I was tagged long, long ago for this by one of my favorite new (to me) book blogging discoveries, Kathy. Her blog is terrifically fun, and she’s a very smart gal. Go check her out if you haven’t already met her. You’ll be glad you did.
This meme was kind of difficult to do. I think that once we’re old enough to make decisions about our own lives, our values become so much a part of us that we take them for granted. They just exist, like the sky. I enjoy working on these types of exercises, because they make me remember what it means to be human. How fortunate I am to be able to analyze and synthesize abstract concepts and derive meaning from them. It’s great to be alive and communicable (and not in a diseased way)!
So, here are six values that are important to me, six things I do not support, and six bloggers to share this with:
Six values that are important to me
- Humor (Is humor a value? Humor has value, so that’s good enough for me).
Six things I do not support
- The blame game
- Racism (sexism, ageism, any related “ism”).
- The religious right; Christian fundamentalists; evangelicals
- Repressive regimes
- Brussels sprouts
Six bloggers to share this with
- Verbivore – who makes me think.
- Jill – who makes me laugh.
- Jennifer – who I feel is a kindred spirit.
- Care – who is sweet and personable (and is gifting me her dog).
- Jack – who is appealingly strange, or strangely appealing. It depends on the time of day.
- Stephen – who is a redheaded British gentleman, which totally works for me.