Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Tag - I'm IT!

I've been tagged for my very first meme by greyhoundchaos, so here goes:

* Four jobs you have had in your life:
1) Shoveling elephant poo on a wild animal preserve
2) Ambulance EMT
3) Virologist
4) Healthcare I.T. Consultant

* Four movies you could watch over and over:
1) Sense and Sensability (Emma Thompson version)
2) Emma (Gwenyth Paltrow version)
3) Pride and Prejudice (BBC/A&E version)
4) Ocean's 11/Ocean's 12 (Clooney versions)

* Four places you have lived:
1) Falls Church, VA
2) Richmond, VA
3) Harrisonburg, VA
4) Kailua-Kona, HI

* Four TV shows you love to watch:
1) Lost
2) Grey's Anatomy
3) Andy Griffith
4) Dick van Dyke/Mary Tyler Moore

* Four places you have been on vacation
1) Maui
2) Puerto Rico
3) Bahamas
4) Outer Banks, NC

* Four websites you visit daily:
2) Dynomite
3) Virgin Wool (of course)
4) My Yahoo

* Four places you'd rather be right now:
1) In my bed, asleep
2) On a table, getting a massage (for my sore back)
2) In a whirlpool (again, for sore back)
4) On my honeymoon (need a groom first, though)

* Four bloggers you are tagging:
1) DustBunniesCanWait
2) Beth
3) Ranger Susie
4) Maggi



DustBunniesCanWait said...

Hey! Foul! What a way to sneak up oin a girl :-(

Mary said...

(Hee hee) -- I left a comment on your blog, too, just in case you didn't stop by mine!

-Mary :-)

greyhoundchaos said...

thanks again for your help. i think i finally figured it out. the perils of starting a blog when you know zilch about computer.

Ranger Susie said...

Oh Boy! My first meme-tag! Cool!

Liz said...

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm not exactly "local" but I'm not super far away either. I'm in MD about 20 minutes south of Baltimore and about a half an hour from MDS&W! Nice to meet you Mary!

Bess said...

Hey there - Thanks for dropping by. I am not local either, but I used to be. Lived at New Kent & the Boulevard on south side and still get weepy when I drive that way. I'm down on The Rivah now, as reported each spring in the RTD.

And yes - it is a good job - though like any job - it has its down days. I've been lucky since my bosses have given me tons of freedom and lots of support. Plus, it's fun to spend boucoo bucks on books. You ought to see our knitting collection!

Bess said...

Hey Mary,

No. I don't write for the RTD, but they always run at least one article about summertime spent on "The Rivah" which usually means the Rappahannock, but could really be any Virginia rivertown - and I run the library in our little town - Tappahannock.

Westover Hills library was mine when I was growing up and I loved the chilren's librarian there. I started high school at George Wythe, then moved across river to St. Gertrudes and finished up at TJ - the alternative high scool now. sigh. time passes.