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Sunday, January 07, 2007

My Weird Things

Brooke tagged me for this (to name 6 weird things about yourself) before the New Year but I have been so wrapped up in getting pictures of Matt that I haven't done this. I know we are supposed to tap six other people but I will be honest... I think Brooke tapped most of the people I would so just settle for the answers.

Weird things about me:

1. I love Chinese food but only eat the meat. I will not eat the veggies.

2. I love saltine crackers with butter on top then sprinkle salt on top.

3. Another weird thing about me and food (no, not everything is about food despite how I look!) is that I picked up a habit from my dad of spreading butter on toast and then peanut butter on top.

4. I am horribly supersititious.

5. I am a twin who was born second and is determined to be first in something in connection with her brother. OK, maybe I won that - I rode on an airplane first. Somehow, I don't think that counts.

6. I am overly attached to everything I own. I have a horrible time even throwing out old bills. This is because when I was 15 my house burned down and I lost everything. Now I just don't want to ever lose anything again.

OK... send me to a therapist. I have other weird things that have happened or are about me but some of them just can't be posted. Ask me in person. Or email.


  • At 11:26 AM, Blogger k said…

    Your saltines sound really good!!
    Do you eat the rice that comes with Chinese food?

  • At 11:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Did you become a grandparent first?


  • At 12:38 PM, Blogger Heatherly said…

    after i lost all my stuff in hurricane andrew at 17...i am now the same. better than i was 10 yrs ago. but still bad at letting go

  • At 4:40 PM, Anonymous Linda B said…

    In my world you are above normal . . . scary thought isn't it!!!!!

  • At 6:26 PM, Anonymous brooke said…

    I thought you were supposed to put butter, then peanut butter, on toast. Is there another way? I actually toss too much stuff. After 5 deaths in the family and me having to deal with the estates - our montra is "when in doubt, throw it out" at least for personal stuff - at work we can't toss anything hardly.


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