Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Tag! You're It!

I was tagged by the Dog Blogger. This one comes in sets of four. They're a collection of strange little tidbits.

Four jobs I've held: Avon Lady, Babysitter, Weekend Housekeeper in the dorm (disgusting), LCA Youth Staffer.

Four films I could watch over and over: The Americanization of Emily, Crossing Delancey, Indiscreet, Charade.

Four TV shows I watch: reruns of The Gilmore Girls, Ugly Betty, Dr. Who, Top Chef.

Four places I've lived: Ava, Missouri; Canoga Park, California; Aurora, Colorado; Aurora, Illinois.
Four favorite foods: bread with real butter, peanut butter and chocolate ice cream, curry, steak.

Four websites I visit every day: RevGalBlogPals, AOL, my bank, Internet Scrabble Club.

Four places I would love to be right now: Woodland Park, Colorado; Paris, France; Monterey, California; Holden Village, Washington.

Four names I love but would/could not use for my children: Amy (it was already taken), Jacob (my colleague said, "You would name your child after The Deceiver!?!), Jack (it would sound bad with our last name), and Hepziba (fun to say, but not a good name for this century).

Lutheran Zephyr, Pink Shoes, Wills Mama, and Songbird- consider yourself tagged if you haven't already played this one. And if you don't feel like it, no problem!


Songbird said...

I'll play!
Love your movie choices.

DogBlogger said...

Nice play!

And I found another Dr. Who watcher!

Pink Shoes said...

I played!

Mother Laura said...

These are awesome, thanks!

Chris said...

I played. Sorry I'm late!

PPB said...

hey, I grew up right outside of aurora illinois!

RevHRod said...

But you were probably all grown up by the time I got there!

LittleSis1 said...

The new Dr. Who, or the old classic Dr. Who? I loved the old one, can't get into the new one.

RevHRod said...

I liked the old one but I have been watching the new one. And you know there is no such thing as and old one or new one. They're ALL the Doctor. Sheesh! He's a Time Lord for goodness sake! Plus now there's a spin off- Torchwood. I actually am quite attached to it as well.

RuthRE said...

Americanization of Emily? iiiiiinteresting choice. One Julie A. movie that I haven't seen straight through.

RevHRod said...

The Americanization of Emily is perhaps my favorite film. Smart, sassy, liberal politics, James Garner being cute and sexy and of course a young Julie A. In an interview with Garner and Andrews, they both said it was perhaps their favorite movie that either of them had made. Four stars from me! It is permanently saved on our TiVo.