Sunday, November 2, 2008


Ashley, author of A Country Maiden's Lane, has tagged me to list six random things about myself. I'm so old that the only game of tag I've ever played involved a whole lot of running. This new sort of tag is perfectly fitted to my current speed and agility.

  1. I won't use the voicemail feature of our phone system; it's always turned off.

  2. The north entrance of our Wal*Mart makes me feel dismal, so I always endeavor to use the south entrance.

  3. I made peace with my freckles at age 25.

  4. I'm 1/16th Cherokee (plus English and Scottish) by national heritage.

  5. When I'm passenger in a vehicle, I read cookbooks.

  6. Thinking of Jesus, Himself, wiping away tears -- unmerited love and His touch -- makes me cry.



The Rules:

• Link to the person who tagged you.
• Post the rules on your blog.
• Write Six Random Things about yourself.
• “Tag” six-or-so other people at the bottom of your post.
• Leave comments on their blogs, letting them know they’ve been tagged.
• Let the person who tagged you know when you’ve written the post.

Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. ~Philippians 3:13, 14


Son3 said...

The deed you have requested is done.

Janie said...

Mean old me....I don't do tags, but loved reading yours. Why does the north entrance of Walmart make you sick? I am interested since parts of Walmart make me sick, but not all of it. Usually the laundry soap and fabric softener aisle since the smells are just too much! I love to read cookbooks, too, but I can't read in a moving car....I get really throw-uppy. Is that a word? I am sure that was more about me than you wanted to know today!

~CarolineNot said...

Janie, your comments were 'bout the same as playing tag, and you gave us a great a new word: throw-uppy. Ü I'm sorry, though, that portions of Wal*Mart make you sick.

I should have used a better word describing my reaction to that north entrance, so I changed it. I could do a thesis on the store's music...and perhaps I shall.

Pam said...

I've so enjoyed your blog tonight. I came via Janie's blog. I find it fascinating that I too have Cherokee blood along with Scottish!

~CarolineNot said...

Well, thanks for stopping by, Pam, and dropping a note. It is, indeed, interesting that we share a similar, recent heritage. Ü I enjoy pondering the fact, too, that everyone on earth is related to one-another.