Power of Seven

on December 22, 2005

I was tagged . . . again . . . which is good and bad. Good, because it gives me something to blog about when I can’t think of something. Bad, because I feel guilty if I don’t do it.

But I still love you, Edie!

Here goes . . .

Seven things to do before I die:

Vacation in Ireland for a summer
Take an Alaskan cruise
Build my dream house
Watch my grandchildren graduate from college (figure that gives me a long enough life since my youngest child is still only 18 months old!)
Go to Disney World
Publish 100 books
Raise my kids to be happy, productive people

Seven things I cannot do:

Change the past
Predict the future
Eat sushi
Write comedy
Give up email
Not write

Seven things that attract me to my spouse (significant other):

Sense of humor
Loves animals
When the going gets tough, he’s there.

Seven things I say (or write) most often:

Good luck
Are you serious?
Be quiet, the baby’s sleeping
Stop! (yelling, fighting, running in the house, climbing on the counter, chasing the dog, etc)
Thank you

Seven books (or series) I love:

JD Robb In Death series
Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum series
Stephen King’s The Stand
Dean Koontz Watchers
Tess Gerritsen Jane Rizzoli/Maura Isles books
Iris Johansen The Search
Edgar Allen Poe

Seven movies I would watch over and over again:

Working Girl
Pirates of the Carribean
My Fair Lady
Star Wars
The Thin Man (series)
North By Northwest
It’s a Wonderful Life
(okay, that’s nine, I cheated, and I could easily add another nine … like The Maltese Falcon … Raiders of the Lost Ark … The Sound of Music … Gigi … and, okay, that’s enough.)

Seven People I want to tag:
This is hard . . . I almost feel like I’m cursing people, LOL.

Elisabeth Naughton
Natalie Collins
Alesia Holliday
Alison Kent
Brenda Bradshaw
Natalie Damschroder
Charlotte Dillon