January 27, 2006


I've been meme'd! Thanks, Jewel.

Four jobs I've had in my life:
1. Bookkeeper
2. Power sewing machine operator
3. High school English and drama teacher
4. Yarn store owner

Four movies I could watch over and over:
1. Alice (directed by Woody Allen and starring Mia Farrow -- my all-time favorite movie!)
2. Hamlet (the version directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh, with Kate Winslet as Ophelia -- I cannot stand the Mel Gibson version of Hamlet)
3. Everyone Says I Love You (Woody Allen's musical -- some scenes set in Paris! -- fun, fun fun!)
4. Dances with Wolves

Four places I have lived:
1. a little suburb north of Seattle on the shores of Puget Sound
2. a little suburb north of Seattle with easy access to Interstate 5
3. a little suburb south of Seattle
4. a rural area south and east of Seattle

Four TV shows I love to watch:
I rarely watch TV, so I really can't answer this question. Instead, I give you

Four books I can -- and do -- read over and over:
1. The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers
2. Crossing to Safety by Wallace Stegner
3. Operating Instructions by Anne Lamott
4. The Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin-Boaz by Russell Hoban

Four places I've been on vacation:
1. Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada
2. Paris, France
3. Cancun, Mexico
4. San Juan Islands, Washington state

Four websites I visit daily:
1. Two Swans Yarns
2. My bank
3. 43things.com
4. Yahoo groups

Four of my favorite foods:
1. Chocolate
2. Lasagna
3. Blueberry pie
4. Watermelon

Four places I'd rather be right now:
1. Hawaii
2. Having coffee at a bohemian little cafe
3. Carmel
4. France

Four bloggers I am tagging:
I am taking a page from Rebecca's blog, here, and throwing this out into the open -- if you feel moved to respond to these questions, then consider yourself tagged! Go for it!

Knitting news:

Because Chinese New Year is next Sunday, because I'm in a sort of Nicky Epstein mode recently, I thought it would be fun to knit the Nasty Dog Dragon Scarf from Scarf Style. What's one more project? I'm not much of one for intarsia knitting, but I am reveling in the tangled mess I'm making:


Posted by Karen at January 27, 2006 12:31 PM

Time kind of obliterated the blogs that were around when I was growing up.

Posted by: Scott at January 28, 2006 05:11 PM