Friday, October 3, 2008

Random Facts

April at Straight From The Heart tagged me a while back to write six random facts about myself. One fact about me that is not random but well known is that I am not creative, so I've been mulling this over on and off. Anyway, here are six:

  1. I drink Green tea with honey every afternoon during the quiet nap time that falls on my house each day.
  2. I would love to live in Boston.
  3. I am the oldest of four children (three girls and a boy).
  4. My husband taught me to drive a stick shift when I was sixteen and we were dating.
  5. I minored in espanol in college. I regret that I don't use it.
  6. I am a fast test taker. I buzz through exams as fast as possible and am almost always among the top two to finish in any class. ya know. Isn't that interesting? The "rules" say that I am supposed to pass this on to six people, but, perhaps another random fact about me is that I really don't like to ask people to do things...well, maybe with the exception of my husband. :)

That being said, if you have not yet posted your random facts, please do so and let me know so I can come see. Thanks for thinking of me, April. You were the first to tag me, so I now feel like I've "arrived" to a certain extent in the blogging world.


THE ROOST said...

That was fun to read! Tea during nap time sounds delightful!

April said...

Thanks for sharing your fun facts with us!! Have a great day...sipping your Green Tea, of course! :)

Momagoose said...

I love this kind of thing... helps us get to know each other. :o) I will post mine soon... keep checking on me.

Rae said...

During nap time I keep chugging my Diet Coke that is faithfully by my side all day long! Somehow that doesn't sound as sophisticated as tea and honey! :)

I didn't know Shaun taught you to drive a stick shift. Too funny. My dad taught me. He said it was a good thing to learn. And I'm ever glad he did! Some of the guys I dated drove sports cars with stick shifts. They sure are fun to drive!! Somehow I don't think that was what my dad had in mind! :)