Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Seven Facts About Me (you know you wanted to know!)

The Rules:
1. Link to the person who tagged you (texasinafrica again!) and post the rules on your blog.
2. Share 7 facts about yourself.
3. Tag 7 random people at the end of your posts and include links to their blogs. (sounds like someone is trying to up the technorati rating!)

Fact number one: I am the youngest of three children.
Fact number two: I was born in Georgia. I didn't live there again until I went to college there.
Fact number three: There is no food as divine on this planet as potatoes. It is in my great love for potatoes that I know I truly do have Irish blood.
Fact number four: Of three languages that I have studied, I found Spanish to be the most difficult.
Fact number five: I am trying unsuccessfully to kick a diet Mt. Dew habit.
Fact number six: I would like to see all the major WWII historical sites. There is no particular reason for this other than after having been to Normandy, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki, I thought it would be an interesting goal.
Fact number seven: I have at least six email addressess.

Your turns! Jen, Lisa, Kat, Kristin, and anyone and everyone else. If you any of you do it, I'll be impressed. :)


~ jen ~ said...

For that final jab there, girl, I'm gonna do it!!!!!

The Secret Life of Kat said...

My grandmother-in-law is French and lived in Nazi occupied France when she was a girl. She has some very interesting stories.

I've always been rather fascinated with WWII as well...

Look for my responses on Friday...

Amy said...

That's really cool. Have you guys ever recorded her stories or has she written them down?

I think Pearl Harbor should be my next goal, should it not? :)

WWII is so interesting because it so profoundly affected so many lives.

I look forward to your responses!

Lisa said...

I will get to it! Maybe not right away, but I will do it!

The Secret Life of Kat said...

No I don't think we have any record of her stories. We'll have to do that. Thanks for the idea!

Yes, Hawaii...er...Pearl Harbor would be a great place to visit to learn more about beaches...er...history.

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