Friday, February 26, 2010

Five Questions - Five Answers


I borrowed this post idea from my blog pal Michelle over at A'etonu Family Adventures. She is full of fun ideas! Thanks Michelle!

So here are 5 questions with 5 answers.

Question 1: Where were you five years ago?
1. I just celebrated my 1 year anniversary working at a place called Choice Inc, where I worked with adults with developmental disabilities as a Case Manager. Never a dull day!
2. Officially started dating a guy named Josh. We stayed together 2 years after that. meh.
3. I was contemplating quiting my job to go to school full time for jewelry making. Which I later did!
4. I lived in a crappy little apartment in the heart of Uptown Minneapolis on Lake and Lyndale. But I really liked living there so it was worth it. Not even being mugged and having my car broken into numerous times would detour me!
5. I was 28 and I thought that was old!! Geesh.
Question 2: What is (was) on your to-do list today?
1. Tally up my points for my US Weekly draft club.
2. Go to a Baby Shower right after work
3. Dinner with my Cousins and T at Salut!
4. Try to catch An Education at the movies.
5. Eat as many Cadbury Eggs that magically appear in my hands today!


Question 3: What five snacks do you enjoy?
1. Cadbury Creme Eggs!
2. Chips, any kind really. I'm really into Garden Salsa Sunchips right now! mmmm!
3. Does a Chipotle Burrito Bowl count as a snack?
4. Gummy bears
5. Raspberries\strawberries\blueberries\blackberries


Question 4: What five places have you lived?
1. Watertown, MN. a small country town where i grew up.
2. Hillsboro, New Hampshire. I lived there for a year working at a crisis care facility
3. Beijing, China. I spent a summer teaching English there.
4. St. Paul, MN. The better Twin of the Twin Cities.
5. Minneapolis, several parts of the city including Linden Hills. The cutest part of the city!

Question 5: What five things would you do if you were a billionaire?
1. Take my whole family on a really fun trip somewhere warm!
2. Purchase an apartment in Paris
3. Buy a slightly larger home with a deluxe kitchen and a swimming pool
4. Take sailing lessons.
5. Give secret donations to special people out there
Have a beautiful weekend!

10 comments :

Kristina P. said...

Wait, what is this US Weekly club thing!!?!?!?

Sabrina said...

Kristina...
A group of us from work have an US Weekly club. We all get together, with a list of 50 male and 50 female celebrities and we do a draft. You end up with 5 girls, 5 guys. Then each week when the US Weekly copy comes out you tally up your points depending on where you find your people that week. The large cover picture gets 10 points, and so on and so forth from there. The person with the most points at the end of the draft season wins some $$!
It's super fun!

kimber doll said...

Good idea, for a post. I may just steal your billionaire question idea too =)

Heidi Ashworth said...

You are just so my kind of gal! Like Heather and I often reflect on, it must be the Minnesota in me (my Mom grew up in Hopkins).

Kristina P. said...

Mmmm, are you kidding?!?! That is my dream club!!! Why don't we live near each other?!?! Gossip Girl, US Weekly draft pics?!? SOB!!!!

Rachel said...

Wow. A lot has changed in 5 years...for the better!! That US Weekly draft sounds awesome!! That would be so much fun!

Michelle Ioapo A'etonu said...

I'm so glad you did this. You're so much fun! I love Cadbury eggs as well...one of the highlights of Easter! and it's funny because I lived in a Watertown...only it's in upstate NY. and I have a Starbuck's mug from Beijing only because my sister-in-law competed in Judo at the Summer Olympics there. I bet it was great living there. Do you still make jewelry? I'd love to see some of what you make!

Sadako said...

I used to live for Chipotle burritos! Though I'm kind of over them since I've had SO many in the past few months.

Yay Cadbury Eggs!

Amanda @ Bits and Pieces said...

Awesome list! By the way, I adore your yellow and teal colored layout scheme that you have going on- super fun for Spring!

Teanna said...

I loved this post! I laughed when you said that you were 28 and thought you were old because I am currently going through that problem right now! I swear, I'm getting wrinkles! Haha!

AND you taught English for a summer in China? I taught English for a summer in Rome! With a TEFL certificate! Wasn't it such a great experience?

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