I stole this from Hub. Hopefully, tomorrow I can post a Weekend Update.
10 years ago:
I was 16. I was playing tennis, driving my first car, and trying to pass Geometry. I also had a weird fetish for snow cones that year. I got one everyday after tennis practice. This was the age I discovered what I wanted to do with my life. I had a business class my JR year that I loved! It made me realize that I needed to be a business person when I grew up. I guess, I’m semi-living the dream.
Things on my to-do list today:
-Finish all my reports, there are 6 on my desk and I haven’t touched one.
-Go to the chiropractor.
-Run after work.
-Print off my Accounting homework.
-Drink 8 glasses of water.
What would I do if I suddenly became a billionaire?
This is a great question. I’m actually playing the lottery this week. It’s good to plan ahead, because you know I'm going to win!
I would start my own company. I’d send my parents on a trip around the world. I’d take my whole extended family snow skiing. Pay off the mortgage of my great grandma’s house. Donate a lot to American Cancer Society. I’d support my missionary friends in Japan, Vienna, and Brazil. I’d start/fund a nonprofit organization in OKC. Travel for at least a straight year, and then travel some more.
Of course, I’d do all this after I was conscious from fainting.
Three of my bad habits:
1. Wasting time on the internet (as I'm doing right now).
2. Worrying about silly/worthless things.
3. Tapping my left foot.
Five jobs I've had:
2. Bath Body Works
3. Kitchen Store
4. Customer Service
5. Checking the water level at oil wells.
Five things many people don't know about me:
1. I really like my name-first, middle, and last.
2. March is my favorite month.
3. I hate hate hate hate coconut and sprouts.
4. I didn’t learn how to do laundry until college, and I still didn’t really know what I was doing.
5. I hate paying bills.