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Monday, March 19

Silly Surveys.

Rather than write a big ol' recap of our Stevenson weekend which, true to my word, consisted of glorious, heavenly nothings (like two trips to Home Depot, and buying our first real grill, and three hours of yardwork, and it was amazing)... but wait, I digress... I'm going to fill one of these babies out. I love reading these on other blogs, so maybe you'll enjoy it here.

Four jobs that you have had: 
Lifeguard (first ever job)
Retail (college breaks at American Eagle and Abercrombie)
Prospecting specialist (cold caller, really, first job out of college)
Communications specialist (current job in PR)

Four things you wanted to be when you grew up:
Princess, duh
Ballerina (until I realized that I have severe stage fright)
Teacher (still want to be one sometimes)
Communications specialist (ha!)

Four movies you could watch over and over:
Waking Ned Devine
Pride and Prejudice (2006 -- BBC one is way too long for my taste)
Love Actually
Mrs. Doubtfire

Four cities you have lived in: 
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Toledo
(gosh, isn't that a glamorous list)

Four TV shows you love to watch:
The Office
Parks and Rec
Modern Family
House Hunters International

Four Places you've been on vacation:

Cancun 
Hilton Head
Ft. Lauderdale
Naples

Four Websites you visit daily:
Facebook
Weddingbee (yes, still... don't judge me)
Pinterest
MSNBC

Four of your favorite foods:
Ravioli
Dubliner cheese
Black bean corn salad
Buffalo chicken dip

Four foods you can't stand:
Hotdogs
Jello
Beets
Watermelon-flavored candy

Four schools you've attended:
University of Pittsburgh
Ohio University
Hudson High School
Bradford Woods Elementary School

Four places you'd rather be right now:
San Diego
Naples
Tuscany
South of France
(but only if I can take my dogs... oh, alright, and my husband)

2 comments:

  1. I remember when the BBC version of P&P was first on TV - I didn't know the story (I don't think I was a teenager yet) and every week I was desperate to watch the next episode! It is so well made (although it is rather long).

    The film I can watch repeatedly (and do) is Mr & Mrs Smith. We now have the director's cut as well as the original and I enjoy spotting the differences! (very sad!)

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  2. I think part of the problem is that I tried to watch the BBC P& P all in one go instead of week by week, since I bought it on DVD. Colin Firth is adorable though, so it still held my interest pretty well ;)

    I only saw Mr and Mrs Smith once, and it was at a drive in theater in high school where everyone was talking and paying no attention at all the entire time. I'll have to give that one another try!

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