Tagged: The Sevens Meme

7 things to do before I die (in no particular order):
1. Go to New York
2. Go to Greece
3. Celebrate a 50th wedding anniversary (my own, not one for someone else)
4. Own a house
5. That thing good girls don’t do ’til they get married.
6. Adopt a baby (or several)
7. Get down to and maintain a healthy weight
7 things I can’t do:
1. Whistle
2. Parallel park on the left side of the street (one way streets)
3. Web design (thank God for friends)
4. Hit the really high E at the end of Phantom of the Opera
5. Play an instrument
6. Be intentionally cruel or hurtful
7. Play videogames. I totally suck.
7 things that attract me to blogging:
1. It gets things out of my head
2. It’s a way to express my personality
3. It’s a way to say the things I am sometimes afraid to say and lets me feel like I’m being heard
4. I’ve made awesome friends doing it
5. It gets me writing and keeps the creative juices flowing, especially at times when my life feels super un-creative.
6. It gets to be all about me in a context where being all about me is acceptable.
7. I was never good at keeping a paper diary and it lets me look back through years past and see where I was in life and what I was thinking.
7 things I say most often:
1. You’re my favorite.
2. Who’s driving?
3. Julie NO!!
4. …and stuff, and so….
5. Hate!!
6. What?
7. Dude.
7 books (or book series) I love:
1. The Earth’s Children books by Jean Auel (Clan of the Cave Bear, Valley of the Horses, The Mammoth Hunters, Plains of Passage and Shelters of Stone. Yes, I know, prehistoric chick porn)
2. The Arrows trilogy by Mercedes Lackey (Arrows of the Queen, Arrows Flight and Arrows Fall)
3. Just Another Kid by Torey Hayden
4. Wicked by Gregory Maguire
5. One Child by Torey Hayden
6. Silent Witness by Richard North Patterson
7. The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom
7 movies I watch over and over:
1. Garden State
2. Almost Famous
3. Love, Actually
4. When Harry Met Sally
5. Center Stage
6. Mr. Holland’s Opus
7. Shakespeare in Love
7 people I want to join in, too:
none, I rarely tag people