Color Me Versatile... Or a Homebody... (Award)
|The Beatles fishing from their window at Seattle's Edgewater Hotel|
Donna Vorreyer chose me as one of the new blogs she is reading under the title--Versatile Blogger Award... Thank you!
It's always nice to learn someone likes/reads/visits/knows of/is intrigued by/doesn't dislike/accidentally arrived at my blog, so I appreciate hearing this.
Of course, with every award there are rules. I'm wearing a tiara as I type this. Okay, I'm not wearing a tiara, but let's say I am as we look over the rules--
• Thank the person who honored you and print a link to their blog.
Thank you, Donna! And visit her blog here: http://djvorreyer.wordpress.com/
• Tell 7 random facts about yourself.
Check right below...
• Pass the award to 15 new-found bloggers.
Okay, 15 is quite a lot, but I'll do a post on my 5 new favorite blogs and who I'd pick soon.
• Contact each blogger who receives this nomination.
Will do. X5
So 7 random facts about myself--
1) While I am not wearing a tiara, I do keep one in my armoire and I plan to wear it the next time I get my driver's license renewed.
2) I have no tattoos.
3) My middle name is the same as Oprah's, though I tend to think our bank accounts not as similar.
4) I love love love peach jelly bellies. But I do not love (or even really like) peaches.
I do like the song by the Presidents of the United States of America (called Peaches)
5) I believe the children are the future. Wait, I don't- that's an old Whitney Houston song. I believe the calendars marked 2012, 2013, and above are the future.
6) As an undergrad at the University of Washington, I could have gone to a comedy show for $10 by a new cool young comic. My friend was also a communications major and invited me to meet him while he interviewed him. It all seemed liked a hassle and well, they didn't get the "really good" comic everyone wanted, Yakoff Smirnoff. So I said no (as usual) and stayed home. And the name of that new and up-and-coming comic: Jerry Seinfeld.
Yep, I've been making those good decisions since 1990.
(I also said no to seeing these two new groups my friends said I had to see-- Nirvana and Pearl Jam). Yes, I'm a visionary and trendspotter, as you can tell.
I'm always where the action is not.
(Note: My much older sister bumped into Ringo Starr at the Edgewater in Seattle when they visited in the 60's. He gave her a kiss on the cheek, while my other 3 sisters snuck into the hotel to find her and any other Beatle they could find, so apparently, this "staying at home" is not something genetic, but self-induced.)
7) Despite being "the one who stayed home," I'm kind of like my life. A lot.