Tuesday, December 18, 2007

i've been hit

... or tagged rather. here goes:

five things I was doing 10 years ago

1. running at least 5 days a week
2. singing in Choristers/going to England for the first time-- who knew that would be such a fateful trip?
3. not enjoying junior high
4. figuring out my hair
5. discovering flared pants

five things on my "to do list" today:
1. make dinner for tonight
2. go shopping for dinners for Sam and Katrina while I'm gone
3. go for a walk
4. finish my quilt
5. play with my Christmas presents

five things I would do if I were a millionaire:
(I'm assuming as a millionaire, I have multiple millions)
1. buy a new car-- one with air conditioning
2. outfit an infant's room
3. travel
4. buy a really pretty wool coat that actually fits me
5. invest

five things I will never wear again:
1. tapered pants
2. socks that show above running shoes
3. anything with puffy paint on it
4. bright red shirts (I look terrible in them)
5. stick-on earrings

five of my favorite toys:
1. my new Christmas present (more on that later)
2. my Bosch
3. my mp3 player
4. my bookbinding stuff
5. Sam

five people to tag:

1. sam
2. sam
3. sam
4. sam
5. sam


gremhog susan.hatch@gmail.com said...

You mentioned this if you were a millionairess: 4. buy a really pretty wool coat that actually fits me

That got me to remembering. When I was first married and living at BYU I'd see this pg students literally STUFFED into coats and always felt sorry for them. Swore that I would never do that to myself and actually I did not. If i needed a coat, it was a cape....and most times, I just ignored the need for a coat. So if you want a wool coat that fits your burgeoning figure...go buy it....you'll use it again, i am sure.

Alicia said...

Hi Heather! I saw you on Emily Hawkes' blog. Congrats on your little-one-on-the-way! That's great! And never, ever feel guilty about leaving a gap between blog posts because 1) then I might need to feel bad too, and B) you're obviously doing more important things :). Anyway, it's fun to see what you're up to, and hopefully you remember me so this doesn't sound completely random! By the way, I have a baby, and speaking from my experience, they (babies) are great. Be very excited. Merry Christmas!

Alicia (Packer) Langstraat
Oh: curtandali.blogspot.com :)