Monday, May 2

I'm back!

A Random Mind/Divine Miss M (they're the same person, if you didn't know) tagged me. Here we go:

If I Were. . .
Here's the scoop on how to play:

I pick 5 occupations out of the list below and post my answers. Then I tag 3 other people to post their answers on their blog. If I tag you, and you don't want to be a part of this, then that is okay. Just let me know and I'll tag someone else. Make sure you note who tagged you!

The "questions": If I could be a scientist...If I could be a farmer...If I could be a musician...If I could be a doctor...If I could be a painter...If I could be a gardener...If I could be a missionary...If I could be a chef...If I could be an architect...If I could be a linguist...If I could be a psychologist...If I could be a librarian...If I could be an athlete...If I could be a lawyer...If I could be an inn-keeper...If I could be a professor...If I could be a writer...If I could be a llama-rider...If I could be a bonnie pirate...If I could be an astronaut...If I could be a world famous blogger...If I could be a justice on any one court in the world...If I could be married to any current famous political figure...

If I could be a musician: I would be a backup singer to someone famous. You get to sing harmony (which I tend to do anyway, after 6 years of choir) and you don't have the freaky fans and stalkers. Also, travel! And hopefully, money.

If I could be a writer, I'd like to be the female John Grisham. Easy, fun to read. Many twists.

If I could be an architect, I'd recreate the exquisite beauty, style and detail of homes during the turn of the century. (In my dreams, I would take the floor plans of some of the mansions on Summit Avenue and create my own home. This was a thought/dream before God put the conviction that materialism is too rampant in America. And not in a legalistic way. Just.... we can do so much more with our money than build gargantuan, ornate homes.)

If I could be a bonnie pirate, I'd be the Dread Pirate Roberts.

If I could be a chef, I would create food with all the tasty-ness of full-of-fat food, with none of the calories. No strange aftertastes from nutrisweet or splenda.

And I tag Transcrap, Little Shoe girl (you can post a reply, because you don't have your own blog) annnndddd....Anne. Oh, and if you guys don't want to, uh, no problem. Just don't let me know, because I don't know any other bloggers "personally"!

3 comments:

Anne said...

I played along, Ains. Thanks for tagging me!

t-c said...

Not sure what I did but the blog is gone. I'll have to work on the new and improved version that will come up under a new name soon.

If I could be a writer... I'd be an international investigative journalist.

If I could be an architect... I'd destroy everything built from 1950-1990.

If I could be a bonnie pirate... I'd rob boats all over the world and use my pirate cannons blow up architecture along the coasts, to give my investigative international journalist a good lead and my architect something to do.

If I could be a chef... I'd create healthy recipes using seawater so my bonnie pirate wouldn't get scurvy.

LIttle Shoe Girl said...

HI!
This is the second time I have posted this!

If I could be an athlete I, of course, would be an amazing tennis star! I would be the best player to ever walk the face of the planet! My serve would always be at least 150 miles per hour every single time! I can only imagine... it would be great!

If I could be an architect I would design churches that reflect the classic cathedral style. All the geometric and modern places of worship drive me crazy!

If I could be an astronaut I would redesign the big marshmallow space suits. I would make them fashionably correct and flattering.

If I could be a llama rider I would race that baby with style, wearing amazingly stylish shoes!

If I could be a scientist I would genetically design kittens and puppies so that they would always stay kittens and puppies physically, but not mentally. They would be so cute! And I would be wealthier than Bill Gates!

Well that was fun for the second time. Now back to studying for finals!
I love you Ainsley!

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