Sunday, March 26, 2006

Just in Case You Were Wondering...


I like Anne Taintor stuff, Diet Coke, digital cameras, greeting cards, soundtracks, steak, malts with lots of malt powder, taking classes, courdory, notecards, getting my eyebrows waxed, sudoku, mixed CDs, candles, secret hiding spots, small surprises, strawberry jam, chapstick, folky-guitar singer/songwriter music, powerful moments, mojitos, patio parties, getting my back scratched, scratching backs, wedding dances, Hall and Oates, scrapbooking, throwing pottery on a wheel, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, sitting with Tim on the couch, plain M&Ms, candles, family folklore, Heart of Glass by Blondie, Steak-n-Shake, gardens, chocolatey cereals, scratching things off with coins to see if I won, The Music Man, and open windows.


I don't like flip-flops, sleeveless shirts, big surprises, Oprah, Bill O'Reilly, sunflowers, soft and mushy apples, big dogs, narcissism (ironic, I know), saxophone music, contrived drama, tragedy, laundry, melon, dry skin, stepping on a Lego, tanning beds, holey socks, cilantro, redundancy, excuses, puppets, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, tardiness, television (unless it is in DVD form), Revenge of the Nerd movies, people who ask me when I am going to have a baby, that I don't have enough storage space, losing people, eating my words, commerical radio, people who speak loudly on their cell phones in restaurants, and pancakes.

5 comments:

jonasdavid said...

Hi Sara, it's Katie Mullen. I ran across your site on Marissa Solberg's blog. I love to read it. I kind of feel like I am evesdropping by reading, but I also feel like I know so much about you and you know nothing about me! I love the list of things you love and hate as they are so randomly different. I also think it is great that you still think highly of ND as so many people that leave hate it.
I just wanted to let you know that I enjoy reading your blog and to keep up the good work!

shelly said...

if i copy this idea am i being a pathetic blog fraud or a flattering friend? i love our shared egocentricity.

Sara said...

Shelly,
Well, since I saw this concept on a friend's blog and used it, it only seems natural for it to be passed along. I like the simplicity of this post and would love to read what you like and don't like. I can't wait.

Katie,
Thanks for commenting! I am glad I have another GF/RRHS reader. I think I have a few that lurk but do not comment. Comment anytime!

Dree said...

mmmm.... mojitos....

Carm said...

Seriously, you hate puppets? Who hates puppets? :)