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7 Odd and Interesting Things About Me

I was tagged by Wardeh to do this. I wouldn’t do this for just anyone, but I love her blogs & since I plan to drop by for a visit if I ever get to Oregon, I’ll accommodate her on this one. 🙂 So here goes…

1. Though I’m generally considered a quiet, reserved, meek person, I can be embarrassingly blunt at times.

2. I am just itching to take dance lessons – especially ballet, but I’d enjoy other types of dance as well.

3. My entrepreneurial, cabinet-making husband keeps me out of my comfort zone. He’s developing a new branch of his business, and I…yes, I am the “webmaster” of his new website. Please don’t laugh. I know the site is very simple & still needs work, but I’m so proud of what I’ve done there.

4. I hate to dust — and it shows. 🙁

5. Though my mother may find this hard to believe, I’m a habitual bed-maker.

6. My husband & I didn’t “date” each other before we were engaged. We’ve been married 12 years now.

7. I birthed all 4 of my children at home.

I don’t follow many blogs, and the few I do follow I seldom comment on (sorry!). So, here are a few who (hopefully) won’t be terribly surprised by getting tagged by me. Amy Ellen, Leanne, Stephanie.


  1. Bethany,

    A delightful list!

    Did you know that we had two home births? For the first birth (a C), I was not a convert yet. 😀

    I hate to dust also, will NEVER dance. Well, maybe in heaven. 😉

    You’re doing a fabulous job on your husband’s website.

    Thanks for participating! Love, Wardeh

    P.S. You’re welcome to visit us anytime! Be warned now though. We are surrounded by mud and poop and our dreams are nowhere near realized on our wanna-be homestead.

  2. Milkmaid

    February 20, 2009 at 10:55 am


    Concerning the mud & poop, I say poop-schmoop! After 4 babies & 4 years of homesteading, I’m not squeamish. I actually have an appreciation for certain bacteria.

    Finally, I’m proud to know someone who’s following their dreams in a sustainable way. Your dream homestead will be sweeter for it. We hope to have one of our own again someday. (My favorite chore was milking our shorthorn cow – quiet, peaceful, rhythmic.)

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