Tuesday, December 25, 2007

I've Been Tagged

Yes...I've been tagged. The thing is I didn't get tagged because someone thought I would leave really interesting answers. I was tagged by Teresa so that my blog would get updated. I need to share five little known facts about myself. Here goes:

1.I broke both collarbones, a leg and an arm all by the age of ten. I broke my leg when I was three and was in the hospital for a month. I remember many things about this experience. I remember them giving me lots of shots and screaming loudly when I first arrived at the hospital. I remember my mother not being in my room when I woke up the next day. She was at church. She claims that they would not let her stay the night at the hospital. WHATEVER... I think she wanted to see what it was like to sit in church without a 3 year old sitting next to her:)

2. My nickname in 8th, 9th and 10th grade...Big Toe. I had to move to another state to escape this nickname.

3. I got married in a pentecostal church.

4. I'm really a great dancer, but I don't want to make my friends feel bad when they dance. I can't help it, I'm just a giver.

5. I let my friend, Teresa, borrow my vacuum cleaner on Friday. Brian likes to vacuum everyday and he is missing it. I bet you didn't know that I'm willing to let my blog readers borrow my vacuum cleaner. I can't help it, I'm just a giver.

So there you have it. The true Hollywood story. You can't ever get the last five minutes that you spent reading this back. Sorry! It's gone. I'm now tagging the girl that needs to change her blog name to the blessings of four.

Much love,
Big Toe

1 comment:

Teresa said...

1. I've seen you dance. I've seen you dive. I've seen you ski. I completely see how this is possible.
2. You really shouldn't have told me this. Really.
3. It's not you I'm having a hard time picturing here...it's Brian. This was when you married Brian, right? Or is that info you're saving for another list?
4. See #1
5. I am so sorry for keeping lawnmower man from his vaccuming duties. He was more than welcome to come use it at my house.