Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sunday Meme

This is a post with a difference from The Butler and Bagman. I have followed the first four steps. I don't know how to tag, can any one tell me.

Sunday Meme from Sarah Lulu
I've been trying this morning to catch up on my blogbrowsing and Sarah Lulu had an intriguing what the heck. Here's the meme:

1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages).
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five people.

Hi Mark,

I used to read every night before I went to bed for an hour. Since I started blogging in November, the computer has taken over my brain. I hardly read, and if I do, at most it's ten minutes.

This book Wonderboy by Fiona Gibson is a simple easy to read book, it is easy but I have reading it for months, a simple book on a stay home mum with a 5 year old, the plot might thicken.

I like Robert Frost, was my literature text for high school. Funny, I was thinking about Two roads meet, just yesterday. of course, it is my favourite poem. I think of it all the time and how it describes my life. I have so often taken the road less traveled by.

By the way, how do I tag?

Okay, long enough,

let's my post. Am I to post it here or my site. Any way, I post on both places, and you tell me how to tag please.


"It's not like horses," he rages, pulling off the helmet and tossing it on to the ground.

This isn't right. He's six, and he lives in the country. Babies can ride bikes around here.


Anonymous said...

Good morning young lady. That is a fun thing. To tag, list five names and go to each blog and leave a comment telling them they are tagged and to see your post on how to do it.
I am going to do it too.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Hey Ann,

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment about my Silkie Hen, Mrs. Cotton. You said that I would hate you if I knew you eat chicken, and just wanted you to know that I won't, because I, too eat chicken. I eat chicken more than I eat any other meat actually. Someday I intend to grow my own meat birds and butcher them myself for my own freezer, too.

You also mentioned that I probably didn't know that Japanese Silkies have black skin and meat. Yes, I do. And did you also know that they their bones are black, too? Cool! They are a delicacy in Japan and Asia, actually. I did a post about my Silkies a year ago if you'd like to read:

Oh! And you asked if chicks hatch all year round here in the US, and not just in the Spring, and I can tell you that they do. My own hens were hatched out in September 2 years ago and this current clutch we have will hatch out at the end of this month.

Have a great day!