Bama Belle over at Bama Belle in the Big City tagged me! I’ve been following her blog for a little while now, and I really enjoy reading about all of the stuff that goes on in her life. In particular, I’ve liked hearing about all of the insane things that people do in the publishing world! You should definitely check out her blog, if you haven’t before 🙂
Here’s the deal…
1. Link to the person that tagged you
2. Post the rules on your blog
3. Share 6 nonimportant things/habits/quirks about yourself
4. Tag 6 random people at the end of your post by linking to their blog
5. Let each random person know that they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog
6. Let your tagger know when your entry is up!
So, here are my 6 “nonimportant things/habits/quirks” about myself…
1. I am a very picky eater. Like, very picky. Sometimes, just the name of a dish will make me not want to eat any. This completely irritates my husband, because he loves to try all sorts of new foods.
2. I prefer Sam’s Club over Costco (and BJ’s, which I’d never heard of till moving to the Northeast)
3. I am left-handed, but I do most things with my right hand. I iron with my right hand, use scissors with my right hand, stir food with my right hand. Pretty much the only thing I do with my left hand is write and apply make-up.
4. I’m basically a vegetarian, mostly because of my food preferences more than any sort of moral/ethical standing. I typically don’t eat breakfast, eat only fruits + veggies for lunch, and eat more veggies, tortilla chips, cereal, and other non-meat stuff for supper. However, every once in awhile I will really want to eat something with meat in it, so I’ll make something up or I’ll order a hamburger when we go out to eat. And I have no problem eating meat if that is what is served to me when dining at a friend’s house.
5. Right now, I’m reading “A Country Doctor’s Chronicle: Further Tales from the North Woods”, by Roger A. MacDonald, M.D. He’s written 3 books about his career as a physician in the middle of Nowhere, MN during the 1940s – onward, and I’ve really enjoyed reading them and learning about how medicine has changed over time. Some of the stories are hilarious, some are bizarre, and some are pretty sad. It makes me appreciate all of the modern, technological advances that we have nowadays.
6. I do not like being called by my full name – Jennifer. The only person who calls me by my full name is my dad, and that’s fine. But no one else, including Chris, gets away with it 🙂
And now, as far as who I’m tagging next? Well – I’m going to tag all of my bloggy readers! I’d love to hear random stuff about you, so if you do this, let me know and I’ll head on over to your blog and read about you 🙂