A Bit O' Sunshine

Woot! Got nominated for another blogger award.

OK, let's get the 11 facts out of the way:

1.) I'm an unrepentant food snob. It's actually a fabulous way to keep charge of my health. I only blow my calories on stuff I really like. As Anton Ego said in Ratatouille, "If I don't love it, I don't swallow."

2.) That may be the most unintentionally dirty line in a Pixar movie ever.

3.) I am the shortest person at my office.

4.) I actually don't mind snow days too much - unless my house loses power!

5.) I adore Indian food.

6.) Even though Valentine's Day was a snow day with the kids, the hubby made sure to grab some Indian food to eat in once the roads were clear.

7.) The first Valentine's Day I spent with the hubby we watched Army of Darkness.

8.) Though our Valentine's evening was delayed, we continued the tradition by watching an episode of Dexter on our date night.

9.) Although the hubby and I are different religions, we agreed about the way our children should be brought up - as geeks.

10.) Dr. Who is family TV at our place, along with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

11.) My daughter returned the favor by introducing me to My Little Pony. As much as I wanted to avoid that show, I ended up liking it.

I am also going to stick with just 3 blogs to nominate for this award:

She Who Seeks
Rue and Hyssop


  1. Aren't you sweet! Thank you! I'll post this towards the end of February, once the Olympics are over. And I suspect those Pixar people were well aware of the double entendre, LOL!

  2. "If I don't love it, I don't swallow" either! Hahaha!

  3. It was hard not cracking up in the theater the first time I heard it

  4. Oh gosh - what a ray of sunshine I am. It only took me a month to get over here and thank you for this! *sigh* I'm afraid I'm not particulary sunshine-y in the winter months. I've only just come up for air.

    For the record, I think you are fabulous and totally deserving of awards (sunshine-y or otherwise.) Also, I agree about all children needing to be raised as geeks/nerds. My girls are high-quality nerd material.

    If we ever get a chance to hang out - we'll definitely go for Indian food (a fave of mine too.) And I'll treat. It's the least I can do for being a terrible award-recipient.