Friday, February 10, 2012

Hi. It's Just Me.


A Game Of Tag

Courtney over at The Everything Soap Blog tagged me for a round of 11 Random Things About Me. I haven't done anything like this since I first started Mercantile Muse back in June of last year, so here we go.

First, the rules I must abide by:
  • Post these rules
  • Post 11 random things about yourself
  • Answer 11 questions that the tagger has created for you in their tag post
  • Create 11 new questions for the people you tag
  • Pick 11 people to tag and go to each person's blog that you chose to let them know they've been tagged
  • No spamming people - just let them know they've been tagged
Now, here's what you've all been wanting to know about me. (Maybe not, but you'll know it regardless if you keep reading this post.)



Before I can tag my 11, I'm supposed to also answer these questions from Courtney.

  1. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? Back to Italy.
  2. What was your first kiss like? OK, we're talking a long, long time ago people. Not too impressive, a neighborhood boy chased me down and robbed a smooch.
  3. What is your all-time favorite food? Half and half plate of Scallops & Clams. Fried. With tartar sauce. French fries on the side. Oh, and cheese. Oh, and pasta. Oh, and Dad's clam sauce. Oh, and Mom's Tuna Noodle Casserole. OK, that's it. Seriously Courtney, was I only supposed to pick one? Impossible!
  4. What is the funniest sneaky thing you've ever done? In high school we stole a traffic/construction horse, put it in the car, drove it to MacDonald's and put it in the drive thru. Also, we are known to hide the family mascot Maxie Dog in anyplace we can think of, including my parents bed and the fireplace.
  5. What do you hate doing more than anything else? Bookwork or confronting people. 
  6. Who do you like talking to the most? The gar man.
  7. What is your biggest regret? I'm not really a believer in regrets, they get you nowhere.
  8. What joke do you remember off the top of your head? What's the difference between a 'lady of the evening', a mistress and a wife? The lady of the evening says 'was it worth your money?', the mistress says 'was it as good for you as it was for me', and the wife says 'beige. I think I'll paint the ceiling beige.'
  9. What's the scariest story you've ever heard? Hhhhhhmmmm, I don't know about story, but I had a hard time watching the program Gar had on last night about the man who walked a tightrope between the World Trade Center towers and also had a hard time watching the 60 minutes special on the guy who climbs up cliffs free form, completely unattached. Kind of freaks me out. I watched both, but my stomach does serious flips considering what these people are doing. However, I don't have a problem going up to the top of the Empire State.
  10. Who makes you mad more often than anyone else? Probably myself.
  11. If you had a million dollars, what's the first thing you would buy? First thing I would 'do' is pay off the debt of everyone I love. After that I'd throw one helluva party to remember. Complete with dancing and singing of course.
Here's my 11. Play along if you'd like. If not, no worries. It's just for fun.

Celia at Falling Off A High Heeled Life
Kristen at Life By The Book
Cari-Jane at Hybrid Handmade
Duni at Duni's Studio
Tammy at Beatrice Banks
Angela at Garden and Sea
Alicia at Belle Maison Et Moi
Laura at Tillie Tulip
Jess at StuckInAZoo
Traci at All Things LuciRae
SP (Alfie's Mom) at Sweet Posy Dreams (I apologize for not knowing your name, but I've never seen it associated with your etsy account or blog so I just think of you as Sweet Posy and Alfie's Mom)

And here's my questions for those who play along:

1. What's the name of your first pet, if you had one?
2. What's your favorite place that you have lived?
3. Comedy or Drama?
4. What's your favorite childhood memory?
5. Rollercoasters? Yes or no?
6. What size shoe do you wear?
7. What's your favorite word?
8. Did you participate in any activity in school?
9. What was your favorite subject in school?
10. What are your top three movies of all time?
11. What's the most recent book you read that you couldn't put down?

Feel free to post a random thing about yourself in the comments! Just a fun way to get to know each other better.

Freeform Friday

It's another crazy, warm day here. I will get over to the field with the dog for sure at the end of the day. Seriously, it's high 40s!!!

Here's a something to get your feet moving. Gar and I always hit the dance floor to this one. We saw the Mavericks yearsago  and they were a ton of fun....2,3,4.  Click here if you're reading by email.



Any plans for the weekend? We're supposed to get a little snow in the morning (I know, that's New England for you), so probably a 'little' shoveling. I'd also love to get to the Winter Farmer's Market tomorrow, but will have to see how the day shakes out.  Whatever you do, enjoy.

Ciao,

22 comments:

  1. Thank you for including me in the list. It was fun to read your 11 random things. How clever that you put pictures with them.

    Lynette - Sweet Posy Dreams

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    1. HI LYNETTE!!! *** waving madly**** aka sweet posy, aka Alfie's mom.

      just loved that story about your daughter's name. crack me up!

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  2. Thanks for the tag - ohh, I'm going to have to have a think about all those questions and random things! One random thing for now - I had two russian hamsters called Glasnost and Perestroika!

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    1. ok, first off...........were they 'really' Russian? I never had a hamster but they sure are cute. I love that they were revolutionaries :)

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  3. I forgot to say...I'm LOVING the polka dot bra worn 'superman' style (ie: underwear as outerwear)

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  4. Wow your blog is beautiful! So glad I stopped by... :-) (RiverKin on Etsy)

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    1. Thanks Vicky. Glad I found your post. Great stuff. Happy to have you 'round the Muse.

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  5. This is very fun! It may take me a few days (er, weeks) but I will get to it! :) Taps makes me cry, too. And bagpipes.

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    1. ok, it DID take longer than i expected, but it was fun. i'll tell my sister we're not the only ones who cry at taps.

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  6. Wow Pam...we've never met but after reading this, I feel like i know you in person...thanks for sharing, love your blog!

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    1. You're sweet! well, you certainly know me a little bit bette Sigal :) I can't devulge everything all at once......LOL!

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  7. Hi Pam!
    it was so nice learning more about you! I love how you did this tag with pictures. What fun! But you won't find me out in a blizzard ;-)
    have a fabulous weekend!
    Duni

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    1. Hi Duni, what? you don't want to be out in a blizzard? I think it's the New Englander in me, what can I say.

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  8. Fun post. And so much for the little bit of snow this morning, neary a flake here! And I love a good blizzard too, something about 'hunkering down' with all the provisions..... Even don't mind a black-out now and then. Keeps things interesting!

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    1. We got just about zippo down here Kathy. I very, very light flurry for about 5 minutes. Ah well. I'm withy ou....I love hunkering down in bad weather and also like a black out now and then. Cause for excitement, change from the 'usual'.

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  9. Oh Pam! I just love to check in to see what you day is like. One of these days I coming over for your enchiladas and margaritas. Love ya:)

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  10. Celine!!! You know you can come over for enchiladas anytime. You make the margs girlfriend. backatcha....xoxo

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  11. This was a fun post Pam, loved reading it. I also love seafood, and dancing, dogs and Italy. Oh and I hate paperwork!

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    1. Hi Jill, I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who loves those things and HATES paperwork!!!

      ARGH! (as i sits on my desk waiting to be done). yuck.

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  12. This is such an amazing post! I love everything about you. Your kiss story had me in stitches!

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    1. seriously, now, had it been a boy that i'd been hankering over it's be a much better story. but he was one of my neighborhood 'pals'. eeeww. like kissing your brother. just not right.

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