Saturday, May 17, 2008

Mememememememememe....

Diane at Faith in Community has tagged me for a fun meme. My husband is upstairs cooking dinner, which gives me the perfect opportunity to complete it! We've had a very satisfying day here - worked in the garden, took the storm windows down and got them washed, drank some beer... it's all good!

Rules:
The rules of the game get posted at the beginning.
Each player answers the questions about himself or herself.
At the end of the post, the player then tags five people and posts their names, then goes to their blogs and leaves them a comment, letting them know they’ve been tagged and asking them to read your blog.
Yadayadayada

Ten years ago:
Ten years ago, I was just wrapping up my "gap year" after finishing high school the year before. I had been working in a coffee shop for the year, and was rapidly growing very sick of making lattes. I was preparing to enter Colourful University in the fall, as a Drama major. Eventually, I would change to an English major, a move I never regretted.

Five things on today's "to do" list:
Finish filling out a financial questionnaire for our financial analyst so that we can set about making a long-term financial plan. Woohoo!
Get the laundry done.
Watch Pan's Labyrinth.
Finish my beer.
Maybe do some ironing, though this is low on the priority list.

Things I'd do if I was a billionaire:
Do major renovations to our wee house.
Travel.
Donate to charities that provide musical education for children in need.
Purchase the Toronto Blue Jays.
Buy fantastic shoes.

Three bad habits:
I spoil the cats.
I don't wash my makeup off at the end of the day.
I eat a lot of potato chips.

Five places I've lived:
I've only ever lived in Prairie City, but I've lived in three different places within the city.

Five jobs I've had:
Special Projects Manager
Student Service Manager
Barista
Bookstore Clerk
Administrative Assistant

Five People I'm Tagging
Crimson Rambler
I'm Still Me
De Koboldorum Rebus
Towanda's Window
Mine Unbelief

2 comments:

Diane said...

oh, the potato chips! (I didn't divulge that one....)

and I have never regretted being an English major, either.

Jan said...

English major here, too.

I'd rather have cookies than potato chips. In fact, tonight I made chocolate chip cookies, and ate way too many.