Tuesday, 26 February 2008


I've been tagged by Karan, Tracy and Kyrie! Now I've had this tag a few times before and, as I'm not that interesting I'm not sure just what weird and random facts I could tell you!

Once you are tagged, link back to the person who tagged you.
Post the Rules on your blog.
Post 7 weird or random facts about yourself on your blog.
Tag 7 people and link them.
Comment on their blog to let them know they have been tagged.

Seven weird or random facts about me:

  1. Looking at Nicki's facts reminded me that I had mumps when I was 21 and chicken pox when I was 31! Obviously I didn't "do" childhood diseases as a child! I was so ill when I had chicken pox I couldn't get out of bed and my DH had to take time of work to look after me and our children.
  2. I struggle with confidence issues and can't get out of the habit of putting myself down.
  3. I could cry at anything and wish my hormones would settle down and let me be normal again.
  4. I love Winter and wish we still had lots of snow and frosts like we did years ago. It makes me feel so much better when the day starts off with a frost followed by the sun rather than rain and dullness.
  5. I met my DH when I was going out with his cousin!
  6. I never wanted children when DH and I were first married but I am so glad I changed my mind.
  7. I wanted to be a linguist but ended up leaving school and working in a shop because my Mum was ill and I couldn't bear the hassle of keeping on studying and coping with stuff at home.

I'm not going to tag anyone as I see a lot of them going about.


Barbeeque4 said...

Hi Sally,
Thanks for stopping by the blog!!!! and for the really nice things you had to say. QC was a really nice stitch. I went to you QFRR and I have that pattern in my stash, but where is the time ti work that sucker up? :) What lovely work you all do, I will be keeping a close watch on the progress!!

take care,

Nicki said...

You know, I don't think I've ever had mumps. We're obviously two of a kind! I was really ill with chickenpox too - spots everywhere, even in my eyelids and mouth. Ewww.

sammyjo said...

Wow very interesting, i love the part about your husbands cousin.And stop putting your self down their are plenty of people who do that for us, and you have no reason to put your self down from everything i've read on your blog, your kind, caring and great at what you do!

Karan said...

Thanks for not minding about being tagged. Some interesting facts there Sally.
For #2 & #3: (((((hugs))))).

Karen said...

when I had chicken pox the only place I didn't have spots were the soles of my feet and the palms of my hands lol, it then went into glandular(sp)fever what fun!!!!!
I love winter used to love it when the army had to drop food off in the fields as our village was cut off,