Wednesday, February 08, 2006


Emma tagged me... So, I'm going to give you more info about me than you really care to know. Just be warned!

Four jobs I've had
sales associate at Kay Bee toys (never again)
Ad Sales Rep for my college newspaper (had perks, I got my nails done for free)Waitress and hostess (love tips!)
Realtor (I enjoy it and I'm good at it)

Four movies I watch over and over
Sixteen Candles (Oh, Jake Ryan...)
Ever After (It's cheesey but I'm addicted anyway)
The Goonies (I was an 80's kid)
Karate Kid part 2

Four places I've lived
Columbia, SC
Cayce, SC
Irmo, SC
I think I need to get out of this state :-)

Four TV shows I love (or have loved)
The Closer
Alias (before she dumped Michael V. like an idiot and ruined the show)
Cops (it's a sick obsession, I know)
Reno 911 (see above statement)

Four places I've vacationed
Disney World
Grand Cayman (7 mile beach is so beautiful!)

Four favorite foods
Shrimp and Grits (have I mentioned I'm from SC?)
Sushi (almost any sort)
Salmon (with anything)

Four sites I visit daily
My company website (for music)
Yahoo news... I'm a news junkie
eharl boards

Four places I'd rather be right now
In bed... (it's my bed time)
Grand Cayman (see above statement)
Bora Bora (in a hammock on the deck of a hut overlooking a blue lagoon)
Somewhere where it's actually snowing... (our weather men are definately part of a conspiracy)

Four bloggers I'm tagging
Laura (who just got her second contract! Go Laura!)
I can't think of another person who hasn't just done this... I hope 3 is enough!


Nicole Reising said...

Hi April - I just had to laugh when I saw that you'd picked chocolate as one of your favorite food groups as well. Glad to see I'm not alone in my determination to make it a food group! :)


Emma Sinclair said...

I can't beleive I forgot chocolate!?!?

Michelle said...

Kaybee Toys? Oh, shoot me now. :) Sensory overload. You are one brave woman!

April said...

LOL, Cole... :-)

I can't believe you forgot chocolate either, Emma! It's a necessity of life!

That's exactly how I felt every afternoon about the time school let out. I was always shocked by parents who would drop their kids off at the mall (even their 10 year-olds) for the afternoon so they didn't have to hire a babysitter. Made the store a nursery of sorts. Argh!

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