Friday, February 17, 2006

So, I have been selected to tell you about myself.
Four jobs I've had in my life:
Receptionist at the only hotel in the barely-a-city of Gingoog, Philippines.
Fiberglass casting technician.
The most random: personal chef and assistant for a 26 year old lesbian.

Four movies I can watch over and over again:
Like Water for Chocolate.
Monsoon Wedding.
The Sword in the Stone (yes, the cartoon.)
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.

Four places I have lived:
Oh, on Painter, four streets up.
Three places in the Philippines.
La Habra.
Here, on Greenleaf.

Four TV shows I love to watch (on DVD):
Arrested Development.
Will & Grace.
Just Shoot Me.

Four places I have been on vacation (or just a trip:)
Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Kashmir, India.
Andalucia, Spain.
Nasuli, Philippines.

Four web sites I visit daily:
Actually, I just run through every family member's blog each day, then sometimes:
Craigslist, or... Actually, that's about it.

Four of my favorite foods:
Sushi-- eel and avo-- and sashimi.
BREAKFAST, almost any way, and espeically with a good latte, sourdough toast with butter and strawberry preserves.

Four places I would rather be right now:
At the beach, especially one far away, especially where I can stay for a few days with Jeff.
At Mani's Cafe on Fairfax, for breakfast, of course.
At the Hollywood Bowl with friends and a picnic.
At the Friday morning farmer's market in Uptown.

Four people I am tagging:


Megan McMillan said...

Nice to see you post again!

Not sure anyone can beat you on the personal assistant and chef job... and I'm so glad that one's past tense now!

: )

Luke said...

i'll meme-up tomorrow. maybe. if I can manage to get around to it. hey ariana, up for lunch on friday?

Unknown said...

Sure, Luke! Give me a call!

DaveShack said...

What's your favorite part of Sword in the Stone?

Unknown said...

I've always looked forward to the squirrel scene, and like the little spats between Archemedes and Merlin.

DaveShack said...

I need to sit down and watch it with the boys. I don't know if I've ever watched more than 2 minutes of it at a time. It came out too late for it to have been a childhood fave, I guess. I have a soft spot for the Disney Robin Hood...especially that opening song:

"Robin Hood and Little John walking through the forest
Laughing back and forth at what the other has to say
Reminiscing this and that and having such a good time
Oo-de-lally, Oo-de-lally golly what a day!"

Unknown said...

I think they would really enjoy it. I really like the Disney cartoons that came out around that time. Not so amped up, but lots of fun. What a nice, silly song!

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