Friday, October 19, 2007

is it called a MeMe?

Im not really even sure what these things are called---but Ive been tagged with one.

Which started me thinking that it might be fun--by way of introduction/re-intro.--to have any blogger here who wanted to participate do the same.

So feel free to consider yourself tagged!

And, because Im never one to follow directions, Ive decided not to answer the questions as some would have gone on & on...

My route? listing only the answers that would *surprise* people who know me.

Im such a boring open book my MeMe thing is brief.

*Jobs I Have Had*
Sunday school teacher
Aerobics instructor (zero rhythm here)
Hamburger patty maker (please to think ginormao vat of cold bloody ground beef & me chanting in my head I NEED MONEY FOR SPRING BREAK. I NEED MONEY FOR SPRING BREAK)

*Places I've Lived*

oxford, england

*Foods I Love*
plain air popped popcorn and a SHAKER of salt.
sad but true. I lovelovelove plain chickenbus.
a close second? a vat of plain oatmeal.
third? BOXES AND BOXES of plain ole chocolate poptarts :)

*Places I'd Rather Be*

(cue sappy music) nowhere else but wherever I am at the moment. It has taken a lot of work to get to this place (both where I am & appreciating it)

*Movies I Love*

(everyone around me knows I love low-brow. the lower the brow the better)
The surprise answer? Born into Brothels and the Shawshank Redemption.

*TV Shows I Watch*

sadly nothing surprising here. Love? James Spader & William Shatner’s friendship on Boston Legal.
Adore? Julia Louis Dreyfus on the New Adventures of Old Christine.
Eddie Izzard on The Riches? Amazing.

*Books I Love*

many many many many.
Today? Eat Pray Love.
Tomorrow? Perhaps The Year Of Living Biblically or Foreskin’s Lament.
Always? Steinbeck.

Anyone else wanna jump in?


Carrie said...

Hi Carla,

I thought you just did not have time. I tagged you to get to know you better, so it was fun to read your answers. You can do it anyway you like. Did not know you lived in England and I LOVE plain popcorn too (no salt or butter). We eat the Bearitos No Oil, No Salt.

Priscilla said...

Steinbeck was my fave American author til I ditched him for Hemingway. Ever read S's The Moon Is Down? One of my favorites of all time.

When I'm not getting down and dirty with the Russians, that is. Just got the new translation of War and Peace today and thinking of getting a babysitter so I can read it.

Sad, but true. And decadent!