Sunday, July 29, 2007

i'm usually a size small

Size Small 'tag' photo unwittingly contributed by flickr member callum finlay
upon arriving home late last night-baggage-less (more on this later-god love delta and all of it's total inadequacies) i've been 'tagged!" by two different fellow, bloggers, robyn @ gardenrooms and leah @ morewaystowastetime.
which in turn means i will keep the game going by passing the challenge on to 8 other "blog-eagues"
so here goes. 8 things you may or may not know about me.
  1. i had a crush on abe lincoln in the 3rd grade, upon learning about his altruism (i may still have a teensy crush) .
  2. i skipped the first grade
  3. i'm too pragmatic to believe in 'magic' and "luck" but every wish i've made on a shooting star has come true. go figure.
  4. i can't remember a string of numbers so, instead i assign a letter to each, to create a word.
  5. in junior high, i had a HUGE crush on andrew jackson's visage on the 20 dollar bill (what? you'll never see a 20 the same way again.seriously, he is sort of hot.)
  6. i wanted to be a veterinarian but chose a collegiate social life over academia. plus it was much easier to illustrate, than to memorize periodic tables.
  7. i have a B.F.A. in illustration, but am not inspired by my abilities and so don't illustrate too much these days.
  8. i am the mother of 2 little girls who are my raison d'etre.
and so in accordance to the rules, i shall send this challenge along to my following blog-eagues. (a few won't know me from adam)

5 comments:

robyn said...

You're the best Megan, I totally understand the crush thing... too cute. Your abilities to draw are amazing.

beachbungalow8 said...

thanks rob! Love ya

style court said...

Hope the trip was magical! Thanks for sharing and tagging me -- may be a few days before I get something together. Yes, please share your thoughts on the Chapman Radcliff zebra chest. I'll post your suggestions.

And what is Delta's problem? My family has had such issues with them lately. Ugghh....

BonjourBruxelles said...

Ciao, Megan! you and your mid-century hotties. Who knew? Glad you're back. Love to hear more.

beachbungalow8 said...

the trip, if you can see past my moaning, was magical. i wish all of you could have been there. it was sweaty, and buggy and a bit 3rd world. but heck, it was worth the memories.
and yes, i do have something for, posthumous men of power.

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