Friday, April 27, 2007

7 Random Things (Tagged By Julie)

People who are tagged need to write on their own blog about their seven things.
1. I completed the Mortuary Science Program at Community College, my Parents are in the "death business" so I thought it would be best to do the same.
2. I am Bipolar, I don't talk too much about it or give it too much attention because I'd like to think I have Bipolar Disorder but it doesn't have me, so it won't be mentioned on my blog much at all.
3. Sweets are my weakness, I really love Ben and Jerry's and jaw breakers of all things!
4. I am terrified of spiders! It doesn't help that I live in the desert where there are tons of creepy creatures, spiders, scorpions, snakes, lizard etc.
5. I very rarely wear shorts, my thighs are fat, he he.
6. K.C. is in a new school and on the days I am not busy I "spy" on him on the school playground and watch him play. I love to see him play and could watch for hours!
7. I am a Harry Potter fanatic! I love the books and the movies (book is better)!
Julie tagged me and is the nicest person. If you get a chance stop by her blog, she is awesome! http://jaabeemom.blogspot.com/

5 comments:

kristina said...

Thanks for sharing! Watch out for those spiders.....

Hope KC is doing wel at his new school.

Lora said...

You are a fascinating woman indeed. I am so glad that you call me your friend and I feel privileged to know you. I find you to always be interesting and never ever boring, and I can't wait to hear from you again. I hope that all is well with you guys and that you are having a great weekend. Love you guys! Hugs!

JUST A MOM said...

HEY I CAN READ IT!!!!! WHITE WorKS BETTER. WhaT IS THE questions.
Hope your week is a good one.

kyra said...

thanks for sharing your seven things. it's fun to learn more about each other.

i LOVE the pics at the top of the blog. they're all so great!!

p.s. i don't wear shorts either.

A Life Uncommon said...

Hello, Thaank you for your kind comments your sons are georgious!
I know that feeling of watching them when they are unaware.