got me a college girl

in celebration of formal education in the life of the Christian girl

Thursday, February 02, 2006

four things (Allison)

as tagged by TulipGirl and adapted from a version I blogged previously. They still aren't very interesting, but take them for what they're worth.

Four Jobs You've Had
  • Golf Course Cashier/Golf Cart-Washer

  • Girls' Summer Camp Counselor/Ropes Course Director

  • Office Receptionist for a Baptist Non-Profit Organization

  • Public High School English Teacher


  • Four Places You've Lived
  • Geneva, Alabama (hometown)

  • Birmingham, Alabama (college)

  • For 6 weeks: St. John's College, Oxford, England

  • Atlanta, Georgia


  • Four Vacations You've Taken
  • Montreal, Canada

  • Paris, France/London, England (2-week "Tale of Two Cities" tour--16th b-day in Paris!)

  • Los Roques Archipelago, Venezuela (honeymoon)

  • Grand Canyon, Arizona


  • Four Vehicles You've Owned Driven
  • 1988 Maroon Pontiac Grand Prix with "high-tech" dashboard

  • My mother's 1990-something Ford Explorer that I drove from B'ham, AL, to Austin, TX, and back just to go to a concert in Dec. 1999.

  • 1996 Silver Honda Accord. From 70,000 to 144,000 miles, and I'd still drive her except she was totaled last year. Stupid Atlanta drivers...

  • 2001 Green Honda Civic. She just rolled over 100,000! Woot.
  • 3 Comments:

    • At 2:02 PM, Blogger Leigh said…

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    • At 6:18 AM, Blogger greenemama said…

      a tale of two cities tour sounds really fun!

      hey, leigh -- i remember you! welcome to college girl -- and thanks for your comments.

       
    • At 9:45 PM, Blogger Anne said…

      Just came across your blog via TulipGirl and was surprised to see that Geneva, Alabama, was your hometown. I've found that few people have ever heard of it. It's where my dad grew up, and my mom lived there as a teenager but spent most of her childhood in Enterprise. Small world!

      I'm enjoying your blog and will be back.

       

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