I Have Been Tagged!

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Lisa at Blonde Thoughts tagged me for this meme. Thanks Lisa!

Four Jobs I Have Had In My Life
1. Lifeguard
2. Assistant at a florist
3. Manager of a shop that sold fraternity and sorority merchandise
4. Sales associate at Garden Botanika (remember them?)

Four Movies I Can Watch Over and Over and Over
1. Heathers
2. Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion
3. Amelie
4. Tombstone

Four TV Shows I Like to Watch
1. America's Next Top Model (guilty pleasure!)
2. Project Runway
3. Jeopardy
4. Lost

Four Places I Have Vacationed
1. Costa Rica
2. Norway
3. Bermuda
4. Maine

Four Of My Favorite Dishes
1. My mom's recipe for macaroni and cheese (addictive!)
2. the Athenian Omelet at Plato's Diner
3. A salad with goat or blue cheese, some nuts, fruit… lots of interesting textures
4. Almost anything Mexican, Thai or spicy

Four Websites I Visit Daily
1. Gmail
2. MySpace (another guilty pleasure)
3. The Sartorialist

Four Places I Would Rather be
1. At the beach
2. On my deck in my backyard
3. At the National Gallery of Art
4. At an outdoor cafe with a glass of white wine, fun finger food and a gaggle of friends

Four Bloggers I am Tagging:
Ack! You kill me guys! Let's see…
1. Kelli at The Cooking Id
2. Morgan at Cult of the Black Sweater
3. Christina at Pink Chick
4. Anne at Bananza80


  1. Andrea
    October 9, 2007 / 11:11 am

    Allie, I knew I liked oyu but after this I think we are long lost kindred spirits.

  2. Gillian
    September 30, 2007 / 12:23 am

    Ok…I will admit to being a total lurker, but I just had to comment on the Garden Botanika thing, the Heathers, Tombstone, Amelie thing, the ANTM, PR, and Lost thing. I wish we lived closer, lol…we could have so much fun.

    I am a stay-at-home mom of two, so my closet is pretty basic. But I love to see how you put things together, you really give me good ideas and inspiration. Thanks 🙂

  3. September 29, 2007 / 2:24 pm

    I love Romy and Michelle!! I almost didn’t notice that you tagged me – I’ll do it! 🙂

  4. September 28, 2007 / 12:56 am

    On our first day we had orientation (it was holiday when I started so like 6 of us started at once) and we each were able to make our own bottle of lotion. I remember 2 girls did strawberry, the rest did weird blends. I did cucumber – loved that smell! They thought I was strange, but I wore cucumber from them for years and still love that scent on me!

    I mainly worked in cosmetics, but typical me I couldn’t stick to one department and sold everything. Quite a top seller! 🙂

  5. September 27, 2007 / 9:05 pm

    Garden Botanika! I actually remember the day that we received our first GB catalog in the mail–I was 9 or 10 and I looked at it for so long that the pages came free from the stapling. And then my mom took me to visit my aunt in West Palm one Christmas break, and they had a Garden Botanika store…I thought my aunt was the luckiest woman in the world. Did you do the make your own perfume thing? I always wanted to, but my mom wouldn’t let me. She thought the perfume I made would smell like ass. She was right.

  6. September 27, 2007 / 5:24 pm

    oh man i once got the prettiest purple/blue eye shadow at garden botanika, and then they had to disappear and i’ve never found a shade that matches it!!

    i forgot to list romy and michelles as a top movie: favorite line “I have to go, my shoe is filling up with blood”

  7. September 27, 2007 / 4:44 pm

    I am now convinced that you are my long-lost sister! lol I love mac ‘n cheese (esp. the kind they serve at Paragon out here), love the Nat’l Gallery of Art in DC, love sipping wine outdoors, and can watch Heathers and Tombstone over and over again (Val Kilmer used to be hot, no?).

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