Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Crazy Eights

Kareer Woman tagged me last week with a fun and somewhat difficult meme.  The theme is eights.  Here we go--try not to get too excited.

Eight Things I Have a Passion For:
  1. Family
  2. Friends
  3. Pets
  4. Flowers
  5. Learning
  6. Travel
  7. Honesty
  8. Peace
Eight Things I Would Like to do Before I Die:
  1. Be published
  2. Dance at my grandchildrens' weddings
  3. Go on a safari
  4. Go to Fiji
  5. Learn HTML
  6. Run a half marathon
  7. Have a hole-in-one
  8. Make a difference
Eight Things I Say a Lot:
  1. What time are you coming home?
  2. Be careful...
  3. What do you want to eat?
  4. Putzy paws
  5. The Universe is listening 
  6. Time to get up...
  7. I'm sleepy
  8. Could you please clean up your room?
Eight Books I Have Read Recently:
  1. Mrs. Dalloway  Virginia Woolf
  2. To the Lighthouse   Virginia Woolf
  3. The Hours   Michael Cunningham
  4. The Power of Now   Eckhart Tolle
  5. American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson   Joseph Ellis
  6. Eat, Pray, Love  Elizabeth Gilbert
  7. The Girl With a Pearl Earring   Tracy Chevalier
  8. Things I Learned About My Dad (in therapy)  ed.  Heather Armstrong
Eight Movies I Have Seen Eight Times:
  1. Gone With the Wind
  2. Bambi
  3. Breakfast at Tiffany's
  4. Arthur
  5. Finding Nemo
  6. The Lion King
  7. Holiday Inn
  8. White Christmas
Eight People I Have to Invite to do This Meme:
  1. Noble Pig
  2. Flea
  3. Daryl
  4. AsthmaGirl
  5. Debbie
  6. Meg
  7. Lisa
  8. Kacey
and.....# 9 (I am an Aquarius, people) Kim!

Consider yourselves tagged.  And, honestly, this was the only category in which I could have listed 100 names.  So basically, if you read this, you are tagged.  I look forward to learning more about my friends out there...

26 comments:

TSannie said...

Of the 8 things you say alot:

How about this 9th one?:

I don't LIKE it! ;-)

xoxoabb

Mental P Mama said...

Touche Annie, touche!

Jules said...

This is too painful...and the funny thing is we correspond with the same people..so to whom shall I send?

WORKING MOM said...

Girl With A Pearl Earring? Was that also a movie? About the artist? If so, love the story, and the movie is full of rich color and emotion.

Debbie said...

Gosh, I'm so in trouble here...you're going to make me think. Oh yuck. I have a headache. It's hot. Any rain coming?

LOL..thanks for thinking of me. I think. I'm still thinking of Luke Russert. Can I come to duck pond?

Daryl said...

Oh fun ... as I was reading your lists I thought 8 movies I have seen 8 times .. yikes that's tough .. and then I see I am tagged .. oy and vey ...

:-Daryl

Kareer Woman said...

Thanks for abliging, you have such great lists! I especially like the being published and going to Fiji. Way to go!

Country Girl said...

Cool about the Virginia Woolf books! Thank you so much for not tagging me. I'm still down and out as far as my satellite internet goes. Am commenting from work. Don't tell my boss.

Don Mills Diva said...

Very nice job - I LOVE the Girl with the Pearl Earring - great book!

My man in the moon said...

I tell you this I really don't understand what you are to do here. So when you get around to my side please inform me on how to play this. It looks really fun. So if I don't do it right please laugh.

Eight Things That Make Me Laugh:

1. My best friend when he tries to tell a joke and gets all tongued tied.

2. Watching my Grand kids playing on the beach with the skin board.

3. When my friends on this blog writes something funny and heart filled.

4. Thinking of something that happened some time back where I did some thing really stupid.

5. Watching that movie "Waiting" now that will make you laugh and will make watch how you order food. (no returns)

6. Riding down a roller coaster with a friend that is yelling at the top of his lungs.

7. Halloween and all the costumes the children have.

8. Recalling when my older sis and I use to street skate. (from bar to bar) now that was funny specially after the group left the third place.

Lisa J said...

THANKS...I will have to really think about this one. It is kind of hard. Let's see if I can get it done in the next day or two. Fair enough?

Keetha said...

I'd like to read all those books on your list.

I think I'm the only person I know who hasn't seen The Lion King. :-)

Oh, about Silky O's - it's still there but alas. I've never been. Not sure why. I should fix that!

MamaGeek said...

Ah, great list. My sixth sense says you'll be published. soon. And it's never wrong so you can count on it. :)

Mary said...

A half-marathon? Virginia Woolf? Are you trying to show us all up? LOL
xoxo,
Mary

Laura ~Peach~ said...

reply to the comment you left on my anniversary... LOL I LOVE YOU.... those pictures are taken 18 years APART LOL the top was our wedding day !~
DID I mention I LOVE YOU !
SMILES LAura

noble pig said...

Putzy Paws? Hmmmm...

Thanks for the tag!

kim-d said...

I love your meme; it's been a long time since there's been an interesting meme going around and I liked reading your eights :). Looks like there's lots more interesting stuff going on over here, too--and tomorrow I plan to get caught up. Just had to say hi for now!

kim-d said...

THANK YOU! I was hoping you'd add me...BWAHAHAHA! Yup, typical strange Virgo here :). I'll do ya proud...

Kacey said...

now, if I did that meme and told you guys all that stuff...where would the mystery be??

Mental P Mama said...

pffttttt

asthmagirl said...

Oh my. This will require some thought.
Thanks for the tag!

Inkster1 said...

I checked in to see your "V," which was extremely clever. But I love this. What is tagging?

Snooty Primadona said...

I like this and as soon as I have a chance, I'll do the meme. You're an interesting lady, MP.

Magpie said...

8 movies you've seen 8 times? yikes. i think i can't think of any movies i've seen 8 times.

the philadelphia story
king kong (the original)
the wizard of oz
moonstruck
5
6
7
8

Flea said...

Thank you! I'll do that soon. But thinking is a little difficult right now. :)

holly said...

what did you think of the power of now? i thought there were other, better, books out on the subject...

but maybe it wasn't the right time (ironic, i suppose).