Monday, December 03, 2007


8 random facts about me.

I read this tag over at blondie's Xanga and told her I would do it.

First of all, the "rules"

....Here's what you do:~Each person starts with 8 random facts/habits about themselves and post these guidelines. ~At the end of the post, choose 8 people to be tagged and list their names.~Don't forget to leave a comment telling them that they are tagged and to read your blog. Have fun!

1 If there is a way out of work, I will always find it. I always look for short cuts and ways of making a job easier. (I really am lazy).

2. I am very shy and hate talking to strangers.

3. My favourite movie of all time is A wonderful life.

4. I hate the sight of blood.

5. My dream holiday is a weekend away with Steve on some deserted island resort.

6. I was a very rebelious teen.

7. I have more friends online than irl.

8. I love spaghetti with any sauce. I think I could eat it every night and not get sick of it.

Now I tag the following:

1. JoAnn at Creamer Chrioncles

2. Fr. Tim at Spirit of Vatican two

3. Lisa at Episcopollyanna

4. Ivar at Mussings on the Divine

5. John Michael at St. Robert Bellarmine: Controversies & Secrets.

6. Lisa at Unexpected Journey

7. mum6kids at Thinking love, Not twaddle

and finally

8. radtradchad at Society of St. Leo 1st
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