Monday, March 31, 2008

Meme-foolery from a fellow Fairbanksan

Ok, I live in North Pole, but close enough for our purposes.

Theresa, author of My Fairbanks Life, tagged me in a meme. We don't actually know each other, but we do have some people in common. It's a small town, you know. I won't be tagging anyone, because most of my blogpatriots are involved in Nathan's writing exercise, and we don't need any extra stress!

So, without further ado, here's the meme:

Go through your archives and link to five of your favourite posts that pertain to the following categories. Then pass it along to five other bloggers, two of them should be people you know but could stand to learn something about, and the others can be new friends. (Great idea, not gonna happen here)

Link one must be a post about family.

To The Woman I Married, because she is family, even if she's not my wife or even married anymore.

Link two must be a post about friends.

Tolovana 2008, because you better be friends with people you're spending time with, naked.

Link three must be a post about yourself.

I try not to write about myself, but I think some of my insecurities and pomposity come through on I'll take "Potential Humiliation" for 200, Alex.

Link four must be a post about something you love.

I love lots of things. Food, books, language, and music all seem to be recurring topics. Along with the Unalaska/Dutch Harbor Police Blotter. But, I'll go for the obvious and pick the spouse and kitties. Mostly because they are right here and I would be in big trouble if I didn't pick them. Eek.

Link five can be a post about anything you choose.

I'm intrigued by how I will be able to write something that fits into the Sophie from Shinola exercise. Of course, that's a post that has yet to be finished, so I hope I haven't violated the spirit of the meme.

Theresa, thanks for tagging me, this was fun! Maybe I'll hear you on the radio sometime...

1 comment:

Theresa said...

Yahoo! Don't fool me with that Nenana ice gag. We're filling out our tickets TODAY.