Friday, December 02, 2005

Double Tagged!

Tagged again by Ron AND Robin, so double grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Looks like a fun one, though. Let's see how I do.

Seven Things to Do Before I Die (Lord willing):
1. Publish several books
2. Spend a week at a monestary
3. Spend a week each year writing in a cabin with my buds. ;-)
4. Lose the twenty pounds I've been trying to lose for the last five years.
5. See my daughters marry the men God is preparing for them now.
6. Hold my grandbabies.
7. Grow old with my wonderful hubby.

Seven Things I Cannot Do:
1. Deny Christ
2. Resist a second piece of chocolate
3. Skip reading my Bible for more than a day
4. Leap tall buildings in a single bound
5. Grow orchids
6. Stay in my daughter's messy room
7. Bathe a cat

Seven Things that Attract Me to My Spouse [romantic interest, best friend, whomever](not necessarily in this order!):
1. His hands
2. His smile
3. His laugh
4. His ability to be positive in EVERY situation
5. His playfulness
6. The dimples in his cheeks when he smiles really big
7. When he's being a dad to his two daughters

Seven Things I Say (or write!) Most Often:
1. No Way!
2. Yeah, right
3. You have got to be kidding
4. Just shoot me now!
5. Bummer
6. That's great!
7. Where's the nearest Starbucks?

Seven Books (or series) I Love:
1. The Dragon Star series by Melanie Rawn
2. The King Author's Camelot series by Lady Mary Stewart
3. The Stand by Stephen King
4. Thr3e by Tedd Dekker
5. 45 Master Characters by Victoria Lynn Schmidt
6. Byzantium by Stephen Lawhead
7. Ender's Game by Orsen Scott Card

Seven Movies I Would Watch Over and Over Again:
1. Pride and Prejudice (BBC version)
2. Princess Diaries
3. Princess Diaries 2
4. Bridget Jones Diary
5. A Wedding Date
6. Serenity
7. You've Got Mail

Seven People I Want to Join in: (be tagged)
1. Jeff
2. Jennifer Tiszai
3. Deb Raney
4. Brandilyn Collins (ganging up on her with Ron, LOL!)
5. Ronie Kendig
6. Camy Tang (yes, again!)
7. Lynetta

There, I did it! Have fun, you guys.


Robin Caroll said...

Just a week at a cabin a year with your buds? Hmm...I'm thinking more along the lines of a month-long cruise! LOL

Heather Diane Tipton said...

LOL I like Robins idea. all though the cabin sounds cool too. I hope you get that some day.

Out of everyone that I have seen answer this you are the only one that says publish several books. I love that. And I have no doubt you will achieve that someday. someday soon

Lynetta said...

Wanting to visit a monastery is a very interesting item on your list. I'd be interested to know what you'd like to do there.

By the way, thanks for the tag. My list is up :-)

Camy Tang said...

My vote is the cruise. :)

And you're too late. Robin already tagged me.


Gina Holmes said...

ooh, i love the week with writing buddies. Now, that's heaven on earth! I'd ask you to invite me but I'd be afraid I'd have to watch those movies you put on your list ;)

Jeff said...

dineen- okay, give me a few days to work on it. :)

Jennifer Tiszai said...

Aw, Dineen! I got double-tagged too. You and Mike Synder. But I saw his tag first. Anyhow, it's posted on my blog.

BTW, I love Mary Stewart too. Wish I'd remembered that in time to put it on my list. Drat!

Ooh, and the hanging out with writing buds thing is good too. I like Robin's cruise idea.

You know, this is kind of like a chain letter with instant gratification. Way more fun.

Dineen A. Miller said...

You guys are so fun! LOL! You're right, Jennifer, it does feel like a chain letter.

Gina, I promise to never subject you to my movie selection. But have pity on me. I'm a victim of my family. Yep, two daughters and a hubby who only likes comedy. I have no movie buddy to go with to see the really good ones. I'm working on changing that though. You'll have to make some recommendations for me.

Lynetta, the monastary thing was something I wanted to do to just get away and be with God and only God. I think it could be really life altering. Either that or completely boring! Maybe that's why I haven't done it yet. LOL! Now if they'd let me write, I'm there!

Thanks Heather, that's me thinking positively. I use that expression a lot too.