Monday, July 21, 2008

Another Meme...

Janet sort of tagged me for the 7 Random Facts Meme.

And the rules are:

1. Link to your tagger and post these rules on your blog.

2. Share 7 facts about yourself on your blog, some random, some weird.

3. Tag 7 people at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.

4. Let them know they are tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.

Seven Facts About Me

1. I don't like people. I would rather stab myself in the eye with a toothpick than have to make small talk. Yes, I know I'm a preacher's wife and people are my occupation. The fact remains.

2. I'm afraid of the dark. I have a bedtime ritual that includes checking the closet for boogity men and looking under the bed for monsters. Yes, I'm 20 whatever and sleep with a night light. Skeered and unashamed, that's me.

3. My biggest crush of all time (well, besides my husband, of course *gosh*) is Gene Kelly. *sigh* He's still the man.

4. When I met my husband, I was getting ready to go to flight school. Incidentally, the school I was headed to was the same one that taught the 911 terrorists how to fly...

5. ...Someday I hope to learn to fly. I no longer want to be a commercial pilot (see #1) but would still love to fly a crop duster or other small plane. Wouldn't that be the greatest job?

6. My dad wanted to name me Anwar Sadat. He was assassinated two days before I was born (um, that would be Mr. Sadat, not my dad) and my dad had a lot of respect for him. Thank God I was a girl.

7. I hate my "real" job at the doctor's office with the hot, hot heat of a thousand suns. Anybody looking for a slightly grumpy, pleasantly plump secretary?

I'm going to copy Janet and suggest that Karla and Steve give this meme a glance. Other than that, tag, you're it to the the whole blogspot atmosphere.


Suldog said...

You... you mean... I could have tagged everybody? Damn. Another opportunity blown.

Janet said...

See, I KNEW you would do well with this one! My grandmother spent 72 years married to a preacher. She's not a people person either. You'll be fine.
And, yes, indeed, thank God you were a girl. (Although that wouldn't have stopped some people.)