I stumbled upon this tag from Bibi’s Book Blog at the end of June. Most of you know that I love the Muppets, so I definitely wanted to do this tag!
Here’s the link to Bibi’s post:
Name a book that should have been good but left the foulest taste in your mouth…
Allegiant. I had such high hopes …
Name a book that you couldn’t help but laugh at the jokes or characters
Harry Potter. Ron Weasley, especially.
Bunson Honeydew and Beaker
Name a book that made you feel a little smarter by the end of it
The Unknown and Impossible: How a research facility in Virginia mastered the air and conquered space. I learned so much about NASA, and it’s ties to the Hampton Roads area!
Name a book where a character or something about the book drives you crazy
The Casual Vacancy. I didn’t like how many characters there were! It was hard to keep up.
Name a book that was an easy read and gave you good vibes
Any of the American Girl books. I love reading about history!
Stalter & Waldorf
A book that you loved and was turned into a movie that you hated
Oh, goodness. I’m not sure I have a true answer for this one!
Tag – You’re It!
- Kristian – Life Lessons Around The Dinner Table
- Jenna – Bookmark Your Thoughts
- Destiny – Howling Libraries
Who is your favorite Muppet?
I’m with Bibi – I was disappointed to not see Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Sam the Eagle, Animal, and Rizzo!
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂
Great answers, Laura Beth 🙂 we’ll just have to imagine what Kermit & Miss Piggy’s books would be 😛
I like your thinking!
What a fun and unique tag – thank you for tagging me! I haven’t thought about the Muppets in a long time! As a kid, my favorite was Kermit because my dad could mimic him and it always made me laugh. 🙂
You’re welcome! That’s awesome!
I’ve not seen this tag before. I love the Muppets. they’re a childhood favourite 😀
Same! I grew up with Sesame Street, and the Muppet movies.
I went back as far as the Muppet show so you must be a a bit younger than me… But then I am old lol
I have seen episodes of The Muppet Show, but in syndication or on YouTube. I turn 30 in August!
Yeah it was live TV for me, oh my god only a bit younger and you could be my daughter lol
Haha! You don’t seem that old, to me!
Neither do I until I try to run, but I’m 43 believe it or not.
Good times! I’m glad that I have friends with a variety of ages.
I totally agree, me too. It’s funny though they even with the years between us we remember similar things.
Definitely. My husband is three years older than me, and it’s interesting to talk about the thing we grew up with and remember. We had radically different childhoods!
Often it’s not just age but circumstance that is the difference. Do you think that was true here?
That’s certainly a possibility.
We’re all amazing humans though eh?
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