Monday, December 04, 2006

Ok Here you go PamGarrison, LE McCutcheon Teesha Moore Tara Ross Carol Kemp and
Katie Kendrick You have been tagged....


tararossstudios said...

okay here ya go,,,,,

I roll down my car window when I drive over a floating bridge over water

I always arrive early

I make sure I never run out of cat litter (the snow comes unexpectedly here)

I push elevator buttons with my nuckle

I always wanted an old VW camper van

I skinny dipped at my 10 year high school reunion and got escorted out! (they let me put my clothes back on first though!)

Anonymous said...

okay, i'll play...posted 6 weird things

carolk said...

My dear friend Syd aka Sheep Floozy tagged me with an endeavor I have been trying to answer: 6 things I do that are wierd. Truly I believe that as beauty lies in the eye of the beholder, so too does the act of weirdness. Using my family, especially my children as a gauge as to what they consider weird, here goes:
1) I talk to myself outloud, sometimes answering myself. (This is called metacognition by the way).
2) Sing along with anything and everything including elevator music, much to the chagrin of my children.
3) I save what others consider garbage, that which has an aesthetic I deem beautiful, including very,very small scraps of paper. ( My husband knows better than to throw out the foil on the wine bottle which makes a beautiful surface to emboss).
4) When I was in the 6th grade I had a tooth drilled without novacaine, at my request (I hated the feeling of the novacain, and still do, but now like it better than the feeling of the drill going into my tooth).
5) Refuse to use a microwave (though I don't think this is a weird act, more the converse).
6) If I had to choose between the two, I would rather make art than money.

Syd said...

Carol you are so right...weirdness is in the eye of the beholder...
Is there a metacognition support group yet?

Thanks Carol!

Syd said...

How about is the a person who photographs their toys support group yet?

carolk said...

I think we could start a support group if you think it's necessary...wait let me ask myself out loud. Well, I reminded myself that numbers of people always make for powerful connections(when two or more gather in my name...). Two or more cameras taking photos could be powerful and very very supportive.

Syd said...

Carol you are too funny!