April 29, 2008

Ten On Tuesday: Superstitions, Traditions, Personality Quirks

Ten On Tuesday: 10 Superstitions, Traditions, and/or Personality Quirks

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01. I always wear green on St. Patrick's Day.
I refuse to walk under a ladder.
If my ears are ringing, it means someone is talking about me.
We always put up our Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving and don't take it down until January 2nd of the following year. If you take it down before the New Year, it will bring bad luck.
I feel that if you name a new pet the same name as an old pet then the new pet will have or bring bad luck.
Silence is not always golden. If you have children it usually means they are up to no good.
If you open an umbrella in the house or in a building, you will have bad luck.
Everything in life happens in threes...good or bad.
I like to take a hamburger apart and eat the pieces separately.
I make a point of telling the people that I love "I love you"...you never know when they will be gone forever.


  1. Loved #10. It's always good to tell people that they are loved. Very interesting list.

  2. I enjoyed your list … laughed aloud at #6 … and find #8 intriguing enough to hold it in mind and test it out for myself. You’re so right about #10 … this is an excellent reminder for all of us.

    I combined ToT with Heads or Tails again this week at Small Reflections … using the latter to as a way to ‘revisit’ some of my earliest blog posts and remind myself just why I entered the Blogosphere in the first place.
    Hugs and blessings,

  3. Lazy_daisy: Thank you for visiting.

    Storyteller...Thank you for commenting.

  4. I totally agree with almost all these. Sounds like I could have written that list. Totally enjoyed visiting your blog today!

  5. I'm with you on expressing love to our family and friends NOW, while we have them. :)


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