Here’s more about me:
Accent–I don’t have one, but I can pull off a great Southern accent. I credit that to being born and living in eastern Tennessee until I was 2.
I don’t drink–enough water. It’s so dry here, you’d think I’d remember.
Pets–None. I’m severely allergic to cats, don’t have the patience for a dog right now, and hell will freeze over before I get a hamster.
Essential Electronics–My laptop. My DVR. My iPod. And if Petey, my PDA, ever leaves me, life as I know it is over.
Gold or Silver–Gold.
Insomnia–Not in over a year, thank God. When I was on that ridiculous month-long steroid/antibiotic cocktail I had vicious insomnia. Now I sleep like the dead.
Job Title–”Pediatric Logistics Specialist.” I’d like to thank Karen over at PediaScribe for sharing that and hope she doesn’t mind if I use that on any stupid form that asks for my job title.
Most Admired Trait–Perseverance. Least Admired Trait–hypocrisy
Kids–Two sons, feels like 6. And we’re done. You know, I just thought of something. I can’t think of a single time when someone asked me if we were going to try for a girl after they met my sons. I think that’s pretty telling.
Phobia–Hold the phone, Mabel, don’t put me on a bridge.
Religion–Drives me nuts. Anyone see the CNN special on “God’s Warriors?” I only caught the Christian Warriors segment last night. I love distopian literature, but watching it play out in front of me is frightening. Oh, I suppose this was “what religion am I”…I’ll go with ELCA Lutheran with some “I live really close to Boulder” Zen thrown in for flavor.
Siblings–A younger brother…who is A, just 30 years apart.
Time I Wake Up–5:45, outta bed by 6.
Unusual Talent or Skill–Don’t so much know I have one, unless extreme multi-tasking is a unusual talent.
Vegetable I Refuse to Eat–Zucchini…and let’s just expand that to pretty much any kind of summer squash. I don’t know why, but they just drop kick my gag reflex. I’m trying to get better about that, since our CSA is providing a colon-load of squash right now, but…gack.
Worst Habit–I hate to exercise, I just keep thinking of all the things I could be doing with my time. I’m working on it, I really don’t care to drop dead in my mid-60s.
X-rays–I haven’t had one since college, when I had chronic calcium tendonitis in both feet. Marching band will do that to you.
My Favorite Meal–Anything I don’t have to cook.
Leaving this as an open tag. Whoever wants to play is invited. Have a good weekend!