I missed you, Thursday Thirteen. A week is not a week without you.
I've been tagged for a six-random-things-about-me meme by Danielle (hers is really funny by the way and totally random -- like loving the smell of skunks. Skunks!) And since it's Thursday, I'll add seven more and make it 13 because why not. So here goes.
1. I have a complex about my arms. I am always afraid that fatarm will get in the picture. I purposely make sure to take straight-on photos to keep fatarm at bay. I hate it when I forget and it sneaks in there.
2. I speak another language. Called "gibberish." Sometimes (often) I find myself in deep thought, and, as if out of nowhere, I blurt out something about whatever it is I happen to be in deep thought about, as if the person I am with had been involved in the conversation in its entirety. Which leaves them often bewildered and confused. Like the time I was at lunch with my husband thinking about what to make for dinner and thinking wouldn't it be great for me to make a yummy stir-fry because I have all these vegetables and chicken and rice at home when I said, "I think I'll wok the chicken tonight." Which came out, "I think I'll walk the chicken tonight." And my husband had this dumbfounded look on his face, and then you could actually see the thought process going on in his head while he tried decipher or translate whatever it was I just said. He knows me well enough now that he's actually getting pretty good at translating my gibberish (which is often completely unintelligible) because I do this all the time.
3. I love Candlebox. I'm going to see them Friday and stand in the front row like I did last summer when I was pregnant. No one seems to like Candlebox anymore. They were so 1993. But I do. I'm their biggest fan.
4. I love those candy dots that are stuck on the paper. The ones that you get like 5 long sheets in the pack. I'm convinced the pink and blue are the yummiest and the yellow is lemon, but really I think they're just sugar dots with a side of paper.
-Link to the person who tagged you.
-Tell six (in my case, 13) quirky, yet boring, unspectacular details about yourself.
-Tag six other bloggers by linking to them. (If you are reading this, consider yourself tagged! And let me know if you did it and I'll come by!)
-Go to each person’s blog and leave a comment that lets them know they’ve been tagged.
-If you participate, let the person who tagged you know you’ve posted your quirks