Monday, April 25, 2011

Four Things

Laurel over at Accidental Moments tagged me for this Four Things meme. If you feel like participating, please feel free to copy and paste these for your own post.

Okay, so here goes . . .

Four Books Read Over and Over:
1. Better That Life by Daniel Pennac - a book about reading and books. I love his teaching philosophy.
2. Gift From The Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh - a thoughtful collection of life wisdom.
3. An Open Heart by The Dalai Lama - encouragement towards living a more compassionate life.
Four Places I Have Lived:
1. Ottawa, Canada
2. Stockholm, Sweden
3. North Carolina, USA
4. UK
Four Favorite Books I Recommend:
1. Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier - fantastic book
2. A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway - lovely
3. Through Black Spruce & Three Day Road by Joseph Boyden - good, solid stories with great writing.
4. The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid by Bill Bryson - laugh-out-loud funny

Four Places I Have Been:
1. Switzerland
2. Argentina
3. Germany
4. New York City

Four Favorite Foods:
1. Bread & Cheese
2. Thai Food
3. Chocolate
4. Greek Salad

Four Favorite Drinks:
1. Ice Tea
2. Coffee
3. Water
4. Wine

Four Places I Would Rather Be Right Now:
1. Cabin in the woods with a great bookshelf, a comfy reading chair and walking trails nearby.
2. By the ocean
3. In the mountains
4. In a kayak on a secluded lake.

Four Things Special In My Life:
1. My family
2. My Friends
3. My Home
4. My Books


Tracy said...

OK, will post my responses soon, although narrowing down some of the choices could be difficult.

You've lived in the UK? How long for? That's quite a range of countries you've lived in.

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Great list! I love Rebecca, too, but I didn't put it on my list. There are always favorites that I don't think about until later...

And Sweden...awesome! My grandparents were born and grew up there.

Thanks for sharing the link to your list.

Trish said...

tracy - great! I'm looking forward to reading yours too. Yes, I lived in Woking when I was a child (3 - 7 years-old) I have very fond early memories of my years there. My dad's job had us moving every few years, which made for a stressful but -in hindsight- very interesting childhood.

laurel - there were so many books I could have used, I was tempted to create a couple more categories. But I was short on time this afternoon, so no.

I lived in Sweden also when I was a child, I think around 11 years-old?