Wednesday, May 04, 2005

I got tagged!

By Pioggia Here's the rules: Pick 5 of the following and then complete the sentences. Then pass it on to 3 more of your blog friends! But no tag backs! The Premise (pick 5): 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… If I could be an architect… If I could be a linguist… If I could be a psychologist… If I could be a librarian… 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 world famous blogger… If I could be a justice on any one court in the world… If I could be married to any current famous political figure… So here are my answers... 1) If I could be a gardener I'd have one of those large shrub mazes. Those just seem so cool, that scene from The Shining notwithstanding. I especially like the idea that I could lose myself in there and get some peace from the kidlets and the hubby every once in a while. It might work better than locking myself in the bathroom. :) 2) If I could be a chef I'd be an Iron Chef! Not one of the Iron Chef America people, one of the original Japanese ones. Maybe Iron Chef Chinese. Yummy! I'd whip up five dishes all incorporating the rutabaga in an hour... I can hear the judges now... You've incorporated the rutabaga in a very subtle yet delicious way! 3) If I could be an inn-keeper, I'd own a bed and breakfast in Pacific Grove, CA. That whole area is just gorgeous. 4) If I could be a writer, I'd write screenplays. Actually, this is something I once aspired to do. I wrote a 15 minute movie once. I'm not saying it was any good, but I do enjoy writing and appreciating good dialogue in the movies. 5) If I could be a professor, I'd teach philosophy/theology and ethics. I actually did teach this at the high school level for six years. I think it would be so much fun to do it at the college level where you really could delve into all the controverial topics! Now to tag three other people... I think I will tag Amylovie, Karen, and Tesoro. Thanks Pioggia! That was fun!

6 Comments:

Blogger amylovie said...

Thanks for the tag! You are an Iron Chef fan too...OK this is scary!

Amy

5/04/2005 05:24:00 PM  
Blogger Pioggia said...

Glad you enjoyed it, It's funny how you chose to be an inn-keeper too, but boy, what a huge difference. I'm glad you finished your mom's sweater on time.

5/04/2005 07:03:00 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

Check my blog for my answers!

thanks for tagging me!

5/05/2005 08:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Carry said...

How does one sign up for the "I do" KAL? Do you have to be a "blogger" blogger?

5/05/2005 01:15:00 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

I got the cotton stuff, Shine, in orchid for the Rebecca pattern.

5/06/2005 08:20:00 AM  
Blogger JessiePlus said...

hi there--

i'd love to join the knitalong! i'm at the turning point of the first sleeve, and am befuddled. thanks!
jessie

jessie.mallor@gmail.com

5/09/2005 09:55:00 AM  

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