Sunday, October 28, 2007

100 things... part IV

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here are parts one, two and three if you need to play catch up.


31. i love Dove's dark chocolate (the little missives on the inside foil are an extra treat)

32. my car is nicknamed lexi

33. my bad ex's high school sweetheart/wife/ex went on to become a b-move actress and playboy centerfold (not about me, but still an interesting tidbit)

34. i dig the soundtrack to sleepless in seattle

35. i might be directing a play this winter

36. i like gardening, but my backyard is still an embarrassing dump

37. i hate that my parents are both dead

38. i bought a guitar yesterday. it'll arrive in mid november

39. i abhor vacuuming, but enjoy washing dishes

40. i used to be fluent in sign language

13 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Very Interesting...."directing a play...." A wonderful thing to be doing....Hope you actually Do It...! I'd love to know who the name of the "B" Movie actress..(lol)

Lightning Bug's Butt said...

You get more and more interesting. I'm going to check out Parts 1 through 3 if I can.

Sorry about your folks.

Lightning Bug's Butt said...

I hate Frito's corn chips, too.

Phil said...

I love this list.

mckay said...

naomi, yes, i committed to direct the play :0)

bug, frito haters unite!

phil, i can't believe i still need to come up 60 more things. i may have to talk about freckles and hang nails.

Shari said...

I don't mind dishes as long as I don't have to cook. :)

Sign language, really? Cool. I am almost deaf. :)

Michele sent me to say hello. :)

Jean-Luc Picard said...

We'd all like to know the name of the actress.

Michele sent me here.

ribbiticus said...

congrats on the play, btw! you must be good!

hi from michele again! ;)

Jamie Dawn said...

Hooray about the possibility of directing a play!!
I hope you do it!!!

Have fun playing your new guitar. Very cool!
Rock & Roll McKay!

I hate that your parents died. It sucks worse than anything in the world to lose someone we love.
There is no cure for the loss. Time heals only because over time we are forced to deal with it. Time does not, however, take away the longing for that person we love.

I hope you saw Napoleon Dynamite since it has a riveting sign language part in it. I was spellbound by it. :-)

Carmi said...

Zooming in from Michele's to let you know I find your writing enchanting. You observe the world in a really neat way that I get. I need to blogroll you. Soon. Hope that's OK.

mckay said...

thanks, everyone, for your weekend visits. being heard is even better than writing.

kat said...

That is SO wonderfully exciting about the play. I want deatils. FULL DETAILS!

Please!

Notta Wallflower said...

I know enough sign language to teach my baby. I never was fluent at it, but I enjoy it, except for my hands getting tired.