Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Quatre

Thanks, Heather.

Four jobs I have had:

  • All-arounder at The International Centre. I loved this job - I knew every international student on campus!
  • Temp in Judicial chambers, Fairfax County Circuit Court. This is where my interest in "the law" began. I temped here during the summer before my last year of college. I remember thinking, "too bad you have to go to law school to be an attorney - I will never do another degree!"
  • My stint in retail: I worked in a Minnesota Fabrics store (now known as Hancock Fabrics . )
  • software engineer/application developer/etc. etc. - translation: code monkey. This is the illustrious career I had before the harebrained scheme (i.e. to go to law school.)

Four movies I could watch over and over:

Four places I've lived:

Four TV shows I love to watch: (keeping in mind that I don't have a TV)

Four places I've been on vacation:

Four of my favorite foods:

  • sushi
  • Massamun curry
  • soup (comfort food for me)
  • breakfast, generally. I feel like I'm getting away with something when I have breakfast for dinner.

Four places I'd rather be right now:

  • Venice. I've seen quite a few movies that take place and/or have scenes in Venice. Now, I feel a hankerin'.
  • Hawaii. I've never been! Now that I live on the west coast, I think it's much more likely that I'll go.
  • Costa Rica. I had hoped and planned to go to language school in CR, and I will make it happen! I didn't buy Lonely Planet: Costa Rica for nothing!
  • Malaysia. I miss the fam.

Four sites I visit daily:

Four Bloggers I am tagging:


6 comments:

Heather said...

Ooh, I second both Lost in Translation and Six Feet Under, I forgot about those. Love!

Roonie said...

You are so interesting. I wish you'd write a book about your life. Every time you open up, I find more and more out about you that make me wonder, "Ooh, when did she do that? Tell me more, tell me more!" I would read it.

wt said...

As with most things in life, I am in complete and utter agreement with your friend's mother.

Roonie said...

Lalalala, now I am just missing youuuuuu...

CM said...

Frida, really? I've never seen that movie. I'll put it on the Netflix queue.

Chick Pea said...

ahh.. you must go to venice.. and just wander the alleys.. ran into a random doorway where the gondilier (sp?) hung out with an elderly man.. they serenaded me for 2 hours and we danced like anything.. that was venice..beautiful, majestic..and magical.. sigh.. amazing amazing place for me..