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Thursday, June 09, 2005

Tagged by Cherry :)

1. Your hubby is a firefighter. Does this bother you? Do you worry about him when he responds to calls? Honestly, I try not to think about it. I remember this one night - in fact it was New Year's Eve - and I had gone over to watch fireworks. They got a call and off he went. It was like "Wow, there he goes." And I realized just that quick how dangerous his job has the potential to be. Therefore, I have now gone back to the "ignorance is bliss" line of thinking or I will make myself nuts.

2. How did you and hubby meet? We worked together. He was a mid-man cook at Applebee's (his second job aside from the station because firefighters don't make dick) and I was a server. We clicked pretty fast.

3. Where is the strangest place you and hubby ever had sex? Well, it was not sex, but we got pretty hot and heavy one night on the hood of my car in the middle of a wide open parking lot.

4. Do you do a lot of your blogging at work? If so, does your firm have any idea? I read a lot of blogs at work but only blog here once in a while. Well, actually it might be like 50% here and 50% home. And no, the firm has no clue.

5. What made you decide to go into the legal field? I wanted to be a lawyer from the time I was 7. Then I realized that lawyers, despite what Hollywood shows, come out of school about $100K in debt and make maybe half that. Then they try to make partner which means they must bill 60 hours per week. Um, negative. I want a job, not a life of work.

6. It looks like you started blogging in February. What made you decide to start? I had a lot to say and did not feel comfortable talking to the people that are in my life. My husband now knows I blog and I am fine with that. No clue if he reads it or not.

7. You are a very good, colorful, funny writer. Do you ever think about writing a book about all the shit that goes on in your office? Diva sounds like she would be a good character. What would you name the book? Hmmmm, good question. Thank you for the compliment. I have never considered myself a good writer. I just write the way I speak so maybe I just describe things well??? Not sure. Anyways, if I ever got a bee up my ass to write a book about work, I would possibly entitle it "As the Firm Turns: A Look at the Goings-on of the Fucktards."

8. If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? Depends on my mood but pizza is always an option. I worked at Dominos in college and truly thought that being around that much pizza would kill my ridiculous cravings for it. I literally ate it every shift I worked (4 per week) and have not gotten rid of the cravings yet. It's ridiculous.

Elizabeth at 10:17 AM

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at 11:33 AM Blogger Cherry said...

Thanks for doing this. I totally think you should do a book. :)

Nice learning more about you.

 
at 1:37 PM Blogger Weetzie said...

Great questions and answers! =)

 

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