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Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Well, Misti tagged me. I've seen these things before this is the first time I've been involved in one. Here goes nothing.
What were you doing five years ago? Five years ago I was in about the same place but hadn't started scrapbooking yet. Life consisted of working and shopping and now I've added scapbooking, painting, and card making. Still manage to find time to shop.
What are five things on your to-do list for today (in no particular order)? 1. Make it to the bus at a reasonable time. 2. Work. 3. Work. 4. Work. 5. Get to bed at a reasonable hour.
What are five snacks you enjoy? 1. Black olives 2. Honey roasted peanuts 3. Baked Cheetos 4. Beef jerky 5. Biscotti
What five things would you do if you were a billionaire? 1. Buy a huge piece of land and build a house and several cabins for friends and family. 2. Start some sort of business or two and hire all my friends and family 3. Take my family and maybe even my friends on a European vacation 4. Buy houses for my family 5. Find a few charities to support
What are five of your bad habits? 1. Procrastination 2. Not pick up after myself all the time 3. Procrastination 4. Several things I can't seem to think of right now 5. Procrastination
What are five places where you have lived? (not in order) 1. Wurtzberg, Germany 2. Toledo, Ohio 3. Chicago, Illinois 4. Decatur, Georgia 5. Clarkston, Georgia
What are five jobs you've had? 1. Sales Clerk 2. Carpet Sales 3. Office Assistant 4. Bookkeeping 5. Applications Analyst
Now, let's see, who in the world can I tag. It will have to be Stephanie, Jenni, and Sandy since they have posted anything in quite a while.
Oh, and the picture above is from my trip a couple years ago (wow, has it been that long?) to Great Britain. I played with it in Photoshop with some of the tools from Pioneer Woman and a built in filter.
By day I work with computer software at a law firm and by weekend I'm exploring my creative side. You know, mixed in with all the other stuff you have to do on the weekend like the laundry. I love reading blogs and seeing all the beautiful artwork. I love how encouraging and friendly the community is. Please feel free to leave a comment even if it is just to say hi.