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Because I was tagged:

5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Me

1)  I have a talent for finding things of little importance.  Things like four-leaf clovers and shark’s teeth. 

2)  I am an excellent mudpie maker.  I’m talking about real mudpies made from earth.  And as a child, I loved to eat them along with assorted plants and sketchy berries.  Sometimes I still want to.  I can remember the taste and grit.   

3)  I am not an excellent business person.  While I can make mudpies, I have no talent for making money. 

4)  I love to eat sour things.  Tiny green apples, lemons, limes, okra pickles, and oxalis from my yard.  When I was pregnant, I once ate somewhere around 12 limes in one sitting.  They were small limes; not quite keylimes but smaller than average.  I was in Cambodia and well, I don’t really have any excuses except my sister probably ate almost that many and she wasn’t pregnant. 

5)  I despise Rod Stewart.  His voice makes my skin crawl.  My husband, who does a great RS impression, sometimes tortures me by holding me down and singing, “Have I told you lately…”  I’ve been known to leave stores if his voice begins to screech from the speakers.    

Does anyone still want to be my friend?

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6 responses »

  1. your love of mudpies makes having you over for dinner ever-so-much-less intimidating.

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  2. I found two four leaf clovers in my backyard the other day and I wasn’t even looking. Of course, the first thought that popped into my head was of YOU! I gave them to Caleb for safe-keeping and he put them on the burgers Larry was grilling at the time. Lucky burgers. 😉

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  3. business person, schmiz-ness person. who cares about making money when you can eat your weight in oxalis?

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  4. You are funny! And yes, your friendly enough…

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  5. Wow! Mudpies! I would have never guessed! 😀

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  6. “Pre-Order Rod Stewart’s “”The Definitive Collection””
    Available in stores Nov. 18th.
    Pre-Order at Amazon.com
    Take home the collection now!”

    Reply

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