6 Things Meme

Cindy tagged me for the “6 unimportant facts about me” meme last week. Sorry it took me so long to post!!!

The rules are:
Link back to the person who tagged you.
Post the rules on your blog.
Share six unimportant things about yourself.
Tag six random people at the end of your blog entry.
Let the tagged people know by leaving a comment on their blogs.

1. I have a special coffee cup that I only use on the weekends.
2. I can touch my nose with my tongue.
3. I’m not flexible. At all.
4. I have hammertoes.
5. I like to “slumber party” on the couch on the weekends. No alarm, digital cable (instead of the basic that’s in the bedroom) ~ it’s heaven.
6. I love to travel.

Are there 6 people who haven’t done this yet? If you haven’t yet done this meme, congratulations and tag you’re it!

9 thoughts on “6 Things Meme

  1. Not flexible but you can touch your tongue to your nose! You can believe me when I immediately tried it 😉I wasn’t flexible as a kid and I sure ain’t flexible now.I don’t know what hammer toes are but I call Bob’s toes ‘hammerheads’ like the shark.Hey, you have to out yourself as a possible witch!! 😉Cindys


  2. Cindy ~ I definitely could believe that you tried it 🙂 Evidently my tongue is the only flexible part of my body. And I completely forgot to out myself as a possible witch ~ I was trying to be original 🙂Nath ~ Hammertoes just means that my toes are curled ~ especially the ones right next to my big toes.


  3. Kate ~ I’m glad to see I’m not the only one with a special cup. Mine’s a mug from Alaska. It’s huge and technically probably holds 2 “real” cups of coffee in it.


  4. I have a special mug for work. It’s says “Princess – Quite a Lot” (by Mary Engelbrecht. I love it. Bob thinks I’m a princess but I’m really not. I am flexible only because my mom took me to ballet class for two years when I was about 8. I think if you do that sort of thing when you are a kid your body is forever flexible. But I can’t do the nose-tongue thing. We each have our own talents 🙂


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