Monday, February 6


memes (or me-mes, as might be more appropriate) aren't usually my thing, but:

4 jobs:
• college writing instructor
• proofreader & editor for japanese dept.
• writing tutor
• grocery bagger

4 movies:
• the royal tennenbaums
• amelie
• love, actually
• whale rider

4 places i’ve lived:
• 4249
• 325 & 327
• 3101
• 2633

4 TV shows:
• scrubs
• the office

4 vacations:
• walpole, NH (2004, 2005)
• rustad, MN (2001, 2002)
• nara, japan (1999, 2000, 2001)
• london, england, & dublin & galway, ireland (2004)

4 dishes:
• chicken divan (curry with broccoli & cream)
• lamb tikka masala
• baked asparagus & zucchini
• green salad with cranberries, pecans, gorgonzola, & vinegar

4 sites:
• flickr
• work email
• my blog, to visit the links i have listed
• gmail

4 places i'd rather be: (i'm at work)
• the art building
• avec mon meilleur ami en besançon
• in a slightly more comfortable chair
• in front of my sewing machine

4 tags:


Anonymous Linda said...

Oh my gosh! This is my first tag ever! :)

3:54 PM  
Anonymous lori z said...

i like your "places" you've lived. i find it fascinating how different places (e.g. cities) have such different number structures and how the most rural places can have the longest numbers. you've made me think more outside the box. thank you.

4:58 PM  
Blogger eireann said...

that IS really interesting, and I hadn't thought about it much! This summer, I lived at hmmmm Canareggio something something something--I can't even remember, because in Venice the numbers don't matter so much as the name of the campo--but in a city like Minneapolis (where everything is on a grid) the numbers are absolute--they tell you exactly where to go! Thank YOU! for making ME think outside the box!

6:30 PM  

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