Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Tagged! I'm weird

Apparently I'm supposed to be weird- or at least have six weird things about me... Of course everything about me is completely normal! I got tagged by Bon a couple of days ago. I've been lax in my blog reading and commenting and writing lately- so today I'm playing catch-up.

1. I don't like cake... which wouldn't be weird except that I'm a baker. I LOVE to make cakes and decorate them (and sell them to other people)- but they aren't my favorite dessert. They're okay if I make them (and usually I don't like store bought or other people's cake) but still I'd rather have cookies or pie or brownies or ice cream or... yeah.

2. I can't eat turkey. At all. Makes me sore and gives me migraines. Most other meats do as well- but I can eat some, occasionally. Turkey not at all.

3. I was diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Failure (early menopause) at age 22- then went on to have three kids with no reproductive assitance.

4. I've met a lot of my closest friends on the internet- and then met them IRL. To me (and probably a lot of you) this is completely normal. To a lot of the world it's very scary and the worst thing you can do. So far, so good.

5. I don't drink alcohol, coffee or tea. One of those things that's not weird to me- but really to a lot of the world it is very strange. (Part of the Mormon thing)

6. I'm a lazy perfectionist. I'm stealing that term from my friend Sheri. I'd love to have things perfect but I'm too lazy to do it.

Tagging some of my good friends who are new to blogging:
Sheri
Char
Sabey
Val

6 comments:

bon said...

FREEEEEEAKY!
HA! I am the same way with cake... I really hate frosting. Go figure.

Char said...

What makes you think there's anything weird about me?

Char said...

What makes you think there's anything weird about me?

Char said...

and what makes me think I need to post twice?

Amber said...

Cause you're weird. :P

Mandy said...

Just came across your blog by random clicking.

I love that term - lazy perfectionist. I think that may be what I am.