knit.. My mother makes some really cute things..
Have a Great Evening..

Cora said...

Hey, you taught me how to crochet and I taught myself how to Knit and my knitting sucks. My crocheting is not half bad and I like it alot better than knitting.
And I second you on the "have a nice day" thing I don't think people mean it.

SIL said...

Wow I didn't know you were that old!! Voted for Lincoln, I knew you were around in his days, but I didn't think you were old enough to vote.