What’s In a Meme?

I got this from The Harried Mom. Read. Write your own post. Pass it on.

1. What were you doing 10 years ago?

2003. Really? That was 10 years ago? I guess so, because Mr. Sandwich and I were well into our long-distance dating relationship, but not yet engaged (that came later in 2003–July 4th, to be exact). This time that year, my dad and I were preparing for a railroad trip through the Canadian Rockies. Awesome trip, BTW.

2. What 5 things are on your to-do list?

  • Get our passports.
  • Take boxing lessons.
  • Organize our home office.
  • Declutter the house.
  • Take Spanish lessons. Again.

3. What are 5 snacks you enjoy?

Macadamia nuts, honey wheat pretzels, shortbread cookies, ice cream, chocolate chip cookies

4. Name some things you would do if you were a millionaire.

Pay off our mortgage; save for Baguette’s education; work part-time and shorten Baguette’s time in day care; pay off my brother’s mortgage (I’m assuming more than $1 million here–is that okay?); buy a vacation home in Kauai; hire a cleaning service

5. Name some places you have lived:

Maryland, California, Texas, Virginia, New Jersey. Several of them more than once.

6. Name some bad habits you have:

Bad housekeeping, too easily distracted by the computer. Mr. Sandwich would add “stealing the covers.”

7. Name some jobs you have had:

Door-to-door doughnut sales, newspaper delivery, editing, project management, social media manager, marketing

So, what about you?

Comments

What’s In a Meme? — 6 Comments

  1. Thanks for the plug and this was a lot of fun. Boxing lessons? Are you trying to be a lethal weapon against Baguette’s future paramours? Also, I have to say that the best place you lived was Jersey! ;)

    • You don’t have to convince me–I loved living in Jersey!

      There are some people I’d like, theoretically, to punch in the face. But you can’t do that. So I’d like to punch a heavy bag instead.

  2. I’m too easily distracted by the computer, too. But I blame the computer.

    I would be a horrible door-to-door doughnut salesperson. Mostly because I would eat all the doughnuts.