Monday, May 12, 2008

You're not it...

I'm borrowing this because I don't have much to write about. I wanted to talk about the fact that this is ride your bike to work week, but due to my cold I am not sure if I am going to be able to. Maybe at the end of the week.

Feel free to answer this if you also find yourself at a loss. I'm not tagging, since I wasn't tagged myself.

6 Unremarkable things about me:
1. I have a brown mole on the end of my nose.

2. I became a Beatles fan in 5th grade and wasn't aware they weren't together anymore. Disappointment!

3. My Joy of Cooking cook book traveled to England with me, and I have written in it, spilled molasses on it, and can find the pizza dough recipe easily due to the flour stuck in the pages.

4. I have bunions on both of my feet which make my second toes longer than the first.

5. When I first met Lars I sometimes would think about him at work, and suddenly he would appear. This happened several times. It scared the hell out of me. I dubbed them my "dream weaver" moments.

6. I once was a page at the Maine Republican Convention. This was a long, long time ago. I no longer have that party affiliation.

7 comments:

White Hot Magik said...

That is kinda freaky about Lars, is it you or him with the magic power I wonder?

Hyperher said...

I think it was fate. After we met I really thought he was the male version of me. It was uncanny.

CBK said...

I wouldn't call your mole "unremarkable".

Hyperher said...

CBK: Really? Hm.

Patty O said...

Who was the candidate at the convention?

Hyperher said...

Uh, I don't remember who was running but Newt Gingrich was the keynote and he was zzzzzzz. I was way too influenced by my dad then. No more!

mykaila. said...

As far as 2 & 3 go, I'm totally with you... basically a clone. But only on those two.
My dad set me straight on the Beatles thing shortly after I became a fan... and then I said, "Oh, that was those guys?" like I totally knew what he was talking about, I just had names confused.

Our Joy of Cooking has molasses, scribbles, and flour in it... and it also has a nifty circular pattern branded on the back cover from when someone turned on the wrong stove element. Although in our house, those brands are on all of our cutting boards and cookbooks so I guess it's not unique here...