Middle Name Meme

The rules:

1. Post the rules before you give your answers.

2. You must list one fact about yourself beginning with each letter of your middle name. (If you don’t have a middle name, use your maiden name or your mother’s maiden name).

3. At the end of your blog post, tag one person for each letter of your middle name.

K is for kaleidoscopic (it’s a cool word, and hey, aren’t we all kind of kaleidoscopic?). K is also for krazy (this is my blog, I can spell it how I like), because we’re also all a little krazy.

A is for art because I love art. One of my hobbies from the time I was eighteen has been photography and early on, I embraced the digital revolution by learning how to use Photoshop and creating in that way. I also love words and the art of putting them together. When I grow up, I hope to be a poet.

Y is for yellow, the color my bedroom was painted when I was a kid and the color of a little truck I drove around from the time I was nineteen until my late twenties.

The lovely Jan tagged me with this meme.

And guess what? Isabel was tagged by Diane and Scout! Only Isabel doesn’t have a middle name! No matter—I’ll use the name we called her when she was teething and biting our hands like crazy: Little Monster. Only, I’ll cheat and make it shorter and say her middle name is L.M.

L is for love, because Isabel is full of love and loves getting love.

M is for mayhem, because that’s what happens when people come over because Isabel loves people. She tries hard not to jump on them but sometimes she can’t help herself.

Tagging? Hmmm. If you don’t want to do it, that’s fine, but I tag: Linda at her new blog, and anybody else who wants to play.

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3 Comments

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3 responses to “Middle Name Meme

  1. I love it! “Mayhem” Scout has created plenty of that in her time, as well.

  2. wyrdbyrd, thanks for the tag but NO MORE MEMES, PLEASE! see AHC for the answer…..

    I am declaring LYJ and AHC blogs tag-free zones!

    🙂

  3. Linda, I don’t like memes much, either, so I understand.

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