Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Okay, so it's probably too confusing to explain, but I didn't actually post that last blog entry...My new husband was a little over-eager to bring me back into the blogging world. Anyway, yes I am married, and yes, I really am back this time.

The wedding was great, being married is crazy and wonderful, and I'm not entirely sure what I want to blog about. I might just slack off. So here it is. My little bit of nothing for the day. Maybe I'll be more forthcoming about my life and thoughts later.

Four Jobs I've had:
Postal Clerk
Medieval Literature Research Assistant
Basketball Camp Coach

Four movies I'd watch over and over again:
Groundhog Day (I have watched this over and over again)
About a Boy
As Good as it Gets
The Sound of Music
(*And I could probably watch Rear Window over and over again too, because I love Grace Kelly and Jimmy Stewart in that one)

Four Places I've Lived:
Rome (hah, I wish it was Rome, Italy)
Raleigh, North Carolina...well, I will live there soon!

Four TV shows I love to watch:
Smallville (Allison got me hooked, Tom Welling might not be able to act, but he does make a cute teen superman)
Alias, Jennifer Garner kicking butt is my favorite thing about this show
reruns of The Fresh Prince of that 90's flair
The Cosby Show, c'mon, who doesn't love the Cosby show besides the KKK?

Four Websites I visit daily:
Dang, I don't even get online daily.

Four places I've been on vacation:
San Francisco
Florida (I know Florida's like the staple vacation place. I hope my next big trip is overseas.)

Four foods I love:
Mac-n-cheese (no, I am not five years old)
Mike's grandma's manicotti
is Mayfield's Moonpie ice cream a food?
Hawaiian bread

Four places I'd rather be:
Once springtime starts to hit us full force I will wish I am somewhere pollen free.


Blogger Sarah said...

Welcome back, Mrs M!!! Glad you are well and happy!!!

6:38 PM  
Blogger Jeremy Uriz said...

Yeah, About a Boy. We watched it and I could have watched it again the next day and the next.
Rear Window would have been a great choice. Stewart and Hitch made a great team (Vertigo, Rope, The Man Who Knew Too Much, etc)
Glad you are back and I hope you get more time to spend online once your hubby takes care of business with the internet company!

6:58 PM  
Blogger Jamie Poissant said...

Groundhog Day is the bomb. In fact, I just finished giving an hour-long presentation on the film to my Grad school film class. Is there really that much to discuss regarding Groundhog Day? Oh! Don't even get me started...if you only knew. For more from Writer/Director Harold Ramis, check out a swell interview in the March, 2006 issue of The Believer. Best line in response to the interviewer's question of whether Ramis is offended as a filmaker that many people go to the movies so that they "don't have to think." Ramis's response: "No, I'm offended as a human being!"
Jasmine is awesome!

2:33 AM  
Blogger Philip said...

Yes, the Cosby show was wholesome and presented a stable, successful black family on mainstream television, and for that I'll give it props. It never seemed to you as though their story was too perfect to be true? How many American families, let alone black American families, actually live like that?

And yeah, Moonpie ice cream counts as food. Screw dairy, file it under the delicious food group. :)

8:25 PM  

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