6 quirky things

One of my favorite people ever did a ‘6 quirky things’ post a few days back, and it seemed like so much fun, here I am doing it.  🙂

It’s really one of those blog-chain-letter things, and if you’d like to carry on the tradition, here are the rules:

1) Link to the person who tagged me
2) Mention the rules
3) Tell six quirky yet boring, unspectacular details about myself
4) Tag 6 other bloggers by linking to them
5) Go to each person’s blog and leave a comment that lets them know they’ve been tagged

So here’s my list:

1) I like to jump on hotel beds.

2) I like to stomp in puddles after a good, warm rain.  I picked up this habit after I moved out of the perpetually wet Pacific Northwest – I think because they don’t ever get good, warm rains.

3) I was a devourer of books until I went to college.  It seems that reading college texts sucked all the fun out of reading.  Now I only read on airplanes.

4) I love legos.  Like a lot.  Like more than any grown woman should.  And I have the lego collection to prove it.

5) I require as many calories as the husband.  And thanks to wonder of fabulously lucky genetics, I am less than half his size.

6) I often buy the wrong thing at the grocery store.  Like fat-free, low-sodium, or sugar-free when my goal is to buy the regular version.  This week’s snafu?  I bought regular sprite instead of sprite zero.  I can feel my teeth eroding already.

Because I like to tempt the fate of chain letter superstitions, I’m not going to tag anybody.  But, um, if you are reading my blog AND have a blog of your own – well, you’re one of the 6 people on the planet that fit that criteria … so consider yourself tagged.  🙂

2 replies on “6 quirky things”

number 6 is in your genome-your mom is always bringing me diet root beer and exotic vienna sausages (cajun spiced?) and saying “huh, didn’t notice that”

LOL, I didn’t know that. A few weeks back it was fat-free cream of chicken soup – which actually isn’t that noticeable in a casserole, except for the strange color.

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