Friday, October 27, 2006

Sleeping boys, and tagged again...

My bigger boys had a loooooong sleep today after all the excitement yesterday... Erik just woke up now (2.50pm) after going to bed at midday... Luey is still asleep. Bryn slept till about 2pm, but two hours isn't unusual for any of them in recent months... I love it when they have a long sleep the day after lots of people have been over, or we've been out on a big excursion, because I'm usually whacked out too. It shouldn't suprise me really. Both Dave and I are introverts, and I guess the boys must be too, interacting with other people takes it out of us all...

Ok, I'm considering myself tagged after reading Jayne's blog... Didn't realise this tagging was going on, so didn't feel left out, but glad Jayne put out a general tag, so I didn't have to go check every blog to see if someone else had by chance tagged me, hahaha...

Here are are the rules to play:
List 5 weird things about yourself or your pets.
Tag 5 friends and list them.
Those people then need to write on their blogs about 5 weird things, and state the rules, and tag 5 more people.
Don’t forget to let the people you tagged know by posting a comment on their blog!

1. Despite have about 20% of my brain missing, I can walk, talk, and basically function at a relatively intelligent level - something I'm recently even more amazed and endlessly grateful for...

2. I've had 39 legal addresses, and I'm 34 years old...

3. I've had three legal names in two countries, and only one of them was MY choice...

4. I think on 4 distinct "channels" at any one time (have four destinct concurrent trains of thought going at any moment) and even in deep meditation cannot still my mind, it is a physical impossibility for me...

5. I'm an uncanny jreader of people, what motivates them, how they're likely to act and think in any situation, my first impression of a person is basically never wrong. And yet, I'm not good with people, I very rarely think like other people or view the world even in a similar way to other people, I tend to be socially out of step.

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