Monday, September 18, 2006


As far as I know, I have only 3 or 4 friends who regularly keep "general interest" blogs. One tagged me for this list, two do these all the time and so may be Over It, and Phiance may know even fewer bloggers than I do -- so I don't know how I will answer the last one. I guess we will see when I get there.

Four jobs I’ve had
1. Camp Counselor
2. Assistant Curator of Photography, Valentine Museum
3. I love that as a Temp, I spent an entire work day handing out Ralph Lauren perfume samples at Thalhimers Westmoreland, and wrapping years of service gifts for Blue Cross.
4. Librarian

Four movies I could watch over and over
1. Singin in the Rain
2. Spirited Away
3. Buckaroo Bonsai
4. Diner

Four places I have lived
1. Philadelphia, Penna.
2. Midlothian, Va.
3. South Hadley, Mass.
4. Oxford, Miss.

Four TV shows I love to watch
1. Seinfeld
2. M*A*S*H*
3. The Simpsons
4. Star Trek

Four places I’ve been on vacation
1. Alaska
2. Kiptopeake State Park
3. Baltimore
4. London

Four websites I visit [alomst] daily
1. Librarian Girl
2. boingboing
3. Wired
4. National Weather Service

Four of my favorite foods
1. Chocolates
2. New York bagels
3. Mom's lasagna
4. Eggs benedict

Four places I would rather be right now
1. the Outer Banks
2. a James River park
3. sailing on the Great Wicomico
4. dinner party at Dan's

Four blogs I’ll tag
Um, any volunteers?


Anonymous said...

What do you mean by 'tag?'

Lisa said...

In this case, it means those bloggers are supposed to post their Four Things lists.

cnb said...

I haven't seen the 4 blogs, but I have seen the "4 web sites I visit daily".

This is the easiest question for me, but I'm amazed that my friends can't come up with 4 sites that they visit. I mean, MapQuest, and IMDB should be on their lists. Who doesn't use MapQuest?

For that matter, how did we exist before IMDB?

Mister Mister said... (Nat. Weater Service)

Daniel said...

Hey, hostess, thanks for the props re: dinner party!

And, get off on your temp self handing out samples at the poor ol' Westmoreland store. I loved that place...not quite as much as the main store, but still a charming bit of '50s Richmond. I wonder what ever happened to the big painting of the main store that hung in the entryway?