Tuesday, August 12, 2008

100 Things About Me--The next 20...

Here we go--another installment of 100 Things About Me. The first 20 are here.

21. I have been to a Josh Groban concert.
22. I have been to a Trans-Syberian Orchestra concert.
23. I LOVED the show Alias and was devastated when it was canceled.
24. I earned my yellow tips in Tae Kwon Do when I was in college (that's one step above nothing, but I did break a board with my fist to get them!)
25. I sang a solo in first grade at an all-school assembly. The microphone shrieked, and that was the last time I sang alone in public.
26. When I was in college I worked at Patti's 1880's Settlement. I was a server, and I had to wear a Little House on the Prairie-style dress.
27. I celebrated the 2000 New Year in Rouen, France.
28. I coached girls' soccer for two years.
29. I taught high school French for six years.
30. I currently teach a French class for toddlers.
31. I have seen Rock City.
32. I could eat almond paste and marzipan every day.
33. I was the treasurer of my junior class. Or was I the secretary? I forget. We didn't do much.
34. I have been a member of ten wedding parties (including my own).
35. My favorite place to vacation is eastern Tennessee and the Smokey Mountains.
36. I go to our local library at least once a week (most of the time).
37. I have a myspace page.
38. I write foreign language questions for an academic tournament.
39. I freecycle. (FreeCycle)
40. I am currently reading the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon.

Just 60 more to go...


Bryssy said...

Wow! How awesome to be in France or the new year in 2000. That's awesome! We have some in common. #31 & # 39. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Josh Groban, what a cutie pie with a voice that just takes me away!! Sweet! I am really enjoying your blog!!

Rachel said...

Josh was so great in concert, too--he seemed like he really enjoys himself while performing and he is so down to earth.

Isn't freecyle great? I love being able to give things away to people who I know really want and need them.

Thanks for reading! I love your blog, too--especially the church signs. They are great!

Donna said...

LOL...#33! We thought it was so important back then...it was just a title!

I checked out freecycle...that's really cool! I didn't know it even existed around here. Is there just the one group for this area?

Rachel said...

There is just the one freecycle group locally, but you'll find that the members are from a pretty broad area.

Something else I want to try is BookCrossings. Anybody heard of it or done it?