Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Come on, play!

Now sisters of the blog:

I have several fun followers and I do mean several that talk to me all the time about how much they enjoy reading and even how they enjoy visiting other blogs that I read daily from my list.

These ladies just don't blog themselves and don't leave comments when they do visit.

I'm down.
I'm cool.
You don't have to comment.

Seriously, you don't.

But, today...

Come on, play. PLEASE.

Just for fun.
Just for me.
I want to HEAR from you!

This'll be quick and easy, I promise.

All you have to do is:

  1. click on "post a comment" at the bottom of this post.
  2. type your answer in the text box.
  3. publish under annonymous if you don't want to sign up or don't already have a login screen name BUT be sure to leave your name just to put a happy smile on my face, sweets!
  4. Then FINALLY type in the security code provided to ensure you are a safe source.
  5. Then hit publish.
  6. That's it!

It's ALL SKATE as I like to call it, so everyone {blog or no blog} join in!

Follow me around the rink as I skate backwards with my pink glitter pom-poms on my purple skates. {only had that pair in my 9 year old dreams...I had to take the dingy brown rentals with the orange wheels]

My question to answer:

"What would your dream job be?"

Ready, set, go!

My dream job would be...hmmmm...I have 2.

1. A professional dancer like the girls on Dancing with the Stars. Lotsa of leg, lotsa sequins, lotsa shimmie-shaking, lotsa moving, lotsa accessories, lotsa music, lotsa high heels, lotsa twirling...right up my alley!

2. Quite a stretch from #1, but I would like to work in a bakery or arrange/deliver flowers. I think it would be so fun to design cakes and bake from scratch trying new recipes and creative techniques. And boxing up hand selected delectables knowing they are going home to be deliciously devoured would make wearing the hair net completely worth it. And for the flowers, well I am a flower junkie. The smells, the textures, the colors, the creating....and then to deliver to someone who has no idea what they are about to be given nor what is waiting for them when they open that little 2 x2 card, well, that would be just the best to watch. Surprises...I like'em.

So surprise me!

What would your dream job be?

Tell me short and sweet or tell me long with details. I don't care. Just tell me!

Come on, play!

.mac :)

13 comments:

Carla said...

Oh, I want to be a world famous wildlife photographer. Hubby says the Ansel Adams of the animal world.

The Pink Potpourri said...

my dream job? well, i think i actually get to start it in the fall...i get to be a mom!

Anonymous said...

My dream job is to do something that is meaningful and makes a difference in people's lives - yes seriously. Right now all I do is NUMBERS and it is soooo boring and soooo inconsequential (spelling?) and meaningless (redundant but bears repeating) I think God is going to work that out sometime, but in His own time. . . so I am just trying to be ready. . .

I suspect that if those are your dream jobs (DWTS dancer and florist/cake decorator-maker) that one day we will see you doing those things!

Love, Nana Led

April said...

My dream job, huh? Well, I can think of two off the top of my head. First, I would love to be a veterinarian because I LOVE animals! Of course, that would be minus the reptiles because I don't do creepy, slimy things! LOL!

My second dream job would be a pediatric nurse at St. Jude Hospital. I've always been drawn to children with cancer and I think it would be so rewarding to help and comfort them in the fight for their life.

daisyeyes said...

I'm not a secret follower, but here goes...

1) would love to have a fabric/sewing shop and a custom furniture shop with my hubbie

2) design/write curriculum

Alex said...

i have three dream jobs and i'm living 2/3 right now....
sharing the gospel with students full time and teaching music!
the third is being a mom, and hopefully one day that will happen also :) i am obviously not anonymous, however, i haven't yet told you that I LOVE several of the blogs you link on your blog. thanks!
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Ruby Red Slippers said...

I know, this is not that exciting-but I want to be a professor. I was working toward it before kids, but am now credits short of my Master's Degree in Education...
ONE day-when my babies aren't such babies, I will continue.
I really am living my dream being a mom-that was always my number one dream.
Sorry to be so sappy on ya-but it is what it is. :)

I like yours-very fun, and very you!

Sarah said...

My dream job is to stay at home with my baby...hopefully babies one day....and not have to worry about $$. I would also love to work for God....I know that sounds cliche, but I would love to feel completely secure in doing something for Him and be good at it! BTW, love your creativeness, how do you come up with these things??
Sarah

TateandLily'sMom said...

Well I have 2...the 1st I'll share with you during our girltime...but the second? The owner of a bed and breakfast in the 1800's farmhouse that I grew up in. Of course I would hire an awesome housekeeper to make the beds (since that's not my bag). But the breakfast and afternoon snack would be delish! And I would get to play hostess every day!

Anonymous said...

I would love to run a no kill animal rescue. I love love love animals and I want them all to have great homes:) It breaks my heart when I see a stray. I just want to bring them home with me. We already have two cats, two dogs, and two kids...I think we are at our limit. One day though I hope to be able rescue lots of little animals and find them great homes:)
Alison

pam said...

I always wanted to be a teacher. I love your answers!

Anonymous said...

Hey Meg! It's Emily Brock "anonymously" reading your blog! I enjoy keeping tabs on you and the kids. Mollye looks just like Adam!!!!

My dream job: So many things....

Live.Love.Eat said...

Dream job? Owning a quaint little cafe in my quaint little downtown area where I would serve coffee and wine and appetizers and play fun music, for people to come and enjoy themselves and feel relaxed and content. There would be eclectic oversized couches and chairs that don't match and colorful trays for people to place their wine on on the couch so they wouldn't even to stretch for a sip. Jack Johnson playing in the background. Curtains on the ceiling..........

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