Wednesday, February 4, 2009

25 Random Things...

Ok, I've been tagged to do this about 25 times between facebook and blogger buddies, so I'm finally doing it. So here are the 25 random things about me:

1. I'm 17 weeks pregnant...which makes my favorite food my mom's Dilled Beans.
2. I honestly don't have a favorite color.
3. My first name is actually Sarah Kay.
4. My full first and middle names together can mean "Princess of Pure Bitterness."
5. I'm writing a book.
6. I haven't thrown up since March of 2001 (Almost 8 years ago)!
7. My favorite video game ever is Katamari Damacy.
8. I love Pandora Radio...especially my Kate Havnevik station.
9. I can't stand the sound of metal scraping on metal.
10. The only beverage I love more than Mountain Dew is Code Red Mountain Dew.
11. When I was younger, I always feared I would marry another only child and I would never have nieces and nephews. (Thanks for guaranteeing that won't happen, Matt and Erin!)
12. I haven't had bangs since the third grade.
13. My favorite city in the world so far is Las Vegas. (Though I still haven't been to Rome...) Oh and Toledo, Spain was cool. But no family there :-)
14. I'm pretty much obsessed with Ikea.
15. I'm not a fan of Christmas.
16. I used to be a Spanish Teaching Major.
17. The first time I read the Twilight books, I thought they were AMAZING. The second time through, I realized they were crap.
18. I lived in New York for 20 years and never visited New York City.
19. I bite my nails when I'm anxious.
20. I hate flossing.
21. I was severely anemic about 3 years ago and almost needed a blood transfusion.
22. I use a lot of Chapstick. I literally can't leave the house without it.
23. I really really REALLY want to go to San Antonio.
24. I love planning weddings.
25. I hate getting my hair wet. Which explains why I don't like swimming. And why I only take 8-minute showers.

Any other random things about myself that I forgot? Feel free to comment!


D said...

LOL! The Twilight books aren't quite crap but they aren't quite AMAZING either. :) I was disappointed with the way it all played out though. I felt like she set it up in the first book for there to be a lot of deeper meaning...but really, in the end, it was just a supernatural teen romance.

One of my roomates from BYU just sold her first book and a second as yet unwritten book. Go BYU Alum SAHMs turned Authors!

I lived in Utah before IKEA. But I was introduced to IKEA in Utah. LOL! We used to think about how much money they would make there. I'm guessing it has come true.

Dani said...

First, I love that MY sister-in-law is the first to comment on this post. Haha, he world of mommy bloggers. So San Antonio huh? I can't imagine why. And you don't like Christmas? I didn't know that!

Mel said...

"17. The first time I read the Twilight books, I thought they were AMAZING. The second time through, I realized they were crap."

And that would be why I've successfully avoided them thus far ;)

Mel said...

You love Katamari Damacy and you never TOLD me? That's absolutely the awesomest game aver (except for maybe Zelda games). I cant' believe we never spoke about this.

Also HA! I knew you'd come around about the Twilight books. I mean, you were just brainwashed.