I’m It!


Posted on January 13th, by Amy in tag. 10 comments

I was tagged last week by a new friend! The MooreMagnets Blog has a great etsy shop and a fun blog :) Check her out! I try to play along with these in a timely manner – I always appreciate getting to know fellow bloggers through these memes :)

first… here are the rules:

  • Link to the person who tagged you
  • Post the rules on your blog
  • Write six random things about yourself
  • Tag six people at the end of your post and link to them
  • Let each person know they’ve been tagged

Random me -

1 – I seem to have a hard time being aware of my fingers/body. . . I got three stitches this evening, left hand, middle finger, knuckle – I was trying to give Owen a hair cut. Now his hair really needs help, and I have vowed to never, ever take scissors to a child’s head!

2 – I’ve never been further east in the US than Utah. I really want to see the rest of the country!

3 – I visited friends in Ecuador for a month after I graduated from high school. My Spanish is rusty but I can get by in a pinch!

4 – I love my Sonicare toothbrush! I will never go back to a manual brush – it is so much better.

5 – Every spring break in college was spent in Baja, Mexico, working with local churches and camping. Great memories :)

6 – My favorite soup right now is here – yummy black bean soup. I use dried beans, instead of canned – just rinse them well after the soak to remove the gassy enzymes :) I’ve had this soup for lunch the last 5 days! so good

hmm, who should i tag!? hope your not sick of me :)

Sara, Janis, Dana (cuz your random), Amy (cuz your trying to be regular – blogging, not the other way!), Summer, and Melissa!

Hope you are well ~
Amy





10 thoughts on “I’m It!

  1. Hi Amy – I am honored to be tagged. Now I feel like a real blogger! :)

    I enjoyed your random-isms. I’m so sorry about your finger and hope it heals fast. And I’ve cooked dried beans all my life but never knew to rinse them after they soak! Muchas gracias mi amiga!

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