I've seen this blog prompt going around the past few weeks and yesterday, my blogger friend Sarah shared her Four Things, so today I'm jumping on the bandwagon to share my Four Things!
Four Names People Call Me (Other Than My Real Name):
Lornica (A combination of my name and my co-worker Lorna; when our guys aren’t sure which one of us to ask, they combine our names and one of us will respond.)
Four Jobs I've Had:
Concession Stands at state park / amusement park / sports complex
Bath & Body Works
Bath & Body Works
a local wholesale car lot (I bet I could still fill out a car title with my eyes closed. SO. MANY. CAR. TITLES.)
Self-Proclaimed “Parts Manager” at a local boat and ATV dealership
Four Movies I've Watched More Than Once:
The Philadelphia Story (not to be confused with Philadelphia, starring Tom Hanks)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Yours, Mine & Ours (the original)
What can I say, I’m a sucker for old movies; they’re my favorites!
Four Authors I'd Recommend:
Stan & Jan Berenstain…must pay homage to the ones who started my love for reading a verrrry early age!
Four Places I've Lived:
All Tennessee, all the same county, different communities…
back to Double Springs
Four Places I've Visited:
Four Things I'd Rather Not Eat:
Nuts mixed in food
Gravy…as in biscuits and gravy…ughhhh…makes me shiver just thinking about it.
Four Favorite Foods:
A small, local Thai restaurant, Ocha’s….I could eat there every week. Their menu has been the EXACT same my entire life. SO. GOOD. Spicy Beef, Rice & and an egg roll….YUM!
Brownies & Ice Cream
Anything from my grandma’s kitchen!! Mashed potatoes, cornbread, raisin pie, chocolate gravy & biscuits, chicken and dumplings, fried apples, jelly roll…..
Four TV Shows I Watch:
Breaking Bad (our newest Netflix pick)
Four Things I'm Looking Forward To This Year:
HOPEFULLY having a baby!
Landscaping the front of our house
A possible impromptu Disney trip
Possibly a family cruise in the Fall (all dependent on “the baby situation”)
Four Things I'm Always Saying:
Stop hitting your brother.
That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard.
Act like somebody.
Wayne Rooney (some foreign soccer player…Stephen watches soccer and plays a soccer video game; apparently this Rooney guy is good, because I’m always hearing WAAAYNE ROOOONEY from the tv, so now I randomly say it around the house. It cracks Stephen up. And it must be said in a British accent with emphasis on the first name.)
What's Four Things about you? Play along and answer these questions on your blog!!