From a photograph by Solomon D. Butcher of four daughters of rancher Joseph M. Chrisman, at their sod house in Custer County, Nebraska. From left to right, Harriet, Elizabeth, Lucie, and Ruth. Photographed in 1886.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Six Things

About me



I was recently tagged by Angie of 5 Kids, My Husband, and Me. I'm supposed to tell six things about myself, so here goes:

  • My favorite quick breakfast is toasted homemade rolls with peanut butter.
  • Most rooms in my house are painted in shades of ivory. Will I continue this trend when I repaint the bathroom? Only time will tell.
  • I wear the same pair of earrings most of the time, and most of my work wardrobe is built around black slacks.
  • I prefer two-lane highways and backroads, paved or unpaved.
  • I would love to take the next few months off from my job!
  • I am a lifelong cat-lover, even though both our kitties are terribly disobedient and disrespectful.

I'm supposed to tag six other bloggers, but I don't usually have much luck with that. Instead, anyone is welcome to do the meme and let us know the link in the comments here. Thanks.

2 comments:

winecountrydog said...

Howlo! I'm a cat lover all my doglife, but I can't say that I understand them. They herd balls okay, but they won't sit-stay.

Woof licks to pretty Skittles and Casper!

Genevieve said...

Howlo to you, Winecountrydo. Skittles and Casper might appreciate the sentiment, but they definitely would not sit-stay for any woof licks. They'd be up a tree at the speed of ball-herding to the third power.

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