Summer Ross at My Inner Fairy tagged me. She's such a sweetheart, so if you aren't following her blog yet, you should. There are some tricky questions to answer, so let's see how they go.
Do you think you're hot?
No, I'm actually cold this morning.
Upload a picture or wall paper you are using at the moment.
When was the last time you ate chicken meat?
It was sometime in April/May 2005. I became a semi-vegetarian in 1998 when I stopped eating mammals. I got to the point where I couldn't stand chicken and gave it up. Then I stopped eating all meat in September 2005.
The song(s) you listened to recently:
Umm...whatever the radio played recently. I've heard some Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Rhianna, etc.
What were you thinking as you were doing this?
About a million things. *laughs* The answers to these questions, work, how my Romeo kitty gets to come home today, what to do today, what to write next, etc.
Do you have nicknames? What are they?
"Sissy" - My younger sister calls me that.
"Twitchy Putoffkin Brain" - My friend and former housemate Amy gave me that name.
"Miss Smarty Pants" - Thanks to Joe Hughes, my Latin professor/academic adviser.
"Chereesecup" - Thanks to my friend Michelle's dad, who couldn't pronounce my real name.
Tag eight blogger friends: (I won't hold you under any obligation to do this, but it was fun.)
Nicole Zoltack @ Where Fantasy and Love Take Flight
Cher Green @ Footsteps of a Writer
Rachael Harrie @ Rach Writes...
Rachel Searles @ Awkward Girl
Misha @ My First Book
Aubrie Dionne @ Flutey Words...
Who's listed as number one?
Nicole Zoltack is. She's a great friend and writer, and I love reading her work.
Say something about number five.
Rachel Searles is awesome. I enjoy reading her blog, and she's not as awkward as she thinks.
How did you get to know number three?
Christine Rains and I go back quite a few years. We met while roleplaying Harry Potter. Our characters interacted on occasion, and we began to talk. Without Christine, I wouldn't be a writer today.
How about number four?
I met Rach right before her second-platform building crusade. She's wonderful.
Leave a message for number six.
Misha, I hope to critique more of your book soon. Can't wait to read the rest of it as well.
Leave a lovey-dovey message for number two.
What to say. We have similar names. Cher and Cherie. It seemed like the fate was in the tarot cards that'd we meet.
(Okay, that was probably really silly, but they asked. I'm glad to know you, though, and look forward to your novella coming out soon!)
Do number seven and number eight have any similarities?
They are both writers that I call true friends. We are all contributors on Raven and the Writing Desk together.
Well, that was fun.
Tag, you're it!