Tuesday, March 11, 2008

tag, I'm it

I keep meaning to post, but my mind is in a very dark, scary place, and I'm a wreck. Erika at Married with Children.... tagged me. I probably can't come up with 5 interesting things, but if I hesitate, I'll never respond.

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Rules: Link to your tagger and post these rules. Share 5 facts about yourself. Tag 5 people at the end of your post and list their names (linking to them). Let them know they've been tagged by leaving a comment at their blogs.

1. I'm a 30-something woman who hasn't been on a first date since age 19.

2. My best friend died when we were 8 years old (her drunk parents picked her up from the babysitter and overturned the car into a marsh); I wasn't allowed to attend the funeral.

3. As a kid, I thought I should be a Republican because I had a puppy crush on Alex P. Keaton (Michael J. Fox's character on Family Ties).

4. As a teen, I had (dyed) black hair and wrote bad poetry about death and insanity.

5. [OK, I guess I should avoid another 'downer' for #5.] I've lost 36 pounds since last fall.

Alright, I guess I need to tag now.

ETA: I tagged The Skolniks, wilson silverleaf family, Adventures of Plenty, Wildwood Cottage, and Homeschooling in the Garden State. That's 5. If anyone else wants to play, consider yourself tagged.


Kate in NJ said...

Wow! 36 lbs? I wish I could do it.
I am so sorry to hear about your childhood friend...I'm a 40 something
who hasn't been on a first date since 19,lol.

erika_deanne said...

Thanks so much for playing!!!! I haven't seen you guys in so long I thought hearing some things about you would do!

Jen said...

congrats on the 36 lbs! i have noticed and am soooo impressed with you! you look awesome (not that you didn't before :) )

Daphne said...

I saw your twitter update... and even though you don't know how you will, have faith that you will. If you decide you must... the how will work itself out. You can do it.

veganbaby said...

That is so sad about your BF. :(
I once thought I was a Republican because I liked the governor of Texas's name better than the other guy.