Thursday, March 13, 2008

Tagged!!!

I’ve been tagged by Scrap Evangel! Here’s 7 random facts about me:

1) I was born on a little island in Alaska.
2) I speak Spanish really well, and a little bit o’ French.
3) I have 2 degrees, a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Arts in Teaching. My next goal is to try and become a Special Ed. Teacher.
4) My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 4 years with no luck, so now we’re foster parents. Currently we have a 19-year old Native American boy/man-in-training living with us.
5) I love fishing.
6) I am a reading addict.
7) I love chocolate, ice cream, dry top ramen, mashed potatoes, and processed cheese. These are my favorite comfort foods.

8 comments:

Scrap Evangel said...

Thanks for playing! All the best on your goals. Have you ever considered becoming a Speech and Language Therapist? It's under the Special Ed. umbrella. I always encourage people to consider it because there's always such a shortage and so easy to find a job in this field. Just a thought...

Ana Baird said...

Thanks for sharing!

Ana Baird said...

Forgot to say I'm a native Spanish speaker.

joscelyne cutchens said...

i had the wrong link to your blog on my blog... but got it fixed. I love reading people's tags... random stuff is so interesting to me!

Michelle said...

yum, mashed potatoes...and yay for foster parents! That's wonderful! =)

Marilyn said...

Dry Top Ramen!?!?!?!?!? You must explain this! We missed you last night at the crop. I hope everything is alright! I am glad you were able to go back to church, I know how hard it is to do.

Samantha said...

Fun facts, but I'm very curious about the dry Top Ramen. You mean you don't cook it? You just eat it crunchy? Hey, whatever works for you, I say go for it!!

Toni said...

Hey! I love fishing too. ;) Stream fishing for trout (fly rods). We used to fish for Walleye on Lake Erie when we lived in Ohio, and we fish for bass and bluegill on our pond out back.

And you know I know the journey of #4. I just know, ya know? Prayers, friend.
Blessings,
~Toni~