Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Tag...I'm It

The lovely Sandra Cox tagged me and here are the rules:



1) Link to the person that tagged you.

2) Post the rules on your blog.

3) List six unspectacular quirks you have.

4) Tag six bloggers by linking them.

5) Leave a comment on each person's blog to let them know they've been tagged.



My unspectacular quirks are:



I hate hot dogs - haven't eaten one since I was five and there was an unfortunate incident involving me, a hot dog and the basement stairs.

I love candles - God bless Brynn and her Partylite connection.

I'm allergic to penicillin, codeine, latex and bleach - found all of those out the hard way - lol.

I have to have white noise to go to sleep - unfortunately the sound of my husband snoring and my kids babbling in their sleep isn't enough to do it.

I can't stand doing dishes - I find it the most loathsome of all household chores. Weirdly, I don't mind doing them at other people's houses.

I eat around the outside of a peanut butter cup first - all the peanut buttery goodness can then be savored.

I'm tagging Brynn Paulin, Jennifer Armintrout, Dakota Rebel, Lyn Cash, Cheryl Sterling, Molly Daniels

7 comments:

Molly Daniels said...

LOL:) I also love candles and need the white noise! And I only like doing dishes when I have a dishwasher. God I miss mine...

I already posted, but I'll add it in:)

Kelly Kirch said...

I'm exactly opposite in the peanut butter cup thing. I nibble the side that has the thinnest choco wall, suck out all the pb and the savor the choco goodness.

Molly Daniels said...

Okay...#7: I open Twinkies, length-wise, and eat them that way. Makes 'em last longer!

Brynn Paulin, Author of sassy erotic romance. said...

Need some candles?

Anny Cook said...

I must loath dishes more than you do as I don't even like doing them at someone else's house.

Peanut butter cups. Don't think I've had one of them in ages...

Sandra Cox said...

That was great. Found out all kinds of neat stuff about you, Bron bud.

Ashley Ladd said...

I used to need white noise to sleep, but it bothered my husband and he said he couldn't sleep. But he snores really loud and it kept me up. I finally learned how to get his snoring to help me to get to sleep. Only now, he wants to watch TV till really late so I have to put earplugs in and wear an eye patch.