Saturday, July 07, 2007

Another Meme

I told you I was way behind in things. I was tagged for this one by Last Minute Lyn's Life and wading through my stream of consciousness.

I'm supposed to list the five blogs from the person that tagged me, removing the top blog and moving everyone up a notch and than adding me. Since I was tagged by two different people, that's going to be hard to do.

This is another one that's made the rounds, I don't think anyone has not been tagged yet, so I'll refrain and invite anyone that hasn't done it yet to do so if you want to.

Ok, to the good part. Answer the following questions:

What were you doing 10 years ago?

Working for Service Merchandise and living in Tallahassee Florida but spending three months of the year in Meridan Mississippi closing down that store and than moving back to New Orleans when they closed my store in Florida down. Lots of moving. And while I was in Florida my dog Basil died.

What were you doing 1 year ago?

Pretty much what I'm doing now, working for the same company I'm still working for and doing pretty much the same stuff. A year ago was just before my Dad learned his cancer had come back, so things were going good on that front. It was in Sept that he learned it was back.

Five snacks you enjoy:

1. M&M's
2. Cookies
3. Captain Crunch cereal
4. Butterfingers candy bars
5. Ice cream bars

Five songs to which you know all the lyrics:

1. Eight Days A Week
2. Born in the USA
3. Stand by Me
4. I Love Rock N Roll
5. Imagine

Five things you would do if you were a millionaire:

1. Travel the world
2. Buy a nice house with some land and maybe a lake nearby
3. Take care of my family and friends
4. Set up some sort of foundation for New Orlean's musicians
5. Start my own comic book publishing company

Five bad habits:

1. Putting things off to the last minute and possibly even later
2. Not writing
3. Holding a grudge
4. Losing track of people
5. Not keeping care of myself

Five things you like doing:

1. Writing
2. Reading
3. Listening to music
4. Traveling
5. Watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Five things you would never wear again:

Ok, this one was the hardest to figure out. I am the least fashionable person in the world and will wear just about anything. The ugliest Hawaiian shirt to wearing a hulu skirt (don't ask) I've worn and never thought twice about it. So I'd have to say there isn't five things I could say I would never wear again.

Five favorite toys:

1. Computer
2. Ipod
3. Dvd player
4. Digital camera
5. USB phonograph

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2 comments:

katherine. said...

well then...the rule is if you can't answer the question you gotta post a picture of you wearing the hula skirt....

JohnH985 said...

Thankfully there are no known pictures of that in existence...at least I hope so.

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