Thursday, 17 November 2011

The "4" email

In a previous post I mentioned I was sent this email several years ago.  The email had seven questions that each had four answers.  Many of them work for me, a couple don't, including the first one: "Four Jobs I have had". I haven't had four jobs outside of education.  All my work through university was child related; day camps, nannying, babysitting, tutoring etc.  Now this doesn't make for very interesting reading at all!    So I have taken this old email from February 2007, yes call me a pack rat, and made some changes so it works for me.  The email ended with the directions to delete the sender's answers, put in your own and then send it to a whole bunch of people you know including the person who sent it to you.  The theory is that you will learn a lot of little facts about those people you know.

So for something different and off the topic of adoption, as I am still waiting to hear something, anything from my local agency about my country, here goes! 

Things you may not have known about me:

4 Places I have lived:
Wantage, England
Ferney Voltaire, France
Geneva, Switzerland,
Quesnel, B.C., Canada

4 books I've read recently:
Mamalita by Jessica O'Dwyer
Secret Daughter by Shilpi Somoya Gowda
War Horse by Michael Morpurgo
The Flying Carpet of Small Miracles by Hala Jaaber
* presently reading: A Princess Found by Sarah Culberson and Tracy Trivas

4 Authors I enjoy: (I've added this one)
Nicholas Sparks
Cathy Glass
Torey Hayden
* children's author: Jean Little

4 movies I enjoyed watching and would watch again:
Father of the Bride
Pretty Woman & Erin Brokovitch
The Blind Side

4 of my favourite foods:
chocolate raspberry pavalova (Nigella Lawson)
homemade smoothies (I love my new Magic Bullet)
English Christmas cake - Katie Stewart, Times Cookery Book

4 Places I would like to travel: (I've added this one)
Australia & New Zealand
African safari

4 places I would rather be now:
-  a beautiful beach with soft sand and a warm ocean with gentle waves
- walking in the snow with friends, or playing with kids in the snow
- curled up in front of the fire with a good book and a big mug of tea
- England

4 Childhood memories: - I added this one but it is hard to narrow down
- my ninth birthday, my mom organized a surprise party after being telling me "No" to having a party
- the birth of my sister
- day trips to London with my dad (Hamley's, the Science Museum, Madame Tussauds, London Zoo, HMS Belfast)
- getting a homemade doll's house from my English nanny and grandad

I am going to sign off as I want to make some oatmeal, white chocolate-chip, cranraisin cookies.   I certainly don't need them, but oh well!

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