Monday, January 26, 2009

I've Been Tagged!

I'm so excited! This is the first time EVER that I've been tagged for anything in the blogging world so here it goes~thanks Brenda!

Here are the rules:
1. Go to where you store your digital photo folders & open the 4th folder.
2. Go to the 4th picture and post it.
3. Explain the picture.
4. Tag an additional 4 people.


Some great photography to be sure! ;)

This picture was taken in August 2004 at my cousin Becky's 'couples' wedding shower. She & her husband received a croquet set (most awesome game ever!) as a gift, in fact, I may even have been the one to give it to them, but I'm fuzzy on the details. Becky, my sis Emily, myself, & a couple other cousins decided to break into this gift immediately for a game of "Extreme Croquet". Becky's mom & dad had just recently built their new home & it had a huge slope from their walkout basement. So "Extreme Croquet" consisted of playing a game in the dark with the metal hoops all on the "hills" where you had no control over where your ball would stop if you could get it up the hill & hopefully not lose your ball in the darkness! That was a fun night :) Thanks for helping me to remember it Brenda!

I am going to tag Jenny (because I know she has tons of pics & I'd like to know what her 4th pic in the 4th folder is :), Jamie (one of my RL friend blogging buddies), Jaime & Angie (2 bloggers I've known a short while & some my newest blogging buddies)
I can't wait to see your pics! :)

2 comments:

Jaime @ Just Add Laughter said...

I reposted!

Thanks! :)

Princess Jo said...

lol...thankyou for the comment...

And if you ever do come to australia here is a crash course.

No we do not ride kangaroos. We do not jump on snakes and crocodiles. That is Steve Irwin, great conservationist, but none too clever. Most Aussies (before his death anyway) thought he was a showoff and a little bit (okay a lot) of a d**khead.

Yes you can eat kangaroo or snake if you so choose. Kangaroo steak, sausages and mince (just to name a few!) are sold in our supermarkets (I kid you not!).

Not all of us say G'day. So don't say it to us. It sounds weird coming from you and your accent (no offence).

Yes, it is hot. And we have plenty of flying insects. But it does snow here too. We are a country of great extremes.

We do have fantastic beaches...pretty much everywhere except the outback.

Not everyone that lives out west owns a huge property. Some live in little towns on town blocks. Some even work in mining vs cattle properties. Not everyone owns a horse, either.

And you are more than welcome to visit whenever you are in town. I have spare beds ;)

Jo