The World According to Tiff Sniff

Meandering ponderings and wonderings on the state of things.

These are a few of my favorite things

1. Tangerine. Doesn't it make you feel good?

2. "Faith" by George Michael and "Kiss" by Prince. Recently discovered to not be, as previously thought, mere guilty pleasures. These are, in fact, two fantastic songs.

3. That I am still an INFJ (with a little INTJ thrown in, for good measure).

4. Netflix. Seriously, you need it if you don't have it.

5. LOST. Looking forward to a Season 2 marathon with my sister over Christmas, and the beginning of season 3.2 in February.

6. Kids. Not my own (yet), but they are just so much fun. I spent a good long time Saturday night being "Barnacle Pete" to Carson's "Cap'n Blacksword". When was the last time you played pretend?

7. Soup in the winter. Mmmmm.

8. Chocolate.

9. Thursday afternoons, when the weekend is finally in sight.

10. Jazz. This week, especially the Charlie Brown Christmas soundtrack.

Happy Monday!

Tagged again

It's been awhile, so...

(From Malia.)

Three things -

That Scare me: serial killers, financial insecurity, and the enduring popularity of Julio Iglesias

People who make me laugh: Dave Barry, John Krasinski, and Jack Black

I hate: negativity, olives, and the August weather

I don't understand: why someone would choose to not take the opportunity to make a change for the better, how someone can walk away from a good relationship and never look back, and why I can't convince my 11-year-old cousin to listen to music by anyone but Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney.

Things on my desk: self-painted ceramic pencil cup, a rubber lizard I won at Chuck E. Cheese, and piles of paperwork I haven't finished.

I'm doing right now: guestblogging on Nashville is Talking, watching an Alaska-survivial documentary on PBS, and wondering if I can put off going to the grocery for one more day.

I want to do before I die: travel as often as possible, write a novel, and have a family

I can't do: whistle (me either, Malia!), let go, quite make ends meet on my current salary

I think you should listen to: The Beatles, jazz, and people you trust (even when they're saying what you don't want to hear)

You should NEVER listen to: Kenny Chesney, Bill O'Reilly, or anyone who tells you that you're unimportant

I'd like to learn: more about myself, Flemish, and how to play the guitar

Favorite foods: chocolate, broccoli, and Kroger-brand Lucky Charms

Beverages: coffee, milk, and chianti

Shows I watched as a kid: Spiderman, She-Ra, and Mr. Rogers

Alright, now to share the fun: I'll tag Mel, JT, and Michelle (c'mon - it's a good excuse to update it!)

Vandy v. Lipscomb

Did anyone else see it? If so, I have a question. When they made the controversial call on Dan Cage, why did they count his basket? Or was it not a charge but some other foul they called? Is there an exception somewhere I don't know about?

(There was a call made on a play during which Cage made a shot, but he and a Lipscomb player were knocking against each other and they both went down. The refs didn't agree at first whether Cage or the Lipscomb player had committed the foul, although they all agreed there was one. In the end, it seemed like they compromised, and gave Vandy the 2 points, but also called a foul on Cage.)

I thought that it was pretty black and white that, if you committed a charge, your basket didn't count. Clearly, though, there's something I don't know about either what happened or the rule itself. Can anyone help?

I guess my education worked, after all

Although I think there are those who would disagree. Explains why my grandmother from rural Giles county has a hard time understanding me, though.

What American accent do you have?
Your Result: The Midland

"You have a Midland accent" is just another way of saying "you don't have an accent." You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.

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