Friday, June 12, 2009

Four Things

Saw this on Bill Crider's blog. I've done so many of these, I can't remember if I've done this one. For most if not all of these, it was hard to limit to just four.

Four Movies You Can See Over and Over (I've seen the first two more times than I can count. There are so many others I could list here.)
  • Laura
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
  • The new Star Trek
  • Serenity
Four Places You Have Lived
In order:
  • Brooklyn, NY
  • Queens, NY
  • Long Island, NY
  • Manhattan (technically, NY, NY)
(and I'm back in Queens)

Four TV Shows You Love to Watch (To keep down the choices, I considered current shows only, and this is still only a partial list.)
  • NCIS
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • Primeval
  • Burn Notice
Four Places You Have Been on a Vacation
  • San Francisco
  • Los Angeles
  • Hawaii
  • Colorado
Four of Your Favorite Foods
  • Chocolate (Well, duh, what did you think would be first? heh)
  • Cheese
  • Hamburgers
  • Pizza
Four Websites You Visit Daily (out of at least a dozen, and not counting work)
  • Bloglines
  • flickr
  • Facebook
  • LiveJournal
Four Places You Would Rather Be
  • New York City (Hey, I love it here!)
  • Hawaii (where maybe, it isn't actually raining now as it is here in NYC)
  • San Francisco
  • The state of retirement
Four Things You Hope to Do Before You Die
  • Read all my books (Hardly likely, given how many I own.)
  • Watch all my DVDs (Within the realm of possibility, but not if I keep buying new ones.)
  • Finish my novel and get it published.
  • Sell my photos
Four Novels You Wish You Were Reading for the First Time
(This is a tough one.)
  • Watership Down by Richard Adams (to see if it could still inspire such a sense of wonder in me.)
  • A Canticle for Liebowitz by Walter M. Miller (because I'd be coming to it with an older, more mature perspective.)
  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (because I was too young the first time to fully appreciate the nuances, or to remember the details all that well now, 40 years later.)
  • The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury (so I could fall in love with science fiction all over again.)
Tag Four People You Believe Will Respond.

Ah, tag yourself if you want. Go on. You know you wanna. :)

Meanwhile, I've been indulging my love of Italian charms by shopping on eBay.

Feeling: okay

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