Thursday, September 20, 2007

I've been tagged

I have been tagged by Tina that I met on the
Do something New KAL for the 7 weird things about myself meme. I did this a few months back and I just am not sure that I will be able to find 7 MORE weird things about myself to share. I'll give it a shot, it won't be easy. ;)

Here's the rules:
1. Link to your tagger and post rules
2. Share 7 facts about yourself, some random and some weird
3. Tag 7 people at the end of post and list their names
4. Let them know they were tagged by a comment on their blog


Here's the randomness that we call Amy:

1. I am right-handed but I play pool and swing a bat and golf club as if I were left-handed.

2. I am the middle child.

3. I have a very good sense of north, south, east and west, but I have to stop and think about right and left EVERY TIME! Could this have something to do with #1?

4. I found my first gray hair when I was 23 years old.

5. Morning is my favorite time of the day, until some *sshole wakes me up.

6. I really don't care who our next President is. I am not very impressed with any of the choices so far and I find all of the political bickering a complete waste of time.

7. I have watched Bad Santa, Bull Durham, Son-in-law, and Breakfast Club so many times that I have them practically memorized.

There you have it, you know me just a little bit better now. I am not going to officially tag anyone. I did that to you just a few months ago, but if you are reading this and want to participate, consider yourself tagged.

On the knitting front:
I am making pretty good progress on the Regia Silk socks. This stuff is heavenly. They are gonna be some comfy socks. I am also still working on the Montego Bay Scarf. I still VERY MUCH love the Seasilk, but me and lace knitting just doesn't seem like a very natural match. I won't give up yet, but I fear that I will have the wonkiest looking scarf ever knit on this planet. We'll see, but it's not looking too good so far.

7 comments:

Hobbygåsa said...

I am sure your Montego Bay will turn out very pretty! I am STILL waiting for my Sea Silk....

Marianne said...

Hmmmmm... you DO realize that lace will be blocked, eh? All lace looks really wonky until it's blocked...

Dipsy said...

This was a lot of fun to read through - thanks for sharing! Hmh - I'm pretty glad here that I wasn't the only one who got my first grey hair in my early 20s ;)

Tina said...

I haven't seen your previous list. This was very interesting to read.

I love your #5 response. Never though of it that way.

You'll be pleasantly surprised with the lace once it's blocked. Don't give up. You should have seen my exchange scarf before I blocked it. There were times I really wondered about it.

Hobbygåsa said...

Thank's for your comment on my socks. Just to let you know; it is a great pattern for socks for men, and it is easy to knit too. Have a nice weekend!

Julie said...

Your lace will look great, I'm sure. Like the others have said; all lace is wonky until it's blocked.

Eric & Tony said...

Happy anniversary!
Congrats on the new counter.

OMG, I have the same problem with right and left -- I have to do the left hand makes an "L" thing to get it right (and then I still screw it up sometimes.)
Eric