Friday, September 26, 2008

I've been tagged!!!

I just found out that I was tagged by my good blogger friend April at "Straight From The Heart". I have never been tagged before so bear with me. I think it means that I am supposed to list six random things about myself. Here goes nothing.....

1. I am terrified of storms. I am not as terrified as I used to be when I was little but I have to admit I get a little uneasy whenever there is a bad storm in our area. When I was little and in school while it was storming I would "act" sick so that my parents would have to come and pick me up from school. Pretty sad huh?

2. I used to drink pickle juice when I was younger. I have my aunt Debbie to thank for this unusual craving although I have not done this since I was about 14 years old. Occasionally when I was younger I would pour me a glass of pickle juice and drink away. Don't ask me why I did this though.

3. When I was in high school I was a "Marching Indian". I was on the dance line/colorguard for 3 years in our high school marching band. During that time I traveled to London and marched in London's New Years day parade. I actually met the queen of England which was so amazing! We also traveled to New York and marched in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade...Rest in peace Mr. Easterwood!

4. Right now the gas tank in my car is on empty and there is not a single gas station in my area that has gas. If you live in Georgia then you can probably feel my pain with this one.

5. I am lucky enough to be able to wear "scrubs" to work which is like wearing your pajamas. I work in the medical field so "scrubs" are the clothing of choice for me.

6. My first car was a 1998 Ford Probe. It was silver, had a sunroof and I thought I was "the stuff". I remember all my friends piling in my car after school everyday to go "joyriding". If only I knew then what I know now......Seatbelts save lives!

There......that wasn't so hard!

Now, if your tagged,this is what you do:

1. Post the rules on your blog
2. Write 6 random things about yourself
3. Tag 6 people
4. Please pass it along for fun...

Let's see......I tag:

Carrie's Family
Good Times With The Garretts
Sunflower Hill Diary
Shell in your Pocket
The Berry's Patch
The Shabby Nest

Yall have fun!


The Berry's Patch said...

No one died in your car, did they? I was in the marching band for one year. But don't tell anyone. ;-)I tried out for the color guard for my senior year and made it but moved away. Darn, I just knew it would be fun.

Thanks for the tag. I'll have my 6 random things listed soon. Have a great weekend.

PS I wish I could wear scrubs everyday. Why can't they just be the norm? Everyone walking around in scrubs. How easy and comfortable life would be. :-)

Sandy Toes said...

Thanks for tagging me!
-Sandy Toes

Daphine said...

I found your site through another blogging friend, April.

I love your blog template design. Love it!

I too am afraid of storms. My oldest daugther is fully aware of it, but I still have to pretend to be very strong in front of my youngest daughter. I'm still not too old and so I am hoping that I will get over this one day! Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed it!

Pleaes feel free to stop by and visit me when you can.

PS. I think I also read that you were new to blogging, let me be the first to warn you if no one has already, it's pretty addicting at times. We women just love to chat with each other! So with that being said, Welcome aboard!

Elouise82 said...

I found you through the blog train--let me say, welcome aboard!

I never liked storms. Apparently it's not genetic, because my daughter just thinks they are big fun put together for her amusement. Must be nice to be under a year old and fearless!

Ouch to the gas!

Elizabeth said...

I did it! Thanks, check me out!

Angela said...

Thanks for the tag! I will post mine soon...

Ditto on the storms! I am terrified of them!!!!!!!!! A tornado came through our field when I was in the 7th grade and I saw it all... we survived and so did our house, but it demolished the barn.

Hey, do you know my husband? He went to England with the band and was a drum instructor...Geoff T.?

And ditto on Mr. Easterwood - what a wonderful man and legend! I twirled at ECHS and he was awesome.

AND, I put someone else together today from your above post - Debbie! She was good pals with my sis in law, and works at EJ's school. I see her about every day now...