Sunday, December 11, 2005

Another meme!

I got this chain through email (Thanks Jen), but these things are transferable (duh!). I've been sick this week and the last couple days have been spent on the catch-up-on-social-life weekend, so not much blogging. And what I've done is fairly easy. So, all that to say, sorry. We'll try again soon. (Though Christmas time is going to be nada. Won't even be by a computer for most of it.)


Anyway, enough of the boring stuff. Now what you've all been waiting to hear:

Three Names You Go By

1. J

2. Mr. D

3. J. D. (yeah, pretty boring. Life of a novice teacher.)

Three Parts of Your Heritage
1. Puerto Rican
2. Irish
3. Dutch

Three Things That Scare You
1. Anything on Fear Factor
2. My mom's health
3. Hopelessness

Three of Your Everyday Essentials
$1. Quiet Time
2. Coffee
3. Laughs

Three Things You Are Wearing Right Now
1. Boots (it's snowy, folks)

2. Blue Jeans (not too tight, not too loose)
3. Double t-shirts (one from Urban Youth Workers conference earlier this year, the other from DeepSpace 5)


Three Things You Want Out Of Love
1. To be loved / appreciated

2. To have someone to take care of / serve / love
3. To have someone to share with (laughs, work, service, struggles, peace, nights, God the Father, God the Son, God the Spirit)

Three Physical Things About the Opposite Sex That Appeal to You
1. Eyes
2. Hair
3. Fitness / Athleticism


Three of Your Favorite Hobbies
1. Music
2. Reading
3. Basketball

Three Things You Want to do Really Badly Right Now

1. Be with my lady
2. Get some more training in teaching
3. Get off this sickness that's wasting so much of my time (free and otherwise) this year

Three Places You Want to go On Vacation
1. Colombia

2. Eastern Asia (part. China, Japan and South Korea)
3. Miami, Ok (where, for some strange reason, most of my family's relocated)

Three Things You Want to Do Before You Die
1. Please God
2. Bring people to know Him
3. Restore families (Directly Jennie's answers, yes. But also, honestly, mine.)


Three Ways that you are stereotypically a Chick/Guy
1. I don't mind getting dirty.
2. I can't stand whining or anything sterotypically femalesque on a guy (cf. 'Mangina Monologues')

3. Use of force

Three people you would like to see take this quiz

1. Christine (jerk!)

2. Micah (happy now?)

3. USS Clueless (will you start blogging again, Miss Busy?)

5 comments:

  1. Knew you'd play the Rican card!

    Miami - I can't think of a single place I loathe more. Really, I can say nothing good of it. You've got family there??? The poor souls ...

    Use of Force - couldn't we just sharpen the axe???

    side note - blue on blue is killin' me. let's color coordinate a little better next time. contrast, friend, contrast

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  2. honey, i wuv woo bewwy much. but don't ever doubt my powers.

    i had to reformat it piece by piece, since the blue was from you, you gooseberry. dang, wasn't such an easy post after all (still not done, but o well. progress reports go out tomorrow.)

    and that's miami (Me-ah-mah') Oklahoma. hope you like it, sugs.

    anyway, glad you got a blogger space.

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  3. lovely choice of colors. you're catchin' on.

    Did you just call me a gooseberrie? What in the world.?.?.?

    Miami OKLAHOMA??? Never heard of it. hmph. It's gotta be better than the one in FL.

    Hope all goes well with your progress reports.

    We have our staff Christmas party tonight.
    Jingle Jangle

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  4. 'gooseberry' is from 'Walk Two Moons', surely the next book to be adapted (or mangled) by Walden Media.

    ok, so the Chronicles pt. 1 weren't completely mangled, just made lame and w/o transcendent magic.

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  5. Walk Two Moons - never heard of it.

    Chronicles - Well, thanks for sharing. It's still not out yet here (I think it comes out mid Jan, I'm hoping for Eng with Sp subtitles). Inspite of your rave review, I plan to be first in line at the box office.

    I must confess though, I caught Aslan's voice on a trailer and I thought they could have casted better. Still, I'm hopeful. I trust the rest of the flic has redeeming qualities.

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