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Thursday, October 09, 2008

I've Been Tagged! Wanna Play?

I've moved this to today from the previous post date of September 27th as I'll be doing the drawing from the comments left on the 15th. So, if you'd like to leave a comment for a chance to win an autographed copy of one of my books, you have 7 more days.

Kim over a Window to my World and Stormi over at Mystery, Suspense and God, Oh My! have both tagged my window to play! Remember how much fun that was when you were a kid? Always wanted to run away or tempt the person who was "it" or wanting to be "it" yourself. :) So, here goes a good new-fashioned game of tag, folks!

Feel free to copy this game and tag friends of yours, or post a comment to be entered in a drawing to receive a FREE autographed copy of one of my books. And if you're really adventurous, try to trace this game back to the first person who started it. LOL!

Here are the rules for those I'm tagging. Check the list after my 6 THINGS to see if you're it then:

1. Link to the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Write six random things about yourself.
4. Tag six people at the end of your post.
5. Let each person know he or she has been tagged.
6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up.

6 Random THINGS about me:

1. Before I got married, I was the only living female "Miller" in my family. The rest were all boys, as the women all married into the name.

2. My great-grandfather's cousin married President Woodrow Wilson during his presidency, so I'm somewhat related to American "royalty." :) Edith Galt was from the side of my family who founded Galt & Bros. Jewelers in Washington, D.C., a very elite jewelry company. What a shame none of the "luxury" passed down to me.

3. I've lived in 5 different states and traveled to 3 foreign countries; plus, by the time I was 14, I had moved 9 times. Now, that count is up to 15 times in 32 years. Let's just say when we get a house, now, I want it to be a place where we can settle for a while. And if it's just a starter home, we'll hang in there for 5 years then get our long-term home where I hope to raise our children and give them the stability I never had growing up.

4. My husband and his writing influenced a character in Brandilyn Collins' Kanner Lake book series, and he even wrote blog posts on the Kanner Lake blog, Scenes and Beans. Oh, and he even autographed books with Brandilyn at the 2006 ACFW conference, signing his character name of Ted "S-Man" Dawson.

5. I got my big start in web site design when I was hired to design and run actress Jane Seymour's web site in 2000, although I'd been working in design since 1997.

6. I've visited all but 12 of the 50 states in the U.S. and I have a goal to visit those 12 as well before my life on earth comes to an end, so I can mark them off my unofficial list. :)

Now, you're it!

Kim Woodhouse
Trish Perry
Stuart Stockton
Deeanne Gist
Shannon McNear
Kaye Dacus

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Stormi said...

Wow, I have only traveled to a about 12 I have alot more to travel to to catch up with you. :)

squiresj said...

I never traveled in my life until I got married. Then my husband was a welder so we moved a lot. I have enjoyed the travel until my oldest was ready for kindergarden. We then ended up settling in Missouri. My oldest is going to be 28 soon.
I have been married 29 years.
Enjoyed your blog.

Kim said...

Thanks for playing! You added some touches of your own that are really cool!

Thanks so much Tiff!


kalea_kane said...

I am writing to say...Congratulations on the coming bundle of joy. And I really am glad you were tagged. It was great reading six interesting things about you. :)



CherryBlossomMJ said...

I was one of the original six in this meme. Fun isn't it?

I'd really like to get my hands on book #3 if you get a chance to put my name in whatever hat it needs to be in. :)

cherryblossommj (at) gmail [dot] com

Pamela J said...

Fun things to know about you, Tiffany! I think the only states I HAVEN'T visited are the New England States as well as Michigan and Wisconsin. We have been as far north as Virginia and West Virginia but above that, some day maybe. I'd love either your second or third book if my name is drawn. Thanks.
Pam Williams
cepjwms at yahoo dot com

Cherie J said...

Wow! That is impressive! Thanks for sharing Tiff!