Malissa has to be one of the sweetest bloggers out there; when I read her blog, that’s the impression she leaves. She tagged me weeks ago, but since I’m lousy at these kind of things, I’m just now getting to it. I’ll try my best to keep my answers to four. No promises.
Four jobs I have had in my life:
1. The “line girl” at the Western Sizzlin’ (“What number would you like?”, “Baked potatoes or fries?”, “Peppers and onions, or mushroom gravy?”)(After college graduation, lasted three days because I quit since they didn’t trust me handling the money.)
2. Movie theater concession attendant (we used real butter for the popcorn).
3. Shoe salesman
4. Marketing director
Four movies I could watch over and over:
The Sting, my #1 all-time favorite. It deserves a place above any common numbers.
1. The Sound of Music
2. When Harry Met Sally
3. It’s a Wonderful Life
4. Something’s Gotta Give & You’ve Got Mail (tie)
Four Places I have lived:
1. Atlanta, Ga.
2. Murrells Inlet, S.C.
3. New Ellenton, S.C.
4. NC/SC border
Four things I like to do:
1. Cook (and then eat what I cook)
2. Spend time with good friends (this, after cooking and while eating is doubly good)
3. Listen to my children help each other
4. Read and write.
Four of my favorite foods:
1. Chocolate (cake, ice cream, chocolate just-about-anything)
2. Southern prepared veggies (fresh corn, fried okra, sauteed squash in a pound of butter)
3. Grilled seafood
4. My mother-in-law’s friend chicken (great! NOW I’m hungry)
Four places I would like to be right now:
1. No question, the beach
2. The beach
3. The beach
4. Sitting on the front porch of a cabin in the NC mountains, sipping hot coffee out of a perfectly-fitted-to-my-hand mug, reading a GREAT book, sitting next to my husband
Four websites I visit daily:
1. Weather sites (especially during the school year)
2. Centurytel (it’s my home page, and now that I’m writing that, I need to change it…b o r i n g)
3. iTunes…it’s a kid thing these days
4. My favorite blogs–an ever revolving door.
Four places I have been on vacation:
1. Washington, D.C. (if you haven’t gone, you MUST!!!) I’ve gone half a dozen times and I NEVER get tired of it!!!!
2. NYC, pre-9-11. Went to the top of the WTC, not sure which building. I’ll look for the pics sometime soon.
3. Boston (a GREAT city, exceeded my expectations, wanna take the kids back sometime).
4. Chicago (again, it exceeded my expectations, a beautiful and clean downtown, and so much to see and do, three days wasn’t nearly enough)
Your turn? I’d love to hear your answers!