I am not much of a memer (have I just made up this word? A memer, a person who answeres memes?) but, Peggy at Day to Day Life of a Very Lazy Gardener tagged me with this Am I Weird Too? meme. As I told her in a comment, sometimes, I think I am so weird, that I wonder if I am normal 😉
1. As I revealed here once, I own and play with a gameboy. I have been doing this for years, but surprisingly, I still play Tetris on that console and love it. Last year, I lost my Gameboy on a train and had to buy another one.
2. I don’t like babies and small children, therefore I am not particularly anxious to become a grandmother. I am afraid I will be a lousy one. Now, as Chancy said yesterday in a comment, if my daughter decides to have children, which hopefully for her sake, she will, I will have no choice 😉
3. I have no sense of direction whatsoever. Most particularly when I’m driving. It seems that I can’t do two things at the same time, driving and finding my way. I get lost every single time I visit with my favourite cousins who live in the provinces and they have to come and fetch me, somewhere in their neighbourhood, but lost!
4. I can’t attend lectures. I get incredibly bored, whatever the subject. It’s probably because I’ve been doing the talking all my life and can’t stand another person doing it instead. Remember? I used to be a teacher.
5. I am a compulsive photographer and have uploaded some 13,500 photos on flickr. Now, I know of one of my friends who has uploaded almost twice as many in approximately the same time. Does that make me a little less weird? 😉
6. I hate beetroots with a passion. I cannot even eat something that has been in contact with a piece of beetroot. And I hate the sweet flavour of the things. I hate broccoli too and will not touch it. I haven’t even taken a photograph of either of those veggies.
- I don’t want to tag anyone, but feel free to tell how weird you are on your blog.
- If you’re wondering about the weird sign at the top of the page, it was at the entrance to a bank, and I had to ask what it meant. It means ‘one at a time’