7 interesting things

We got tagged by Linda to divulge seven interesting things about ourselves. This meme was a bit difficult for me to answer mainly because I couldn’t think of anything interesting to share! Anyway here goes, enjoy!

1. Unsure of what degree to take up in university, I did the easiest and laziest thing to do: copied from my friends. We all took the entrance exam at the university at the same time and I was the only one who got accepted!

2. If I hadn’t taken up a course in computers, I think I would have been a starving writer.

3. I was once challenged to a fight by this girl in high school because she overheard me teasing my male friend about her. I don’t know why I did it but my reaction was to smile, which made her even angrier, she stomped off and the fight never happened.

4. My mom loves to cook, I used to tease her about building a library full of cookbooks. She’s an excellent cook, by the way.

5. I cook mainly because it’s economical and practical rather than having a real love for it.

6. I used to have these nightmares everyday where I would wake up screaming when I was about five. I remember our pet kitten would sometimes climb up to my bed and lick my face to wake me up.

7. I hate having hayfever. I used to scoff at people complaining of their terrible hayfever until I got it too. I think it’s a terrible waste of my day to have to suffer blocked sinuses, headache, a runny nose, watery eyes and having to sleep it off to at least ease the symptoms. Nasal sprays and Claramax doesn’t do a thing to alleviate nor prevent it. I am suffering from it at the moment and am wishing for spring to be over soon.

And now I tag Ivy of Phenomenonemone, Alma of Spilling my own thunder, Fatima of From the sidewalk and Jennie of The sassy Melbournite.

Published in: on October 17, 2007 at 7:16 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. Don’t you just hate it when the weather starts to improve, then hayfever sets in. I seldom get this but when I do, its torture.

    Hopefully, you get better soon. Sleep helps a lot. Avoid fibrous materials like tissue paper. It can only worsen your situation.

  2. You poor thing! Another hayfever sufferer!! 😦 Medicines don’t work for me either – strangely enough, the only thing that works for me is sleep! When I wake up, I’m ok again!! How weird!!

  3. hey, why don’t you try HayMax? its a natural hayfever prventive balm manufactured in the UK. goodluck! i have it too and i know exactly how you feel.

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