Sunday, April 27, 2008

I've Been Tagged!

My first Tag, Yipee!
I've been tagged by Michelle of . (She is also hosting a Craft Space Challenge. Please visit her blog for details.)

The rules for the Tag are as follows:

1. Link to the person that tagged you.

2. Post the rules on your blog.

3. Share six weird things/habits/quirks about yourself.

4. Tag six others and let them know they've been tagged.

So, here are my six weird/things/habits or quirks:

1. I love to watch scarry movies knowing that I will not be able to sleep at night.

2. I love to buy craft/decorating/cookbooks, really all kinds of books and magazines, I think I have enough to open a bookstore.

3. I love to eat tuna salad sandwiches with ice cold chocolate mik.

4. I love the smell of new tires. When I was expecting my youngest son I use to make my DH take me to Sears Tire Center just to go smell the new tires. My doctor said I was a first on smelling new tire cravings he had heard of. (PS, I still love the smell of new tires, weird, huh.)

5. I always put on one sock and shoe and then put on the other sock and shoe. That way, I at least have one foot ready in case I should ever need to run out in a hurry, I'm half prepared. Does that make any sense?

6. I like to eat buttered popcorn with chocolate kisses. If you haven't tried it you should, great combination.

So, I now would like to tag:

1. Kat @
2. Vickie @
3. Jackie @
4. Rosa @
5. Laurie @
6. Linda @


Rosa said...

Hi Irma,
I had to laugh at a couple of your quirks/habits, they're funny!
I accept being tagged, so I'll post my little quirks as soon as I can!
Take care,

mysteryhistorymom said...

I love scary movies, too!:-) Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my blog.:-) I noticed that you like doing swaps. Well, I am hosting one right now and the theme is "What you Would Like on a Deserted Island"... Please stop by and sign up, if you are interested. I am taking sign ups until May 5th.

Love your garden! Lori

Linda said...

Irma! Thanks for tagging me! I will respond to it on my blog very soon. This week I'm doing a childhood nostalgia theme. ha! Saw your comment - I loved Capt. Kangaroo, too - and Mr. Greenjeans and Bunny Rabbit. Ahhhh...the fifties!

Sand Flat Farm said...

Irma - thanks for the tag! How sweet of you to think of me! I'm going to save it and think on it and see how I should do this. In the meantime, I've added you to my blog. I'll be visiting often so I can keep up with your garden - I think yours looks great!!! Have a wonderful week! Vickie

Christine O'Brien said...

Hi Irma,
Thanks so much for visiting my blog. I've added you to my blog roll and hope you will add mine to yours.

I just love meeting new people on my blog!

I enjoyed reading your little "quirks". New tire smell was a new one for me. Never heard of that, but it was weird enough that I drank pickle juice as a beverage when I was pregnant the first time. Had lots of leftover pickles, didn't want them. Just the juice! My daughter hates pickles. :)

I wish I had a yard as big as your so I could grow a garden with 200 onion plants. Wow!

Have a great week!

Kathleen from Eggs In My Pocket said...

Hi Irma, I came to visit you after you left a comment on my blog. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you get your Muddy Mildred made and I can't wait to see her! So enjoyed reading your posts. I read your profile about living in a small Texas town of 400; I grew up in a small west Texas town of 300. I now live 30 miles away from any town in West Texas. Isn't small town life wonderful? Blessings, Kathleen

Sher said...

OH my GOSH! You are the only other person I know who loves the smell of new tires! Actually, for me, it's not just tires, it's rubber. I love being in tire stores!
Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm so happy to get to know another tire person! LOL!

Yarni Gras! said...

oooo...I eat popcorn with m&ms mixed in! people watch me dump a bag of M&Ms in the tub and then look at me like I have 3 eyeballs! hahahahahahaa!

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