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7 things I plan to do before I die
1. See Ireland
2. Have children
3. Build a large piece of furniture by myself
4. Live in the south
5. Become a therapist
6. Own a vacation home
7. Live in the south

7 things I can do
1. Draw blood
2. Take a blood pressure
3. Do an EKG
4. Pull out a Foley catheter (yeah, I worked today)
5. Blog
6. Nurture
7. Talk

7 things I cannot do
1. Shut up
2. Drive a big rig
3. Fly a plane
4. Drive stick
5. Run
6. Sing well
7. Play an instrument

7 things that attract me to the opposite sex
1. Intellect
2. Sense of humor
3. Trivia knowledge
4. Eyes
5. A baseball player build
6. Love of family
7. Dimples

7 things that I say most often
1. “Like…”
2. “I KNOW!” (a la Monica Gellar from Friends)
3. “What the hizzle?”
4. “See ya ladel…”
5. “So I was thinking about the wedding…”
6. “I love you!”
7. “I ‘m heading to the blogosphere…”

7 celebrity crushes
1. Dennis Quaid
2. Andy Pettite
3. Phil Mickelson
4. Cuba Gooding, Jr.
5. Tiki Barber
6. Ronde Barber
7. Matthew Perry

7 people I want to do this
1. Rebecca
2. Kat
3. KT
4. Red
5. Aarwenn
6. Space Chick
7. Emily

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9 responses »

  1. I hope that you get to go to Ireland. My husband took me there because I had always wanted to go. We both just loved it. I have only been to Dublin, but he got to see the really pretty parts. We’re hoping to go back too. My last name is Murphy and even though it’s been several generations ago I still feel very Irish. I think that it’s because the South Side of Chicago and its suburbs are still so Irish.

  2. Boy you really want to live in the south! And building furniture is a very cool goal. Wouldn’t it have been funny if I had the Foley catheter on my list of things to do before I die?

  3. Ha! You’re too late! Patrice got me first. But it is all there on Tuesday’s post. This is a really good one as far as memes go.If you ever do live in the South you can pay me a visit!

  4. haaa, nicole, foley catheter. then you guys could have really gotten together.I notice alot of people saying they can’t drive stick. maybe I should have put that on my things I can do. I have come to realize that it seems like a hard thing to do – even though it’s totally not.what exactly is a baseball player build? sort of thin, wiry, but muscular? if so, I like that too.

  5. YAY! I WAS TAGGED!I’m all excited because I don’t actually have anything to write about and now I do, and I’m tired of that depressing post being the first thing to strike the eye on my blog. So, yay! And do you know that you mentioned “Live in the South” twice? 🙂 I, also, can drive a stick, but I’m not sure if I’m going to put it in my “things I can do” column–it’s not a big deal, it’s like breathing.

  6. When I was in the hospital after being hit by a car, a nurse in practice (not sure what the right term for that is. Inter nurse, perhaps?) got to practice putting in a cathater on me. I was mortified, but she did a good job and it was over quickly. I can’t drive a big rig either, but I find it very amusing you put that on your list. Something you may try in the future maybe?

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