4 things meme

4 things meme

I figured I’d snag this meme after seeing it over at True Blue Semi-Crunchy Mama (aka Running2Ks) and Knocked Up Vegan (aka Miriam).

4 Jobs I’ve had:

Newsroom office manager
Salesperson in the shoe dept. at K-mart
Customer service rep at a bank

4 Movies I can watch over & over:
Breakfast Club
When Harry Met Sally
The Princess Bride
Napoleon Dynamite

4 Places I’ve Lived:
(uh, that’s all)

4 Books I Love:
Our Babies – Ourselves by Meredith Small
The Bridge Across Forever by Richard Bach
The Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff
Baby Catcher by Peggy Vincent

4 Shows:
Arrested Development
My Name is Earl
LOST (when I remember to watch it)
Desperate Housewives (I admit it)
Edited to add: OMG, I can’t believe I forgot to put Smallville on here, which I admit to being totally addicted to. Who can resist Clark? ;) So I’m changing my answers to include Smallville and delete LOST. (Sorry, LOST fans.)

4 Vacation places: (Places I haven’t been, but I’d love to go to)

4 Websites I visit daily:
Yahoo! Groups

4 Foods:

4 Places I would rather be right now:
Tropical island
A beach
A hottub
On a massage table

4 Albums I can’t live without: (Artists)
Depeche Mode
(I’m totally stuck in the 90s *wink*)
Sarah Mclachlan


  1. India — I’ve been there! Back in 2000/2001 (Spent New Year’s there). Remember I said I had an Indian boyfriend, well, he ended up moving back and I visited him six months later. We did a yoga retreat up in Rishikesh for two weeks, spent some time in Bangalore where he lived, I saw the Taj Mahal, and another palace in Mysore. While I spent only five weeks, a person needs a few months to see everything. It is a challenging chaotic country to navigate, and while I’m not sure I’d want to go again, it still holds allure to me.

  2. You know, you could totally have whole milk if you wanted. :)

    I love your list. I miss Colorado.

  3. Amy – Thanks for sharing your experiences in India. My sister was there this past summer (doing a study abroad program), so I got some insight into how difficult it is to navigate. She had LOTS of stories to tell. It seems like such a fascinating place though. Maybe I’ll get there someday when my kid(s) are grown.

    R2Ks – It took me about two minutes to figure out what the heck you were talking about. LOL I’m thinking to myself, “she’s a vegan, why is she telling me to drink milk?” LOL
    I love how quotable that movie is. We watched some of it today in fact. :)

    Beckie – I’ll have to chk your list out too. :)

  4. If you want to visit India, I have to recommend “Holy Cow” by I believe Ruth McDonald. It is a great travelogue style book.

    I must admit that I am addicted to LOST. I’ve even visited their forums. Yes, that is a dirty little secret, isn’t it?

    But I totally agree with you on all of your book selections.

  5. Hey, Colorado….cool! Me too. Been a while since I visited your blog. Hope all is well with you and your family. Obviously Ava looks like she’s going well and staying healthy.

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