Kats (wildrider) wrote,

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In which I enjoy the weekend

I saw this meme and felt like doing it, even though I wasn't tagged: Tell 6 things about yourself and then tag six more people to do the same, no tag backs:

1) I love to shop. For everything, from groceries to clothes. It feeds my sad adoration of material items.

2) I love mountains. High mountains, far from "civilization," where all you can hear is the sound of the wind blowing through the pine trees or stillness - pure stillness, where you can listen to your own pulse and see the face of God.

3) I often say I was born with two actual talents: writing and cooking. Everything else I can do I had to work hard at, and eventually became decent at or even came to excel at, but cooking and writing came as easily as breathing.

4) I have a non-addictive personality. Seriously, and I'm not just saying that. It's hard for me to even form decent habits. I can totally forget to do something I've been doing religiously every day for years. About the only thing I'm "addicted" to is caffeine, and I could probably drop that totally except for the physical headache part (I was able to get rid of it completely for a couple months but got hooked again when Diet Coke w/Lime came out - if they sold that Decaf, then I could do it again). Or maybe television. {g}

5) I am one of those people who think that any dessert without chocolate is a sub-dessert. I know it is completely unfair to such delectables as strawberry shortcake or fruit pies, but it's a gut reaction I have when served non-chocolate desserts.

6) One of the reasons I have so much junk is I have a hard time getting rid of anything that was given to me by, or reminds me of, someone I care(d) about. My mom is able to receive a gift, enjoy it for a while, then pass it on or throw it out. I have a hard time doing that. I have boxes of stuff people have given me; I'm getting better, but it's still hard to just get rid of it...

I'm not going to tag anyone. If you read it and feel like doing it, be my guest.

It's funny, though. One of our "diversity training" things we did this week at work involved telling six things about oneself.

Today we went clothes shopping again. I found a pair of clogs that DON'T cut my instep (hooray, classy casual shoes at last!), while rahirah found several good pair. When I have money again I really want to have the second bunion surgery, then maybe I could find dressy sandals I can actually wear. The dollar rack there at Last Chance was filled with gorgeous little "prom" style dresses, and for a buck I now have a slinky little velvet dress - wow, I look pretty good! I need a strapless bra for it, though. And probably some shoes. (When did I turn into such a GIRL?!?)
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