Tag... you're it.

Dianna over at andnowladiesandgentlemen tagged me with a literary tag. Books have nothing to do with gardening, crafting or cooking, and I considered letting the post live over on my other blog, but it just so happens that I picked up a book by a knitter, so read away.

1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages).
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five other people.

"Hear ye, hear ye! Due process was served yesterday in a local yarn shop, wherein the knitting (whose name is withheld under the Yarn Offender's Act) did show her intarsia jacket to her fellow knitters and gave testimony on the events that had transpired in the case to day. The jacket in question was accused of "ugliness, strange holes in funny places, and being remarkably ill fitting."

Okay - I did the first part of that but am so tired that I give up on tagging people. The people I would tag have all been tagged already and no one wants to play the retag game :)

Goodnight world.


casserole said...

dude, I thought you'd already been tagged! I would have tagged you last week if I had known. Ah well, all that matters is that you got to copy your three sentences' worth in the end, right?

Punkinhead said...

dude! Casserole said "dude". LOL!

I'll let you off the hook on the tagging... it took a lot for me to find five peeps to tag myself. I'd be in trouble if I were re-tagged.

idyll hands said...

I had been tagged - a while ago but I'm a major slacker and didn't do anything about.

And she did say "dude"