1. Link to your tagger and post these rules on your blog.
2. Share 7 facts about yourself on your blog, some random, some weird.
3. Tag 7 people at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.
4. Let them know they are tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.
5. Present an image of martial discord from whatever period or situation youd like.
Seven Ol’ Facts:
- I’ve always had a lot of trouble with my name. Not only do I go by my middle name, but my name is really just Wess, not Wes, West, Weiss or Wesley. It’s amazing how often I see my name misspelled, and how often I have to repeat it when someone asks for it over the phone. Most recently, I’ve made friends with a guy named Wesley Daniel Hall. Not only are our names similar, and we work in the same bookstore, but he also has really curly hair (and is short and has a similar build as me). I’ve missed my shifts more than once because, until recently, we were both ‘Wess’ on the schedule. Needless to say we have a lot of fun with our shared name and hair.
- I’m a number 3 on the Enneagram.
- My favorite saturday lunch is grilled cheese with extra sharp cheddar grilled on a grille pan, tapatio, salt and pepper potato chips dunked in vinegar, a dill pickle, and a tasty beer in a frosty mug.
- Growing up one of my heroes was Inspector Gadget, the other was Inspector Clouseau oddly enough I never wanted to go into Law Enforcement. Come to think of it, a third favorite was Hannibal Smith of the A-Team. I always thought the gloves, cigar and his line, “I love it when a plan comes together,” were so tough.
- I met my wife when she was 18 years old and on her first day of college during her first fifteen minutes on campus!
- I was class president for two years while I was in college. I won my first term with the slogan, “Give the curly-head a try.”
- I filmed, directed and produced tons of short movies when I was very young, starring 5 of younger siblings. The most famous of all of them (which means none of you have ever heard or seen these) are called “Monster Man I, II, & III.” One of my dreams growing up was to become a director that’s why my favorite director is Wes Anderson (I also like his name).
I’m taking liberties with the “image of martial discord” and presenting a short clip from Eddie Izzard’s “Dressed to Kill.”
I’m only going to tag six people: