Friday, May 11, 2007

Tagged again

Okay, Becky wants to play the "tag you're it game." This is what incredibly silly people like us do when we've run out of ideas. I haven't posted in a while because it's spring. It gets a bit nuts around here in spring. Baseball, softball, fishing...you know, the important stuff.

Let me fill me friends in on my latest venture. After attending a United Methodist conference (I know, not as boring as it sounds) last week, I came away with a desire to get involved in our church's fledgling Emerging Worship program. For those of you who don't know what that is, Google it. It's pretty interesting. I volunteered to be the drama coordinator. Which means I get to write my own skits. Unless I get a block, then I "borrow" one.

So that's what's going on in my life. Now, the eight things you didn't know about me:

1. I have three siblings (one deceased), and we were all born in different states.
2. I started elementary school in Hawaii.
3. My favorite place to live as a Navy brat was Washington state.
4. That's where I learned to snag "shiners" in Puget Sound.
5. I wrote my first story in Junior High. It was about a werewolf.
6. I had every intention of going to school for journalism after the Navy, but chickened out and went into engineering.
7. I am a Shellback, meaning I crossed the equator while in the Navy.
8. One of my favorite things to do is follow my wife around the Ice House in Grayling. It's a quilt shop that actually used to be an ice house. Of course, after that I go fly-fishing.

I don't know 8 people who haven't already been tagged. So this ends here!

3 comments:

Mark Terry said...

I wrote a short "musical" of Dracula in junior just for fun and gave it to my English teacher. His cousin, the Wolfman makes an appearance (singing "Hound Dog.")

Great, er, minds think alike, I guess.

Becky said...

Ron, you're a good sport. Thanks for playing. See, I learned some fun things about you!

Uh, don't know if you want to know this or not, Mark, but my mom used to complete the old adage: Great minds run in the same channel ... and so does dish water. Hmmm! LOL

Becky

Dineen A. Miller said...

Yay! It ends here! So excited for you on this new project. :-)