09 October 2007

We interrupt this blog...

The weekend was good crazy, today was bad crazy, and I'll tell you all about it tomorrow, but for now, a little meme time.

I was tagged by Jessica, from A Bushel and a Peck about a million weeks ago for an all-about-me meme. I will now tell you five very fascinating, possibly life changing facts about myself, they are completely absolutely one hundred percent true, except for the one that isn't.

I know I'm breaking the rules a bit, but it's so much more fun this way, don't you think?
  1. Steve and I are not married, but Matilda, who is obsessed with the idea of marriage, is actively planning our wedding. I figure if we wait long enough she'll get the kinks worked out and all Steve and I will have to do is show up and party like it's 1999!

  2. As a kid I attended three different public schools (maybe more, actually), three different private schools and home schooled twice, but not in that order, it actually went more like this: Private, public, public, home school, private, private, public, home school.

  3. I've always wanted to have four children. I am the oldest of four and my mom had it all worked out: with only one child they get spoiled, two become competitive with each other, with three there is always one odd kid out, but with four everyone has someone to play with and everybody's happy.

  4. Some of the books on my shelves are there because they make me feel smart, while others, that I will never read again, are there because just looking at them reminds me of who I used to be. Out of all of them, I have probably only read about half.

  5. I only attended high school for one year, but during that year I was the girl who did other people's homework for them, like the football players and the really, really cool girls with the big hair. All they'd have to do was ask and pretend they liked me for about thirty seconds.

And how this for bending the rules? If you guess wrong, you have to do the meme next! You know, if you want.

7 comments:

She says said...

Oooh, that's tough. I haven't been reading your blog long enough to know, but I'm going to guess #5. Just because you don't seem to be the type that would let yourself be exploited for popularity.

But then again, who is still the person they were in high school?

For my back-up guess, I couldn't decide between number of kids or books...

I'm probably way off, eh?

Rimarama said...

I'm not even going to venture a guess about truthiness here, since I'm just now de-lurking, but I wanted to say that those are some fascinating facts.

I was going to stop at two kids because I always thought that three would make one the odd man (or woman) out, and four is too many for my fragile psyche. But I never thought about the competitiveness factor with just two. Hmmm. . .

Amy said...

Wow. I'm going to say it's the wanting four kids that is not true. This is based on absolutely nothing other than that I must choose one.

Maureen said...

I'm going to guess number 5 as well... can't see you allowing others to manipulate you that way...

Cathy said...

This is a tough one, but I'm going with 5 too!

Jennifer aka Binky Bitch said...

I'm a sheep, I guess 5, too. You don't seemed like the type who would care if jocks and cheerleaders paid you attention.

andi said...

That's tricky. Maybe 5? But the one about 4 kids also seems fishy. I thought you were stopping at 2?