Monday, September 22, 2008

-- 12 things

I received this in an email so ok, I'll bite. Tag, you're it! If you've read this, make one for yourself and post a link here to yours so I can check it out.

1. Do you like blue cheese?
Yuck! The thought repulses me. UNLESS I'm eating buffalo wings, then it's awesome.

2. Do you get nervous before doctor appointments?
Only the dentist because I am terrified they're going to hurt me (again)!

3. Favorite Christmas Song?
Don't have one. Well maybe Homer Simpson (or was it Family Guy's?) parody "Ding, fries are done!" sung to the tune of Carol of the Bells.

4. Name 3 thoughts at this exact moment.
"I'm only on #4??"
"I love beets" (I'm eating... don't worry, this isn't usually a random thought.)
"Why am I doing this?"

5. Name something you bought yesterday.
a CD by accident (wait! I can explain. Went to a concert with a friend and tried to buy the band's latest CD as a present but she already had it!)

6. Current worry right now?
How am I going to find time tonight to fix a web page project video problem, update 2 client websites, move the furniture back into the living room, cook dinner, write and practice three small presentations, walk dog and still get to bed early when I'm not even going to be home until 8pm?

7. Current hate right now?
That my car's timing belt needs to be tightened (shop told me to come back for free) but I don't have the time so am just driving around listening its nagging whirring noise.

8. Favorite girl's name?
Hannah, Anna

9. Favorite boy's name?
Joshua, Justin, Jeffrey (I like J names)

10. Worst injury you've ever had?
Maybe the time I went backpacking and injured my collarbone with a pack that was too heavy. Wasn't incapacitated, just couldn't sleep on my side, took months to fully heal.

11. Does someone have a crush on you?
Dan might. (lol)

12. What is your favorite book?
Recent reading list, I loved these:
The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini
The Post-Birthday World, by Lionel Shriver
The Windup Bird Chronicle, by Haruki Murakami
Empress Orchid, by Anchee Min
Dry and Running with Scissors, Augusten Burroughs

Your turn!!


hautepocket said...

Ahhhh! I would *love* to visit Egypt. It's definitely on my list of top places to visit. And you didn't get home until 3 am last night?! Are you like basically dead at work today?

spleeness said...

braindead is an understatement!! I'm going to bed RIGHT THIS MINUTE!

Kelly O said...

Thanks for the blog fodder!

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