7 Things

January 19, 2010 | Comment2 comments - join the party! |

I was tagged by the beautiful Susan of Whatsoever things Are beautiful blog, to tell 7 things about me that my readers don’t know. It’s quite fun and interesting, you can read Susan’s here, I particularly like numbers 4,6 and 7 . I also read Fallon’s from Sweet Fancy.

So here mine goes.


1. Although I am expecting baby number 3, its actually baby number 4 for the husband and I. We lost our first 8 months into our first year of marriage. In the process I lost one tube and have a damaged uterus. I can gladly say that this made my first birth the sweets ever. I have been given not one but now three children. Very grateful.

2. I grew up in a small town in Texas. Ok, so did you, small town no biggy. Ok, I lived in that Footloose kind of town, where MTV was banned, a dry county (alcohol free) and the movies that came into our two show theater were only approved by the town council. (you had to drive to the next big city to see Brahms Stokers Dracula).


3. I like to people watch( I stare). I just enjoy watching peoples expressions and body language.

4. I hated high school. I almost didn’t graduate high school because I couldn’t stand my teachers and the small town life that everyone knew everything about you. I LOVED University. I teach now, and I love school. ha ha

5. This one is a little on the personal and gross side, feel free to skip to 6. Prenatal vitamins make me “airy”. the “air” that I pass, makes me feel nauseous. So yes, sometimes I make myself sick.

6. I recently hadn’t spoke to someone in over a year, this is very unlike me. I usually deal with things upfront and get it over with. I spoke to this person over Christmas break and freed myself from such nonsense. I didn’t heal the relationship, but I healed myself. 7. I snort if I laugh too hard.

Thanks Susan, and I too love to go to church.

Kellie

2 comments - join the party!

This is a lovely post. I too love to people watch and can totally relate to not liking school. I don't however have your excuse for the smells that occasionally emit from me 😉

Thank you for sharing with us.

by Carmen on January 20, 2010 at 8:52 am. Reply #

I seriously didn't know that kinda small town even existed in America. (I'm Canadian) Very interesting and I can understand why highschool would have been hard. Glad you stuck it out and how cool that you teach now.

Great blog, thanks for stopping by mine!

by Sarah @ When two becomes three... on January 22, 2010 at 1:16 pm. Reply #