1.17.2006

What do you want to be when you grow up?

When I grow up I want to be independently wealthy and live on an island sipping cooled alcoholic beverages while writing poetry and training helper monkeys. I want to home school Julia and any other kids we have (and/or have around) with the whole world as our campus: doing a stint on Greek History? Why not head over to Athens and reenact some historical tableaux? I want to be a published writer and travel around doing readings and book signings and seeing marvelous places on some publisher’s dollar. I want to SELL OUT and enjoy every second of it. I want to be Head Librarian of my own library that will, of course, be located in a fabulous old building complete with pillars and stone lions. Oh yeah, and I want to steal Oprah’s chef away and make him create fabulous dishes for me that will simply MELT the pounds away. How many of these things do you think I will accomplish?

Posted by Trista @ 4:07 PM

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I would like to join you on your island.

Um, and if you come to visit us while you are in Florida, I will make you one of the dishes that Oprah's chef makes... (sorry, that's the best I can do).

Posted by Blogger Kiker @ 8:55 AM #
 

I want to be a published writer, a professional kayaker (but not the kind in the Olympics, the kind that floats around on lakes and class 1 rivers all day), a world traveler, a mom, and a movie reviewer. At least those are the things I want to be today.

Posted by Blogger hd @ 12:43 PM #
 
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