Here's the deal: Each person tagged gives 7 random facts about themselves. Those tagged need to write in their blogs the 7 facts, as well as the rules of the game. You need to tag 7 others and list their names on your blog. You have to leave those you plan on tagging a note in their comments so they know that they have been tagged and to read your blog. I've been tagged by The Knitting Librarian.
1) I started knitting when I was 12, being taught how to cast on and knit by Sister Dupras at church for a youth activity. I bought a book and taught myself the rest.
2) I was born with a strange growth on the back of my earlobe. It was kind of like those little tear-drop shaped punching bags, but small, of course, and I guess filled with blood or something. When I was about 4 or 5 or so, the doctor cut it off quickly and I'm not a mutant anymore.
3) When I was 17, I was in the Miss Teen of Illinois pageant. Believe me, anyone I tell about that looks at me like I'm crazy. I'm just not one of those types.
4) I've started my endeavor called Project: Pigeon Hole and last night McKay made a wiki for me to store my research. Project: Pigeon Hole may be the thing I look forward to most about graduating.
5) If you drop a ketchup packet (the kind you get from McDonalds) 21 stories, it will not break. I may/may not have done this Dec. 21, 2000.
6) I'm studying math, with an emphasis on pure mathematics, but have decided that my current math class, SHALL BE THE LAST ONE I EVER TAKE! I'm way excited, and hope to get a master's in something on the lines of...history.
7) My favorite hygiene routine is flossing. I love flossing!
I have tagged Queen Meadow, NHKnittingMama, The ADD Knitter, Rubyscarab, and three more to be tagged soon.
I know I apologize a lot on this blog (I feel like I don't give Infiknity enough attention). So here's another apology: You may have noticed we've been under construction. Well, after I finish my math test on Monday, I'll be able to get more pics up and (hopefully) be able to work on my web designing. I also need to find time to knit...
Just hold on until the end of June, and then I'll have a Humanities class (which can't possibly be anything compared to the class I'm in right now). I'll graduate in August and be able to come home after work and not have homework! Much knitting will be accomplished...
Just push through this next month with me!