Tuesday, March 11, 2008

3-foot-tall D*I*V*A: tag, I'm it

3-foot-tall D*I*V*A: tag, I'm it

Rules: Link to your tagger and post these rules. Share 5 facts about yourself. Tag 5 people at the end of your post and list their names (linking to them). Let them know they've been tagged by leaving a comment at their blogs.

  1. I am the oldest of 5.
  2. I will soon be a Great-Aunt..I'm already a "great" Aunt (or so I've been told)
  3. I have now lived longer than my Mother did.
  4. I have known my husband since we were 12 years old (that was 30 years ago).
  5. I would not leave my house for weeks at a time if the library would deliver. ;-)
Now I will tag the following 5 people.....I don't think I've tagged any of these ladies with anything before, so
here goes...

Any one else care to join in?


reprehriestless warillever said...

Thanks for the tag. I have the feeling that my list will be the exact opposite of yours -- I am the youngest of 5, and my son is the oldest of my parents' grandchildren.

We'll see what else I can come up with.

Cher Mere said...

I am sorry about your mom.
That is amazing about you and your hubby.

Poppy & Mei said...

Oh I am soooo with you on the library thing! They'd have to ice-cream & chocolate too though right?
Thanks for the tag, I'll do it next post...Xxx

Mariposa said...

What interesting facts and how each of them make you who you are.

I prefer home, but I am out 5 days a week for a significant amount of time.

amanda said...

I'm so sorry you lost you mom at such a young age.
The fact about you and your husband is so neat. I met my husband at age 23--I'm not sure he would have stuck around if he knew me during my (most) awkward years!

Congrats on your impending great-aunthood. Enjoy!

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Gals,
I can't wait to see what you
post about yourselves. ;-)

reprehriestless warillever said...

My answer is a little longer than I had planned.......


(and I didn't quite follow the rules...)

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