Monday, May 16, 2005

Tag-thanks paintergirl

The idea here is to pick 3 from the list, you get the idea. I was tagged and I feel so special since well, no one has tagged me before, and I'm supposed to tag 3 people but I don't think that many people even read my blog, so Greg, Kathy and Shari, if you're reading this, you're tagged!!

If I could be a scientist,
If I could be a farmer
If I could be a musician,
If I could be a doctor
If I could be a painter
If I could be a gardener
If I could be a missionary
If I could be a chef, I would have my in-laws over for huge feasts and make chocolate every day of my life, and make dinner for my grandma and her prisonmates at the nursing home
If I could be an architect,
If I could be a linguist
If I could be a psychologist
If I could be a librarian I would make reading books the new 'fad' and make it as popular as reality TV and turn this idiot society around
If I could be an athlete
If I could be a lawyer
If I could be an inn-keeper
If I could be a professor
If I could be a writer
If I could be a llama-rider
If I could be a bonnie pirate
If I could be an astronaut
If I could be a justice on any one court in the world
If I could be married to any current famous political figure
If I could be a world famous blogger I would inspire someone to do something wonderful each and every day


paintergirl said...

Hooray! I'm glad you played-and i like your list. You are a very sweet and kind person aren't you? I hope you and the fam had lots of fun in o'town.

Vajana said...

I'd like to think I'm a kind and sweet person but ask anyone who knew me my junior year in high school and I'm sure you'd hear otherwise...we had a blast in Orlando, how did you transition to NY from FL? We toyed with moving down there, but I think we might miss snow too much...

paintergirl said...

Well this is the story that has yet to be written by me. It's called "2004-Never do what I do". We lived in Orlando,moved to Atlanta(lived there 10 years)had our wonderful baby boy and decided we needed to move up north where education was higher ranked(then #3 from the bottom-yikes). And of course closer to all the cool cultural events.Sold the house,moved to norwalk,ct lived there 6mths,bought a house in ny. my hubby is from michigan and he missed the winters. basically,everyone waited with baited breath to see how a florida girl was going to handle the winter. i loved it(white,then gloomy=perfect). i think i was meant for it.(maybe not when i'm 60, but it's a change)I will not be a good tour guide for you with florida. i hated the heat and the humidity for 80% of the time. my skin is bad there in the summer. and i really enjoy having fresh air in the house. In orlando we always had to have the AC on.

Vajana said...

Hmm. Maybe I still need to move. St. Louis= Humidity in the summer AND crappy cold weather in the winter. Oh yeah, I'm headed south.

(I could just drive up for that first powdery snow then get the frick back in the warmth!)