What were you doing five years ago?
1.) Living in Eugene in a huge 2 bedroom apartment with a great kitchen.
2.) Studying for my PhD oral exam.
3.) Housesitting in Portland for newlywed friends who were away in Hawaii.
4.) Growing a gigantic beard.
5.) Writing poems to Kristin / receiving poems from Kristin.
What are five things (in no particular order) on your to-do list for today?
1.) Make sure that check from the part-time gig got direct deposited.
2.) Give award to graduating student at the end-of-year open house at my job.
3.) Clean the mildew off the bathroom ceiling.
4.) Organize my home office.
5.) Send negative vibes Phil Jackson's way.
What are five snacks you enjoy?
1.) Jelly Beans
2.) Cheese w/ Crackers
4.) Red Vines
5.) Flank Steak
What are five things you would do if you were a billionaire?
1.) Pay off all debt, buy the folks a new house, buy the self a new house.
2.) Travel the world, in coach.
3.) Promote poetry and other arts.
4.) Set up a lifetime stipend for Joe Massey.
5.) Finally, finally, finally learn how to dress properly and buy some new threads.
What are five of your bad habits?
2.) Overly aggressive consumption of malt beverages.
3.) Starting books and not finishing them. Or finishing them a year later.
4.) Cooking too much food to actually eat.
5.) Leaving a large carbon footprint everywhere I go.
What are five places you have lived?
1.) Oakridge, Oregon
2.) Meridian, Mississippi
3.) San Diego, California
4.) Lemoore, California
5.) Eugene, Oregon
What are five jobs you have had?
1.) US Navy Admin Clerk (YN2, y'all!)
2.) Assistant to an antique book seller
3.) Newspaper circulation desk customer service rep
4.) Writing Instructor-Academic Advisor (current job)
5.) Maker of wooden seats in a furniture mill
Which five people do you want to tag?
1.) Anybody (are there 5 of you?) who happens to be reading this blog.
2.) My mom
3.) My dad
4.) My gramma
5.) Jonathan Mayhew
"I am an idealistic, naive, passionate, truth-seeking, spiritually motivated artist, unschooled in the science of law and finance." --Wesley Snipes