8 things about me

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Melissa over at Melissa’s Place has tagged me to write a post on ?¢‚Ǩ?ì8 things about me?¢‚Ǩ¬ù.

The Rules:

?¢‚Ǩ?ìEach person posts the rules before their list, then they list 8 things about themselves. At the end of the post, that person tags and links to 8 other people and then visits those peoples?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢ sites and comments letting them know that they have been tagged, and to come read the post, so they know what they have to do.?¢‚Ǩ¬ù

8 Things About Me

  1. I am a singer. A trained one as well. However, the most singing I do lately is in church and to my children. When I feel like really letting out I sing to Loreena McKennitt, Sin?ɬ©ad O’Connor and U2. Sometimes my own music as well, written long ago.
  2. I was married to the greatest man in the world 12 years ago (plus some, since it’s July).
  3. I have a deep, strong, abiding testimony of Jesus Christ and His Gospel. I don’t share it often enough, but it is there.
  4. I am a Nutritional Consultant, trained and certified and registered
  5. I have PCOS
  6. I want many children. No number really. But I am not holding my breath. I am happy with the ones I have already.
  7. I lived in Ireland (Dublin to be exact) in 1990.
  8. I love to run. I hated it as a child, but found a great desire and love for it, as an adult.

I will tag:

  1. Mum at Charity Never Faileth
  2. Nikki at Isn’t this kind of personal?
  3. Jen at My Serendiptious Life
  4. Jessica at The Gibbon Family
  5. Carmen at La Dolce Vita
  6. Rob (my brother) at LibTech Life

Ok yeah I know I am supposed to do two more, but I can’t find the urls and I have to get off this computer before it fries. The fan is out and we are awaiting a new arrival hopefully tomorrow.

13 thoughts on “8 things about me

  1. lol…you just do…at least, well, I do. I love the feeling of it and especially how I feel afterwards. What really feels good is running harder. Really!

  2. Melissa

    Oh good luck to your brother! I love counseling people in nutrition (not that I have done it in an official manner as of yet, but pretty much informally)

  3. The learning to run thing, I think, has a lot in common with other crazy self-abusive activities like smoking and eating disorders – it’s all about an endorphin release. What feels good is not always good for you…

    …although runners want to claim some sort of peripheral ‘health benefit’ for some reason. ;)

  4. Running is great for me.

    Yes, a terrific health benefit. It helped me lose 126 lbs, but that’s not why I run, I run to become stronger, faster and accomplish goals. Yes, I love it. Lots and lots.

    People who diss it are just jealous.

  5. I’ve tried running.
    I hate it soooooo much.
    I’m afraid that I can’t take long periods of boredom, maybe I’m a bit ADD or something. Running is painfully unstimulating for me. Over and above the fact that I’m getting exercise, it does nothing for me.
    I need to be doing a sport or group activity to enjoy myself. I love soccer, and have no problems with running for a reason. Goodness knows I could use the exercise, though.

  6. oh it’s different for everyone. I love my running time to think. Do you play on a soccer team? Our son is rapidly becoming a soccer fanatic, lol

  7. “Do you play on a soccer team? “

    I wish I had the time. I played in an ad hoc game every Wednesday two years ago (during the summer months), and I loved every minute of it. If we move to Lethbridge, I may join the adult indoor rec league.

  8. Ouch! That really hurts. Right here where my heart would be if I didn’t have a blackened mass of hatred in lieu of. =)

    I blame the Canadian climate and lifestyle for my current weight. When I lived in Australia I was considerably more healthy and I certainly didn’t put any more effort into it.

    …or maybe it’s just my desk job.

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