Andrea over at About 100% was nice enough to pick me as one of three bloggers she’d like to learn three things about. It involves a giant number three, sharing three things about yourself, and then picking three bloggers you’d also like to learn three things about. I’m saying three a lot.
1. Last night I dreamed I had a live chicken stuck in my hair, and while someone was trying to get its feet un-tangled from my ponytail, I thought to myself, “Well, at least I can blog about it tomorrow.” Then I woke up and decided to blog about it anyway even though that’s much less interesting than if I had actually gotten a chicken stuck in my hair.
2. I consider the fact that I both washed some sheets and left the house to buy bread today an astounding achievement. I wrote that previous sentence before I had actually left the house to buy bread, so my confidence is at an all-time high.
3. My dad used to add a half an hour to every hour-plus trip and 15 minutes to every half hour trip so as to reduce the amount of complaining towards the “end” of the trip. I would even make two 90 minute mix tapes to cover the “three hour trip” to grandma’s house. When we always arrived before I had heard all of both tapes, I chalked it up to extra tape in the cassette. I trusted what my dad told me so much I didn’t figure out this scheme until I actually had to drive one of the routes myself in college.
Here’s three bloggers for you to check out and maybe we’ll learn three things about them on their blogs (or, really, you can learn three things about them by just visiting their blogs):
1. Craftwhack: Jeanette writes about a lot of things and is very funny. Most importantly, she’s willing to take pictures of her adorable child being sad at the taste of her homemade fruit treats and given me express permission to laugh and laugh at her sad child.
2. The Reedster Speaks: Cindy started her blog in December, and she is a very funny lady. She’s also a lot of fun on Twitter, too. And, she regularly gives me Klout in Superman and Barry White and I try to up her influence in Salad.
3. Misty’s Laws: Misty is great. She’s been shown a lot of love lately with blog posts devoted to her wonderfulness, and she was even recently inducted into the League of Funny Bitches. This is all well-deserved as she is indeed funny, and also a very supportive, friendly blogger.
22 thoughts on “Brought to You by the Number Three”
Bread and washed the sheets?! Overachiever. Glad you got that chicken out of your hair – sounds like a traumatic dream. Good picks too!
Thanks! After having such a big day yesterday, I’m sure I’ll be back to underachieving today.
so calling you a “chicken-head” is kind of a compliment.
your dad is brilliiant. I’m obsessed with time esp on road trips with the girls. i’m incorporating that idea. what a visionary,
It was pretty brilliant, right? Your girls will never be late if it sinks in well enough.
Last night I dreamed I killed a man by knocking him unconscious and putting his face near an open gas line hookup. What a coincidence!
You’d have been in more trouble if yours was real,. Although, it would be more interesting as a blog post either way.
I’m very relieved. I thought I was the only one that had that dream.
Aannnd off to check out new blogs!
How long is your hair, Guap?
Just below my shoulders. Very funny when I scuba dive without tying it down…
So you’re always on the lookout for underwater chickens.
I wonder what Freud would say about that chicken dream…
Love hearing about new blogs. Thanks for hooking us up!
Freud would say that the chicken represents the penis I wish I had attached to my head. And I’d say, “Freud, you so crazy.”
It took me all day to get back here to comment, but here it is . . .
Oh, you wanted more? Sigh. So demanding!
Thanks for the shout out, babe. I feel honored to be one of your 3. Now I have to try to think of 3 interesting things that anyone might want to know about me. Hmmm . . . this might take some time. I’m not very interesting. 🙂
You’ve been to a renaissance fair within the last few months – you are interesting!
That dream says it all! Yes I often think well at least I can blog about it…
The chicken was also growling, that tipped me off that I may be dreaming.
I don’t know why, but I have a taste for a chicken salad sandwich right now. But I feel like it would be too long of a drive to get one…l
Ha! Love it.
Buying bread IS an achievement. Have you counted the varieties? I get so overwhlemed in the bread aisle that I can’t buy anything. On those weeks I just spread peanut butter on my kids hands before they leave for school.
The bread aisle is pretty ridiculous. The peanut butter selection is getting wider, too.
Game on! Plus I understand completely your feelings of success in purchasing bread. I’ve yet to leave the house today.
Yeah, I haven’t left the house today yet, either. Wednesday was definitely my productivity high point this week.