Four jobs I've had:
1. Sales person at a department store (which no longer exists).
2. Support staff & factotum at a software company (which no longer exists).
3. IT staff at an investment banking firm (which no longer exists ... do you see a trend?).
4. Network/System Administrator at an accounting firm (one of the Big Four firms, so it still exists).
Four movies I've watched more than once:
1. Pride and Prejudice (Colin Firth / Jennifer Ehle)
2. Dogma (Matt Damon / Ben Affleck)
3. Much Ado About Nothing (Kenneth Branaugh / Emma Thompson)
4. Le Comte de Monte Cristo (Gérard Depardieu)
Four places where I have lived:
1. San Francisco, CA
2. Davis, CA
3. Sunnyvale, CA
4. Well, that's it...
Four TV shows I watch:
1. Doctor Who
2. Battlestar Gallactica
4. American Idol (guilty pleasure of mine)
Four places I've visited:
1. Nashua, New Hampshire (which had been named the Best Place to Live in the US in 1987 and 1997)
2. Hong Kong (before 1997)
3. Paris (France)
4. Vancouver (Canada)
Four favorite foods:
1. Sashimi (and Nigiri)
3. Rib Eye Steak
4. Dim Sum
Four sites I (try to) visit (almost) daily (or weekly):
1. Gmail (email)
2. Elann (chat site and shopping)
3. SF Gate (local news)
4. Pixels from the Orient (following my friend's vacation in China/HK)
Four places I would rather be right now:
1. On the sofa, knitting.
2. Big Island, Hawaii (Kauai comes in second. Oh heck, I'd be happy anywhere in HI, lol ... except for that black sand beach I went to that was overrun by ginormous healthy ants)
3. Paris, France
4. Healdsburg, CA (Grape Leaf Inn B&B and wine tasting in Sonoma)
Four things I'm looking forward to this year:
1. Using my $50 Elann Credit (what to get?).
2. A mini-vacation with Miss M (Monterey & Carmel, CA ... yes, it's already set in stone!).
3. A mini-vacation without Miss M (still trying to work out the details).
4. Putting up our Christmas tree.
Four people I'm (not) tagging:
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Saturday, May 10, 2008
Four jobs I've had: