Friday, November 14, 2008

Tag!

My sister tagged me. Will I tag you? Read to the bottom to find out...

Five things I was doing 10 years ago.
  1. Surviving the halls of Bear Creek High School
  2. Tasting my first sushi (and wasabi!) during a late-night deadline as part of my editorship on The Bruin Voice.
  3. Working on my interactive notebook into the wee hours of the morning for U.S. History with Tilton. (Does anyone know what happened to that guy?)
  4. Prepping for my AP German test in the spring
  5. Looking forward to dating (yeah, not much has changed on that front in the last 10 years)
Five things on my list of things to do today:
  1. 1. Clean my desk.
  2. Clean my room.
  3. Read Heart of Darkness
  4. Write some of my novel.
  5. Blog (wait, does this count? Cross one off the list!)
Five snacks I enjoy:
  1. Edamame
  2. String Cheese
  3. 100 Calorie Packs (any kind. I love them)
  4. Fiber One Yogurt (peach)
  5. Fiber One Bars (chocolate chip)
Five things I'd do if I became a Millionaire
  1. Pay off debts (most importantly to my parents)
  2. Ride the Orient Express.
  3. Buy a cello. And a piano.
  4. Buy a house.
  5. Oh, and I would by a fancy pants Mac with the Ginormous Monitor of Glory.
Five Places I've Lived:
  1. Fresno, CA
  2. Stockton, CA
  3. Provo, UT
  4. Kentucky/Indiana
  5. Salt Lake City, UT
Five Jobs I've Had.
  1. A cashier at Longs. Oh, the stories
  2. A bagel stock clerk at the BYU booktore
  3. A project manager/tutoring coordinator at The Center for Service and Learning
  4. A public relations assistant at the BYU Internship Office
  5. A communication specialist at Moreton & Company
Five People I Tag: (I'm assuming this is people who regularly read my blog. So these are all people I hope have me on Google Reader...)
  1. Mom
  2. Jenna B.
  3. Mallory
  4. Jeff H.
  5. Joy

3 comments:

Rachel and Jeremy said...

Soooo....I had no idea you were a bagel stocker. Wow.

Tess said...

If you were a millionaire, would you buy me a cello too? Pretty please?

Jason said...

Oh, good old Fresno!