DebR is the Wednesday guest blogger at Create a Connection and I’m playing along. This week, she says: We may not have Dickens telling the tale of our lives, but we can tell our own tale of two cities (or two countries, or workplaces, or many other things) by revealing some of our bests and worsts to each other. And if you tell everyone a bit about why you chose the things you did, so much the better!
1. What’s the best place you ever lived? the worst? Wow…I’d have to say the best place was Japan. I lived in a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom brand new condo with my own washer, dryer and dishwasher. I had a balcony off the living room and off the master bedroom. Man, I loved that place! The worst? Here. And that’s all I’m saying about that. Except…I want to move SO BAD!!!
2. What’s the best place you ever visited on holiday/vacation? the worst? Paris! I was shocked beyond words that I loved it so…didn’t expect to in the least. Belize City was the worst…I didn’t feel safe, and I felt so sad for the people I saw living in abject poverty.
3. What’s the best job you ever had? the worst? The best job I had was secretarial in nature…it wasn’t the duties that made it the best, rather the man I worked for. He was amazing, kind, fair and funny! He went on to be the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. The worst is the current one. ‘Nuff said.
4. What’s your best talent or ability? your worst? Photography? The worst, by far, is my awesome talent for putting myself down.
5. What’s the best decision you ever made? the worst? Hard to say…agreeing to watch Wolf for the co-worker who joined the military? The worst is probably ending my marriage to my first ex-husband, Blake.
Bonus (so we can end on a positive note!): What’s one good thing about you that isn’t covered in the questions above, but that you’d like to share with the world? I’m a damn good friend. Or not…depends on your point of view I guess
Saw this today and it amused me:
Hope you had a good weekend! Do anything interesting?