Saturday, September 26, 2009

Saturday, September 26, 2009 - 12 comments

Saturday 9: I Call Your Name

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Saturday 9: I Call Your Name

1. If you could have named yourself, which name would you have chosen, and why? Larisa, it was my name in Russian class, and I always liked the sound of it. Say it with me, Lar-ee-sa. Isn't it pretty? But I really do like my own name. ;)

2. If you could relive a year in your life, what age would it be, and why? Eleven was pretty good. I was in love for the first time, and he even liked me. Things were going very well in school. I had lots of friends. I loved the house we lived in with a great yard with lots of flowers, lilac and raspberry bushes, kittens. Life was good. Unfortunately trauma happened soon after, and I lost it all. :(

3. If you could go back and change one friendship in your past, who would it have been, and why? Michael Salone. He overheard something I said in the stairwell at school. He heard it out of context, and it really hurt his feelings. Things were never the same again.

4. If you could have dated one person in your past that you did not date, who would it be, and why? Only one? Of course, this question implies that I had a choice in the matter. Maybe, the best answer would be (name deleted -- came up in a Google Search, and I realized that I didn't even want to accidentally hurt his feelings). That could have taken life in a new direction. But that direction could have been stuck in rural Upstate New York, divorced with a brood of kids, living on welfare and food stamps. All things considered, I like the life I have better than that.

*Hey wait a minute! What happened to #5? I think that this is Saturday 8 this week. LOL*

6. If you had the opportunity to live in another country, which one would it be, and why? If you choose NOT to live in another country, why do you want to stay in your current country? There's a lot of things that I like about the UK. I have always loved my visits there. I have friends there, and I love its accessibility to the Continent. And a bonus is that they speak English there, so my severely lacking linguistic abilities wouldn't be obvious as often.

7. If you could choose your dream job, what would it be, and why? I'm not even sure that I know what my dream job would be at the moment. That's one of the reasons that I'm in school.

8. If you could wish a wish and it be guaranteed to come true (other than riches) what would it be, and why? I was just reading the other day, I think on a friend's blog, come to think of it (Sorry that I can't remember whose.) that things don't turn out like you imagined when wishes are granted, so I think I'll pass on this one. ;) (P.S. If you want to know the real answer, you'll have to find a way to hack into my private blog. *heh-heh-heh*)

9. If you could meet two blogger friends (you may choose more, if you wish) who would they be? Oh, that's a loaded question if I ever heard one. I can't limit it to just two. That's just not my style. :)

Have a great weekend! :)

12 comments:

I had a student named Larisa. She was an airhead so your answer made me laugh. You just aren't airhead material!

#8 -- Dr. John is often warning us to beware what we wish for, and I think just recently Melli had something along that line, too.

I hope God opens a path and shows you the perfect career for you! That's on my prayer list now!

Larisa is a very pretty name. I never met one.

I like your name, it's versatile
it gives an image of perky and happy as well as sexy and sultry

you got it all babe!!

Quilly: Thank you for your prayers.

Nessa: I finally did meet one, but I think I first heard the name in Dr. Zhivago. :)

Dianne: Now, if I could convince some male of that, I'd be all set. The only one I could find lives in my imagination. LOL

Great answers Larisa LOL.

Spike: All right, I see how this is gonna work. LMAO :)

Eleven was not a great age for me.
There were times in England that I wasn't sure the language was English.
I didn't choose my dream job , God did.

Dr. John: Well, what they speak in England was more like what we speak here than what they speak in France or Germany at any rate. LOL

Oh Larisa...you thought I wouldn't let this one slide...pffft...and I do see you are keeping up. When I saw Larisa on my site as a comment...I thought...damn I know that name...It took a minute but then I just cracked up LOL MWAH - Spike

Okay Larisa...go check my comment to the inkblot test *squeezing cheeks saying "I'm so confused" ROFLMAO

Spike is still confused...check yet again :)

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