Wednesday, June 24, 2009

4 things

The Walking Man had this 4 question survey on his blog, so I decided to tag myself with it and answer the questions.

Four Movies You Can See Over and Over:

A Beautiful Mind
Dances with Wolves
A Man Called Horse

Four Places You Have Lived:

Brooklyn, NY
New York, NY
Rovaniemi, Finland
Brooklyn, NY (over and over and over again)

Four TV Shows You Love(d) to Watch:

Hell's Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, Medium, Law & Order: SVU

Four Places You Have Been on a Vacation:

San Diego, CA
Saratoga, NY
Santa Fe, NM
Durango, CO

Four of your favorite foods:

imported provolone
italian bread
roasted peppers
(with a nice glass of red on the side)

Four Websites You Visit Daily:

Cups of Tea ( a friend's forum)
The Weather Underground
Whatever updates are available from the blogs I follow

Four Places You Would Rather Be:

In the country, surrounded by nature
At a Medicine Wheel Gathering
A a private beach, swimming
In love

Four Things You Hope to Do Before You Die:

Visit more of Europe
Fall in love again
visit the Grand Canyon
Get a car and go on a road trip

Four Novels You Wish You Were Reading for the First Time:

She's Come Undone
Stones From the River
The Secret Life of Bees
Castaneda's books

If you're reading this, and you have a blog, then you're tagged, too!


  1. Barbara, glad you found my blog and allowing me to reciprocate. Looking forward to keeping up with your musings. Please don't take anything I say too seriously. I sometimes like to twist the lion's tail just for the fun of it.

  2. Nassau and Flushing Blvd. Spent almost a year at the Navy Yard. You made a good job of the 4 things thing.

  3. Oooh, a meme! I'm tagging myself with it (heck, I have nothing else to post about today).

  4. barbara, this is a great way to get to know you. i have a book to recommend that i think would make it to your top list: snow flower and the secret fan.


  5. Thanks for your sharing and the tag.
    I do it later OK:)


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