- Link to the person that tagged you.
- Post the rules on your blog.
- Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself.
- Tag six random people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs.
- Let each random person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.
1. I adore classical music, particularly the strings. I am most partial to the wonderful low voice of the cello which brings me to tears when well played.
2. I think the pro-life movement is the most divisive waste of time, resources and energy that Christians dwell on. As a born again gal myself, it annoys me how many "Christians"refuse to put their effort toward something more Christian-like--fighting poverty, for example, or advocating social justice for those in prison or suffering unfair treatment. Just sayin'.
3. I believe wearing shoes inside people's houses is rude, although I never require my guests to remove their shoes. I've always taken off my shoes indoor since childhood.
4. I sweat. A lot. In all kinds of weather. My obnoxiously high metabolism means that my B.O. can overpower a shanty town of ice fishermen on Lake Michigan. Consequently I have to use prescription-strength antiperspirant. Unfortunately, I didn't clue into this for many years and I use this moment to apologize to those I've offended. Cosmo and Women's Day and Seventeen never addressed this problem, so I really believed that Secret was strong enough for a man--and for me--until my loving husband indelicately pointed out my problem to me. (ouch.)
5. One of my favorite moments of the day is hugging my children--particularly Mr. B who is a very good cuddler and Mr. G who always smells yummy first thing after waking up. No, I'm not leaving out Mr. T on purpose, he's just never been much for the huggin'.
6. I'll always choose Chinese food over going out for pizza.
Keep clicking, friends, and visit these poor souls whom I shall now tag:
Mary at Minnesota Matron
Linda at Second Cup of Coffee
Mrs. 4444 at Half-Past Kissin' Time
Mary Alice at From the Frontlines
Daisy at Compost Happens
Tangenjill at, well, Tangenjill