7 things you really don’t need to know about me meme

Standard

Darcy Moore tagged me for this so I’m having a go.

1. I didn’t know what a meme was until I googled it and then I got too much information

2. I broke my leg in two places when I was 14 (at a Girl Guide camp) and carried a hip to toe plaster caste for 5 months. It weighed more than I did at the time.

3. I’m shorter than I look

4. I used to ride a 5′ red surf board (until a truck ran over it) that had a really weird surface design because the guy who made it (son of parent’s friends) got drunk when he was applying the surface coats. I rode it anyway.

5. I played International scrabble on line until I got bored.

6. I made myself a long black coat with a white peace sign on the back and wore it to a local dance when I was 16. I thought I was really cool.

7. I can recite The Man from Snowy River

I tag

Penny Ryder

Lauren O’Grady

Mr B-G

About lyntiernan

I teach kids. Mostly English but sometimes good manners, how to have fun learning, that you are never too old to learn something new, that we all make mistakes and what we do about mistakes is who we become, that the future is not some place we are going to but a place we are creating and... I like learning and adapting new technology in the classroom I'm good with my new IWB, websites and email but hopeless with mobile phones!

3 responses »

  1. Hi Katie, great to hear from you! Zoe is thinking about doing a Grad. Dip too! I’m not sure what you mean by ‘not technically meant to be here’ – everyone is welcome – that’s what a blog is. Good luck with teaching and luv to baby!

  2. Hi Lyn,

    Great blog! Not technically meant to be on here but checking it out all the same. As you may have heard I’m doing a Grad Dip Ed in History and SOSE (not English I’m afraid). Taken me a while to get here but it feels good to have arrived. Love to you all,

    Katie Donnelly (ie. the Lenord clan)

  3. Thanks for tagging me. It’s taken much longer than I expected, but I’m almost there! Make sure you pop by to check it a little later.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s