Wednesday, April 02, 2008

tagged again... already???

I was just putting on the finishing touches to Soutenus's meme when I got tagged again! So I immediately tagged Child of Mary right back. But here is her meme. As I have just tagged five bloggers, I can't really tag another seven without worrying about causing a Meme War!

So instead I will just answer the meme and ask my readers to feel free to answer in the comments or pass the meme onto their favorite blogs.

These are the rules:
1. When tagged place the name and URL on your blog.
2. Post rules on your blog.
3. Write 7 non-important things/habit/quirks about yourself.
4. Name 7 of your favourite blogs.
5. Send an email/comment on their blog letting them know they have been tagged.


1. I have to ditto Child of Mary here.... I love to read and I too read very fast. And it often annoys others how fast I read.

2. Reading my email first thing in the morning and then getting upset with myself for not tackling my to do list first!

3. I can hear really low or very high pitched sounds no one else is hearing and have to root them out or go crazy! Just such a thing lead me to a drawer this morning with a broken watch whining like a mosquito. Kids later wondered what was whining in the trash can outside in the back yard... I guess it was echoing inside the can!

4. I really dislike the expression 'have a good one...' have a good what? A good day, a good moment, a good holiday... a good what?!

5. Listening to Rush at night to help me fall asleep. But sometimes it doesn't work as I will get too involved in the day's monologue!

6. I love chocolate.

7. I love to walk IF I have a place to get to. I can't get into strolling the same street up and down just to exercise. But give me a Mall and lots of money and I can walk my feet off up and down it! Read more!


Where do you think the following quote is from?

"A primary purpose of the educational system is to train schoolchildren in good citizenship, patriotism and loyalty to the state and the nation as a means of protecting the public welfare."

To find out click here. Read more!