Everyone’s Doing It . . .

I’m not even sure what the word "meme" means, but it seems that everyone else is doing it (well, at least my Lutheran blogging friends Melancthon and LutheranChick are doing it), so here goes:

Four Jobs You’ve Had:
High School Spanish Teacher
"Professional" Photographer (I got paid to take photos at fraternity and sorority formals while in college)

Four Movies You Could Watch Over and Over:
The Mission
Empire Strikes Back
Finding Nemo (whether or not I want to, I have watched this over and over)
??? – I just don’t watch movies, so this is a toughie

Four Places You’ve Lived:
Over a doughnut shop
In a colonial farmhouse
At the edge of the Germantown Battlefield (where the Americans got their butt whipped by the British)
Over a print shop in southern Chile

Four TV Shows You Love to Watch:
Law and Order
(but aren’t there several versions?  That’s about it – we don’t have cable and I don’t really watch TV)

Four Places You’ve Been on Vacation:
Chesapeake Bay
Grand Canyon

Four Websites You Visit Daily:
BBC News
Phillies News
various blogs

Four of Your Favorite Foods:
Pork Roll (a wonderfully processed, salted breakfast meat prevalent in NJ, eastern PA)
Cheesesteaks (with whiz)
Peperidge Farm Goldfish
Chicken Parmesan

Four Places You’d Rather Be Right Now:
any baseball stadium in the shade keeping score (with a nod to Melancthon on that one)
a big city
a rural expanse
pouring over the religion shelves in a used/antique bookstore

Published by Lutheran Zephyr

Spouse. Parent. Lutheran Pastor. National Guardsman. Political Junkie. Baseball Fan.

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