I was meme'd by Cat. Pretty exciting for me, an actual established blogger linked to me.
Here are the rules to the game:
1) Link to the person that tagged you.
2) Post the rules on your blog.
3) Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself.
4) Tag at least 3 people at the end of your post and link to their blogs.
5) Let each person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.
6) Let the fun begin!
6 Non-important things/habits/quirks about myself:
- I think a bed without pillows is freaky looking--I just can't take it. I also cannot abide pillows without pillow cases--ick. However, I have been broken of the habit of hospital corners (instilled by my lovely grandmother), my husband likes untucked, and he was persistent. Now I can't imagine sleeping with them tucked in.
- I don't reflexively say "bless you" when people sneeze. My mother would typically sneeze about 20 times in a row, so somehow it was just never a priority. Now when people sneeze, I'm sort of late with the "bless you" kind of like an Asperger's kid who has learned what to say in specific situations.
- I wash or rinse my hands between just about every step of a cooking project, especially something saucy like enchiladas. I can't stand to have the feeling of food on my hands. And I am obsessive about hand lotion. I always have one (or three) at hand. For instance, next to my side table in our TV room I have 3: 1)unscented 2)lavender scented shea butter 3) one that I picked up at target that smells like lemon cake. It is extremely intoxicating.
- I can't stand having anything gritty or hard in my mouth--dirt (in the form of trail in the trail mix), egg shells, fish bones. That is grounds for automatic gagging and spitting out.
- I would like to be a Bree Van de Kamp * in terms of household organization, but I'd say I'm actually some where in between Bree and Roseanne .
- I love being prescribed medication--it makes me feel taken care of. I have a lot of painkillers, left over from various maladies, and it seems like the combination of feeling taken care of by medication, and having lots of the good stuff around would add up to taking them, but I'm actually really conservative when it comes to pain control. Case in point: I was in the hospital for pain control for an ovarian cyst. They gave me my vary own morphine pump. I thought I'd be up all night pushing the button for the pleasure of it, but I tapered off around midnight, about 6 hours after my cyst burst. Color me surprised.
All righty then! The next step is tagging some other bloggers.
*Although, according to the quiz, I'm a Lynette