Sunday, January 29, 2006


I've been tagged by Moe, my future MBA2008 classmate. I never knew what tagging means and still don't know, but it seems to be something very helpful since I haven't been very inspired lately due to unhappy times at work (too many weirdos working in this company!). Thank you, Moe, and here goes my list:

Four jobs I've had in my life:
  • Babysitter
  • Experimental psychologist
  • Political risk analyst
  • Statistical analyst
Four movies I can watch over and over (yes, love is all around ;-) ):
  • An Affair to Remember
  • Legally Blonde
  • In the Mood for Love
  • Love Actually
Four places I have lived:
  • Dresden
  • Barcelona
  • Manila
  • St Andrews
Four TV shows I love to watch:
  • Friends
  • Seinfeld
  • Father Ted
  • Blackadder
Four places I have been on vacation:
  • Uzbekistan - most impressive palaces and mosques I have seen in my life...

... and lots of melons on the bazar ;-) !!

  • Basque Country - nice food, nice mountains, great music, great nightlife, good surfing
  • California - great beaches, great people, sunny, relaxed
  • Finland - enjoying lakes and little isles without traces of modern life
Four of my favourite dishes:
  • Pilav/Osh
  • Coconut curry (green/red/yellow with lamb/fish/chicken/tofu whatever...)
  • Aromatic crispy duck wrapped in crèpes with Hoisin sauce, YUMMY (especially in Gerrard Street in Soho)
  • I guess I need to take a dish from my home country as well. My absolute favourite is the grilled fish called plaice with Bratkartoffeln (slices of potato grilled with onions)
Four websites I visit daily:
Four places I would rather be right now:
  • London, UK
  • Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Rome, Italy
  • Palermo, Sicily
Four bloggers I am tagging:

This is really tough, first of all I haven't been involved much in the community, and then everybody seems to have been tagged already. The good thing is not everybody has responded so maybe they can be tagged twice? Let's try...


Marina said...

wow, how did you end up in Tashkent? I totally should have had Love Actually on my movie list.

I think I didn't get into Anderson because I didn't do a good job on the Why UCLA? essay. Columbia was easy to write because it was my first choice :)

The Divine Miss M! said...
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angie said...

Tashkent I visited because that's my husband lived for 5 years and I loved the place. I wouldn't mind going there again.

Manila is another issue, I liked the Philippines but working in Manila for 3 months was tough, lots of traffic, very dirty and just weird.

Thanks for the link, Suzy, that sounds very interesting! I'll have to follow that blog!

divinemissN said...

Ehm... that wasn't me (M vs N).... although I do have a list of 1001 things to do:

angie said...

sorry Suzy! So which one was first, Miss M or Miss N? Who copied whom? Or is it a coincidence?

The Divine Miss M! said...
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The Divine Miss M! said...

Ooppps... sorry Suzy didnt mean to coin your screen name!

divinemissN said...

No worries!! Great minds think alike ;-)