Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Four Things

Okay, I'm still spending all my spare time (spare time?) reading the Bible in order to catch up and do it in 90 days. But this is a little fun from SongBird, one of the RevGals.

Four Jobs I've Had in My Life

1. Nurses Aide
2. Data Entry (eeek!)
3. Benefit Specialist (paralegal stuff)
4. Advocate for Eldery in Nursing Homes (Long Term Care Ombudsman)


Four Movies I Could Watch Over and Over, and Have

1. White Knights
2. My Fair Lady
3. Fiddler on the Roof
4. Gone With the Wind

Four Places I have Lived

1. Los Angeles County, California
2. Jacksonville, North Carolina
3. Washington D.C.
4. Ellendale, North Dakota

(want more?)

Four TV Shows I Love to Watch

1. Lost
2. The Amazing Race
3. Antiques Roadshow
4. ah phooey, put in a video instead

Four Places I have been on Vacation

1. The Bahamas
2. Disney World, FL
3. Disneyland, CA
4. Seattle, WA

Yes, I like Disney stuff.

Four Websites I Visit Daily

1. Disert Paths
2. RevGalBlogPals and some of its members, though not all each day
3. Egalitarian Christian Alliance (well, okay, not daily but often)
4. Better Bibles Blog

Four Favorite Foods

1. Mexican (anything but huevos rancheros)
2. spaghetti or steak...it's a tie
3. BBQ spareribs
4. chocolate ice cream

Want more?

Four Places I would Rather Be Right Now

1. In a hot tub. My back is killing me. :-(
2. California (not permanently, just for a visit)
3. in the mountains...any mountains
4. ANYWHERE THE SUN IS SHINING!

People I tag (to do this next)

Whoever wants to!

8 comments:

Songbird said...

I love that you are watching Lost! We are hooked on it.
The only time I regretted it: when I got on the plane for Atlanta, on my way to the Gulf Coast, and realized I was sitting in 42F. Then I had to discipline myself not to think about being in the back of the plane...

SingingOwl said...

Haha! My DH and I are hooked too, and though I don't think it is as good as it was in the beginning, well, we must stay to see what happens.

Did you ever watch "The Prisoner?" I kept watching that to see how it turned out, and they never did expalin anything. Same with "The Fugitive." Oooh...I was MAD! If they do that with LOST, I will never, never watch a night time soap again! ;-)

Songbird said...

I haven't watched either of those, but I have a new thrill to add to Lost--24. At least I know that one will come to an end!

SingingOwl said...

The two I mentioned are not...um...not current. I'm showing my age. As for 24, I watched the first season, then MADE myself stop. Ha!

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Anonymous said...

I watched the Fugitive and the Prisoner too! Milton Berle and Jack Benny are still among my favorite shows though

Nightmare

SingingOwl said...

What? Even I barely remember Milton Berle...so how did you manage to have those two as favorites??

Anonymous said...

Audio tapes, radio classics, videotape, DVD, and watching old Dean Martin celebrity roasts, late night TV growing up... The Stooges, Gleason, Benny,Abbot and Costello, Laurel and Hardy, Henny Youngman, Uncle Milty, Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, Burns and Allen, the Rat Pack, Red Skelton, Red Buttons, Soupy Sales, Kookla, Fran and Ollie, Howdy Doody, the Bowry Boys, Our Gang. I know them all.
Comedy has such a great history in the radio and early tv days. Drama/adventure wasn't too shabby either. The Green Hornet, the Shadow, Lone Ranger. Don't even get me started on the movies... Shane, Maltese Falcon, Key Largo, Casablanca, High Noon, White Heat...