Friday, November 3, 2006
Five Little Known Things Meme

I was tagged by Catholic Fire for this fun meme. Here are five little known things about me:

1. I rarely throw away any letters (email or physical letters). My inbox is completely flooded with mail that I just can't part with but doubt I will ever use again.

2. I can never keep the same layout of my blog or desktop background more than a week. I'm always changing something over and over again. I love revising and editing old post and making my blog better.

3. When it comes to socks I only wear the color black. Why? I don't know I just always have :)

4. I have a huge pile of bookmarks, but I never use them. I always use index cards, old mail, or pieces of old paper for place holders in books.

5. At 12 Midnight on New Years I always take down the old calendar and put up the new one. I guess I like to be right on time :)

I tag all readers of my blog! If you participate, please let me know in the comments box below.


del_button November 3, 2006 at 5:40 PM
Anonymous said...

I'll do it.
I never get tagged so this is exciting! LOL

del_button November 3, 2006 at 9:05 PM
Anonymous said...

You put the calendar up exactly at midnight? I put it up 2 weeks before the new year... ;)

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