Four Jobs I’ve Held:
Tractor Driver (really!)
Business owner (multiple times)
Corporate – Executive – Technical – Senior Account Representative (all same job, they just changed the names to protect the innocent, or I got promoted.)
Four Films I Could Watch Over and Over:
Ummmm…I can’t remember one. What does that say about me? Yikes!
Four TV Shows I Watch:
Do I have to reveal this information? Okay. Just remember, my life is not my own. Therefore, until I invest in Tivo (and learn how to run it), I’m basically left with the stuff that happens after 10pm and prior to 6am. I mean, what did you think made me start blogging?
American Idol (when I can)
Flip this House (hey, they’re from Texas!)
The Colbert Report
Four Places I’ve Lived:
Okay, this is huge. Can you handle it?
Big Spring, Texas
Do you notice an ever creeping move west?
Four Favorite Foods:
Les Vela’s Swamp Juice Crab Legs from Vela Bay in Midland
Clam Chowder, Landry’s, anywhere
Sweet Potato Fries w/ cream gravy, Wall Street Bar & Grill, Midland
Huevos Rancheros w/ black beans, La Fonda on the Plaza, Santa Fe
Four Websites I Visit Daily;
All of yours! And…
The Fire Ant Gazette
A Big Doozie
For Love of Home
Four Favorite Colors:
Deep chocolate brown
Four Places I Would Love to be Right Now:
Seattle, Washington listening to some musician on a corner
Hunting birds with my sons, my man, and Zack the Wonder Dog
East Texas hanging out with my cousins
Santa Fe, NM with my man and his guitar, but not on a work-related trip
Four Names You Love, But Could/Would Not Use for Your Children :
Ila Dick. Ila Dick was my grandmother’s first and second name – like Mary Jane. What were her parents thinking?
Emerson. My maiden name – and I’ve known ladies and men with this as their first name, sounds great.
Myers - I love this name as a first name, but my nephew claims it!
Rowdy – I love how this name sounds, but my son would be very unhappy with this name.
I hereby randomly tag:
Karen at Pondering Penguin, Foo at Random Synaptic Misfire, Tricia at Silver Linings, and The Poet of the Panhandle!