Monday, January 07, 2008

Tag...I'm it



**U P D A T E**

I've been tagged by LStone. (Lisa, you can email me about your blog design)

7 Weird or Random Things about Yourself


1. I like to eat peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches It's so good you must try! (No need to be prego)
2. I cry happy tears when people win big on TV game shows
3. I have a ton of sewing projects on my to do list but do not own a machine

4. I like the labels on food containers to be face out in the pantry & fridge
5. I say "uff da" Even though I grew up in Minnesota and am mostly Scandinavian I didn't say this until I met my husband's family (nor did I know what Lefse is or eat it but do now). I picked up this phrase by osmosis from my mother-in-law who is 100% Norwegian. Here's more nighttime reading about Uff da
6. I want to run a marathon sometime before I turn 45
7. In my next life I'm going to learn how to tap dance


If you read this consider yourself tagged :)


6 comments:

Jenny McCarney said...

i love peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches too! I thought I was the only one.....

Knitterella said...

Really? Two people love peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches - I'm willing to try it!

I ofter cry on those shows too.

Sounds like you need a sewing machine! :)

Glad I found your blog - I love it!
Jill

Heather Melzer said...

I love your list, Annie - how cute are those #'s, too?!!

LStone said...

Hi! It's Lisa! What does "uff da" mean?!!! I have a big smile on my face!

You have to help me learn how to make my blog more whimsical! Yours looks GREAT!!! It makes me happy just to visit it! And your knitting does too!

Knitserland said...

So happy to have followed Jill's link to your blog.

I have to know where you or your family grew up - uff da is a very common phrase in our upper Michigan / Polish family! I'm laughing so hard! I can hear my grandpa now!!!

Cute site with some great knitting! Can't wait to see more.
Tina

summers&co said...

Hi there, I just ran across your blog. I grew up eating peanut butter and pickle sandwiches! I thought my Grandma made them up! It's the only way I'll eat peanut butter. I'm glad I'm not the only one that thinks they are YUMMY!!! Thanks for making me laugh out loud!