Thursday, June 02, 2005

Good Things Come in Threes

Three names you go by: Pam, Pammie, Pamela

Three screen names you have had: bsisnh, bogaht sister

Three physical things you like about yourself: my basic shape (when not packing too many pounds), eyes, smile

Three things that scare you: spiders, unemployment, meeting new people

Three things you�re wearing now: glasses, jammies, bathrobe

Three of your favorite bands or musical artists: Black Crowes, Foo Fighters, The Who

Three things you want (need) in a relationship: love, understanding, laughter

Two truths and a lie (which one is a lie?): I lived in Japan for 12 years, I was a high school teacher, I've been hit on by a transvestite stripper at a strip bar in Bangkok

Three physical things about the opposite sex do you love: shoulders, hands, mouth

Three of your favorite hobbies: writing, playing music, knitting

Three things you want to do badly right now: get dressed, finish this thing, go outside and check if my flowers are blooming yet

Three careers you�ve considered: lawyer, teacher, film maker

Three places you want to go on vacation: Italy, Australia, Japan

Three kids� names you like: Rachel, Jessica, Robert

Three things you want to do before you die: write a book (or two), live someplace where I can't see the neighbors, help other people acheive their goals

Three ways that you are stereotypically a girl: I cry at sad movies just about anything, I have girly hobbies, like knitting and gardening; I own lots of beauty products that take up a lot of shelf space and don't do much else.

Three celebrity crushes: Rich Robinson (of The Black Crowes), Russell Crowe, Johnny Depp


Joel said...

The lie is that you were a high school teacher?

I just want to believe that you were hit on by a transvestite in a Bangkok bar. That's too precious for words.

Pam said...

You are correct. I have never been a high school teacher.

Yes, I really did get hit on by a transvestite stripper in Bangkok. I've also gotten a massage at a massage parlor where all the girls sat behind a one-way mirror and you order them up by number. Odd story of how I ended up there, but I knew it was a once in a lifetime opportunity and I couldn't pass it up.