Tagged Twice

I have now been tagged twice by Kris.   Here is my List eight habits or facts about myself, then tag eight more people. Okay, here’s my list…

1.  A few generations back my family invented barb wire.

2. I have spent 4 weeks in Australia with my dad after I graduated from college.

3. I actually like liver.  I know it sounds pretty awful but I do.  I don’t admit that to too many people.

4. Developed Gall Stones from my first pregnancy.  Not fun!!

5.  Both my children were delivered via c-section.  Nice rounds head they have!!

6.  Had surgery on each eye.  First when I was 5 and the other when I was 10.

7.  Had to get up in the middle of the night to help dad milk the cows before going to school.  Believe me I am not that old to be telling such a story.

8.  I have always wanted to write a book. 

Okay – now that I have created another list (some things may even be duplicates) I am tagging a few people.  Let’s see if they respond.

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4 thoughts on “Tagged Twice

  1. BTW, you have a very interesting list. also enjoy liver, especially the way my MIL prepares it! Most be fun milking cows, but I am not so sure about getting up early to do it!!!Have a great day 🙂

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  2. Hee – got the tag from you and Kris, and responded on my blog! I love liver too – chicken liver and beef liver both. Oh, and buffalo liver too, which we can get here from the local bison farm. Great with cooked onions.What an interesting list of facts – write that book!!

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