Sunday, June 26, 2005

Taggy goodness....

I lurv these...Thanks to Amanda for tagging me!

10 Years Ago:
I was reading R.L. Stine and L.J. Smith and Stephen King.
I was dating my first boyfriend...the moron.
My mom and I didn't get along as well as we do now.
I was involved in EVERYTHING in school...including sports for about 5 seconds.
I hid in a closet full of booze bottles (art) with Cherbear and Clack and we fooled our GT teacher into thinkin' we weren't at school. We took pictures, too.


5 Years Ago:
I was a moron.
My dad had been dead almost a year.
I went through my first really wild stage.
I was a Baylor girl...but not the snooty kind.
I was an artist.

Yesterday:
I sang Mama Loves Mambo at the circulation desk.
I went swimming in my black swimsuit.
I let my hair curl.
I read some more *good* sex scenes to fuel my sex scene/romance post.
I sniffed candles.

Today:
Is my one day off.
I'm in my pajamas.
I'll be cleaning the fish tank.
And reading more sex.
And dusting.

Three Favorite Snacks:
Spicier Nacho Doritos
Seedless red grapes
Fajita chicken on captain's wafers

Three Favorite Songs (at the moment):
Fast Cars and Freedom (Rascal Flatts)
I Probably Wouldn't Be This Way (Leann Rimes)
Thoughtless (Evanescence and Korn)

Three Favorite Locations:
My bed
Topsail Island, North Carolina (beach...small beach)
Any large bookstore

Three Bad Habits:
Cursing like a sailor
Not exercising as much as I should (but it's hot outside!)
Flipping my hair around

Three Things I'd Never Wear:
Yellow gold
A straw hat
A Bush/Cheney shirt

Three Favorite Shows:
Desperate Housewives
Dancing with the Stars
House Hunters

Three Favorite Movies:
Gone with the Wind
Sweet Home Alabama
Frida (and many many more)

Three Famous People I'd Like to Meet:
Tom Cruise for a chat about the history of psychiatry and a good bitch slap
Kate Winslet
Ellen Degeneres

Three Joys In My Life:
My peeps (cheating: mom and friends)
Teaching
Reading

20 comments:

  1. I loved fear street and everything King when I was younger. Did you like Christopher Pike?? I loved him, he was just so boss. I definately think his writing is what made me want to be an author.
    I gloved your list[s].

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  2. I swear like a sailor, too, but I consider it one of my fuckin' attributes.

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  3. Flesh,
    I loooooved me some Christopher Pike. Remember Me remains one of my all-time favorite books!

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  4. Todd,
    Congrat-u-fuckin'-lations. I swear here and under my breath the most. :oD

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  5. Christopher Pike gave me the willies and I loved him for it.

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  6. I like the closet full of booze. That so reminds me of high school where I'd sit with the walgreen's liquor store ads and pick out my weekend poison of choice. We would've gotten along well in school.

    Plus you'd never wear a t-shirt promoting the Anti-Christ. Very, very, very cool; we have enough sheep in this country for that!

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  7. Me too, girl! I owned every book he ever wrote. And then I sold 'em when I got old! :o(

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  8. Cincy,
    Shockingly I wasn't a drinker. The bottles belonged to the art teacher at school (empty...although she smelled of it allll the time). Sorry to disappoint, mannn! Maybe the lack of Bush/Cheney gear will still redeem me. :oD

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  9. So... what's a Baylow girl then?

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  10. Baylor University....my dream university when I was growing up.

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  11. you forgot to answer what you wore to prom!?

    and

    PICS!!!

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  12. Which prom??? I was a smokin' hot beeyotch, so I went to three. 1 and 2 were black dresses....one straight cut, simple, with a rhinestone peep-hole between the boobs. The second black dress was empire-waisted and flowy with a huge keyhole peephole in the front and back. The last one was hunter green, also empire-waisted and flowy. Not as many holes.

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  13. Please note that it was Johnny who asked for pics, not me. But while you're at it...

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  14. Good point...

    I'll see what I can do.

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  15. So, my question is WHY did the shark let us get away with that? i will NEVER understand that woman. she didn't even count us LATE or anything. so weird.
    also, why is flipping your hair a bad habit??
    and i've been wanting to watch dancing with the stars and i haven't seen a single episode yet! i'm sure it fantastically fun.

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  16. Clack,
    No idea why we got away with that...or throwing the pizza out the window!!! Go figure!

    Hair flipping makes me feel like a valley girl.

    Dancing with the Stars is hysterically wonderful! Force yourself to catch it!

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  17. dancing with the stars is awesome. I love it. I always vote for Joey. I was a HUGE NKOTB fan when I was a kid.

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  18. Amanda,
    I was a big NKOTB fan, too. I'm all about John O'Hurley this time, though. He's so cuuuuute! And good!

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  19. I'm just imperssed you were able to decipher my typing. How in the hell I got Baylow out of Baylor I'll never know :)
    Obviously them college learnings learned you good.

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  20. LOL, Fence. I'm an English teacher...I can decipher anyyyything.

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