Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Three things meme
Tara tagged me on this one. [And I agree with her Rob should start a blog too - we know him as rjw in our comboxes.]
Three jobs I have had in my life: cashier, sales, programmer
Three places I have lived: Emmaus, Pa., Nashua, New Hampshire, Roanoke, Va. (among many others!)
Three shows that I watch: Got me here. I generally don't make a point of watching any given TV shows...HOWEVER, that said I will watch the original Law and Order [I hate it without Lenny Briscoe], movie channels, and if there's one show I'm up to watch specifically, it's the new series of Project Runway. [I'm a sucker for that one.] So kill me, I'm a fan of Tim Gunn. To quote Santino "Tim Gunn, Tim Gunn, when he says your name you're done...." To quote Tim Gunn "Okay, but just be prepared to defend to Nina why [your model] has a big fat ass."]
Three places I have been : Florence, Italy, Hilo, Hawaii, Freeport, Maine (it's not the end of the earth, but you CAN see it from the rooftop of LL Bean - everyone should make at least one pilgrimage.)
Places I have been this week: My parish in Old Town, Escondido, library in Mission Valley.
Three people who email me regularly: No one, lately...what is this, "let's not write Karen back" month? Nobody sent me the memo!
Three of my favorite foods: perogies, lobster, prime rib
Three places I'd rather be right now: NYC, London, kickin' back in Lahaina, it's all good
Three friends I think will do this meme: hell's bells, hardly anyone's emailed!!! If you like this meme, go for it!
Three things I am looking forward to this year: losing weight (I have been but I won't if I start scarfing Carl's Jr. Prime Rib sandwiches like they were going out of style), making more money, going to the theatre, any theatre will do I just want to sit in the dark and watch other people pretend to be somebody else...normally, they'd throw a net over you for wanting to do something like that, but somehow the theatre beckons. [Are you reading this, Teresa S.? That's some nutty profession you want to get into! Quelle fun! Do the French have a word for "fun?" To judge by my 6th and 7th grade French teacher, they don't.]
(The photo is taken of our house in Nashua. A typical late spring day in '68 or so.)