So, there's this tag game going around... KLN tagged me and it has taken me a day or so to figure out what it's about! I'm still not sure I know but here's what I've gleaned from KLN and from PuddyRat, who tagged her, and from Mark who, I found out on Nancy's blog , tagged her. I'm finding things out in my usual roundabout way.
So here's how I believe it goes:
- Someone tags you and leaves a note in your blog telling you you've been tagged.
- You post in your blog that you were tagged, and by whom, and share 5 random thoughts/facts/things no one knows/things you maybe don't know either about yourself.
- You tag either 3 or 5 other people (KLN posted 5 but Mark says 3.... will the correct number of people please stand up? I wanna do this right...
- Leave a comment in their blog telling them they've been tagged.
- And they continue it on.
This is what I've figured out so far, anyway.
OK, eeks, 5 things about me. Most of my friends know me pretty well, maybe better than I know myself. (I kind of feel like I'm playing Truth or Dare....)
- I got a D in high-school P.E. in 1968 because I did not read and report on Dr. Kenneth Cooper's article on Aerobic Exercise in Reader's Digest.
- I delivered a baby once.
- I gave birth to one of our children in our TV room in our house.
- Sometimes I worry that I can't hold my booze and ought to leave it alone.
- I still have recurring dreams about my first love.
Then we have the new Holiday Memories variation:
- My favorite holiday memory: my children discovering that Santa had been there.
- Favorite holiday treat: chocolate-covered cherries.
- We will be in Arizona... Christmas Eve with family; Christmas Day Dinner with "campmates."
- Favorite holiday song: "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" for its third verse, and "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day." I may have to write these out for everyone, in a separate post.
- Family tradition: Somehow my husband, children and I started a ritual of making peanut brittle and then going roller skating, on New Year's Eve. We did this yearly for ages. I can't begin to remember how it started.
OK, next victims: