Sunday, December 07, 2008

It's TAG TIME

Annette Marie Hyder, Literary Editor of In The Fray, just tagged me with this book related award called Bookworm.

I have to adhere to two rules:

RULE ONE, I have to grab one of the books closest to me, go to page 56, type the fifth line and the next two to five lines that follow.

Okay, mind you that I'm sitting at my computer surrounded by manuals for different programs. Let's see what I grab...hmmm..first book didn't have 56 pages. Here goes again..

When you drag an element near a guide, the element 'snaps' into alignment with the guide--as if the guide had some sore of magnetic pull. If you don't want stuff to snap to guides, choose View/Snap or Crt plus (different code for a Mac. Choose the command again to turn snapping back on.

From Photoshop for Dummies.

Perfect choice, hey??:-)



RULE TWO, I have to pick five people who love books and who could receive the Bookworm award with honor. My five picks are:

I'm not hotlinking anybody. I have an endo appointment tomorrow and my tooth is telling me it needs for me to go smear something on it again, so I'll put names and try to leave a comment for each of you I think will do this.

Jim Knoles
Collin Kelly
Sam Rasnake
Helen Lossee
Brian Campbell


Anybody else can join in by writing theirs in the comments section, too.

8 comments:

JimK said...

Tapping it in now..
The C.G.Jung was unusually
negative for those lines, so
I did some Lao-Tzu.

sam of the ten thousand things said...

Done.

DeadMule said...

It's up. http://helenl.wordpress.com/2008/12/07/tag/

Lyle Daggett said...

"There was a dressing room and there was the bathroom and there was the main bedroom. Woodrow remembers Tessa telling him she had converted the dressing room into a workroom: It's not only men who have dens, Sandy. Us girls have them too, she had told him provocatively, as if she were instructing him in body parts."

(From The Constant Gardner by John Le Carre.

Leon Basin said...

Hello fellow poet and artist! How are you doing this fine evening?

Pris said...

Helen, great! Lyle, I should know yours would be good. I haven't read the book, but want to. I liked the movie. Leon, greetings in return.

Collin Kelley said...

I was actually tagged for this months ago. Here's the link from my blog:

http://tinyurl.com/64wv95

It's actually quite funny. :)

Brian Campbell said...

Did it. Actually a rather interesting sample of a guy with a rather condensed style. Come & have a look.