Monday, October 20, 2008

quirky and Unspectacular?

So, I've had some tagging, blog love from Loz and Dinny, The Crafty Librarian and Che & Fidel (bet you thought I forgot or wasn't playing didn't you?)
The Rules (I don't like rules, but here they are):
- Link to the person/people who tagged you.
- Mention the rules.
- Tell six quirky yet boring, unspectacular details about yourself.
And here are the quirky, unspectacular facts:
1) I'm a big softie at heart, you've only got to say 'please' and if I've got it, you can have it.
2) I CAN NOT listen to 'Dire Straits' or 'The Eagles'. Sorry if you are a fan, I personally find both these bands profoundly boring.
3) I have tiny feet! A size 5.5, which are increasingly hard to come by these days, so I wear a 6, with inner-soles, unless they are vintage of course.
4) I own around 20 vintage aprons, of which I only wear about 3.
5) I get 'crushes' on albums, and go through fazes of listening to the same one for a couple of weeks or so .. then I move on to the next. I'm 41 so you can imagine I've had a fair few albums on 'high rotation'.
6) My favourite movie, since the age of 9 is 'the Wizard of Oz'.
No tagging from me, I think all the blogs I visit have already done this one!


msaims said...

i've got itty bitty feeties too!

Stomper Girl said...

I can't do the Eagles either. But I was in a veeeeery groovy pub recently and they started playing Brothers in Arms, I'm hoping they played it ironically, and I didn't come out in hives as I would have if you'd played it to me 10 years ago. But once was definitely enough.

Cosy said...

I'm with you on the Eagles (arrgh! Just kill me now!).

Awwwww, little tiny feet! Oh I envy you.

Loz and Dinny said...

I know what you mean about the Eagles ... what does he mean anyway when he syas he's trying to loosen his load with 7 women on his mind????? Nice n
knitted Newtown pole too!

Chooks'r'us said...

Ditto on playing albums on high rotation, hating Dire Straits and The Eagles and loving the Wizard of Oz - I'm about to turn 40 so I guess we're the same generation.