I tried to do this the other day, but the computer crashed so I just gave up. So here it is. Once again, I’m copying my frindz.

Four jobs you’ve had in your life: Food Service at The Mill Bakery & Eatery, Surgical Assistant for an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Technical Support for ResGen (biotech), middle and high school mathematics teacher.

Four movies you could watch over and over: The Princess Bride, The Breakfast Club, Dead Poets Society, Hook

Four places you’ve lived: parents’ house, dorms, apartment by myself, house with Jerry

Four TV shows you love to watch: CSI (the original), Boston Legal, Simply Quilts, 30 Minute Meals

Four places you’ve been on vacation: St. Lucia, Walt Disney World, Colorado, Central Texas in a Big White Van

Four websites you visit daily: SS, all those blogs listed over there ->, Gmail, Baby’s Named a Bad, Bad Thing

Four of your favorite foods: Strawberries, Pears, dark chocolate, macaroni and cheese

Four places you’d rather be: WDW, quilting, scrapbooking, Colorado

Four albums you can’t live without: Helen’s baby book, Alice’s baby book, our Engagement to Honeymoon album, and the current year album. Oh, that’s not what you meant?

Four magazines you read: Cooking Light, Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine, Lasting Moments, and occasionally Oprah when MIL brings it to me

Four cars you’ve owned: 1992 Red Pontiac Grand Dammit, 2000 Blue Subaru Outback, 2001 Blue Subaru Forester, 2002 Blue Subaru Outback

7 thoughts on “Four”

  1. If my list had posted before my connection timed out the other day,you’d have seen that I had a 1993 red Pontiac Grand AM!

  2. Mine was a Grand Am until the 60,000 mile warranty expired. When I hit 60,001 miles, all kinds of things started happening to it. I don’t remember them all now, but there was a litany.

    The final straw was when I was driving down the street, not doing anything unusual, and it just quit. Power steering locked up, everything locked up. Scared the pants off me. Did it more than once. And since I didn’t have airbags in that car, I really wasn’t interested in driving a deathtrap.

  3. Yep, we’re Subaru junkies. Love ’em. Incredible value for the price — when we bought our first one in 1999, 93% of the Subarus sold at dealerships in 1989 were still on the road ten years later. That’s a pretty good statistic. I’ll be driving the 2002 until it dies — I LOVE that car. We bought it when the lease on our 2000 was up, 6 days before Helen was born. Heh.

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