Friday, April 17, 2015

I Mustache You Some Questions Tag!

I saw this tag over at Spoonful of Happy Endings and you all know I love tags so naturally I couldn't resist!

Four names people call me other than my real name

  1. Lo-Lo- Mostly my Dad :)
  2. Peppernut- A nickname since birth... long history behind it.
  3. Lega-Lois- After Legolas from LOTR.... that has a long history to it as well.
  4. Lois Lane- Please just do NOT ever call me this! I've never seen any Superman movies and I know minimally about Superman but I promise you basically everything I know is relate to people always relating my name to Lois Lane! I'm sick of it! Don't do it! Rant over. ;)

Four jobs I've had

  1. Waterer at a nursery
  2. Student worker at my college's library
  3. Pig farmer (not sure what my title was actually) at a pig farm
  4. No more yet but hoping for a nursing job soon once I graduate! 

Four movies I've watched more than once (I've watched plenty more than once but these are my favorite to rewatch and probably the movies I've rewatched the most... not necessarily my favorite movies).

  1. Pride and Prejudice 1995
  2. National Treasure
  3. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
  4. Charade

Four Books I would Recommend (so many but I'm narrowing it down!)

  1. The Bible (of course!)
  2. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (duh!)
  3. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien 
  4. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Four places I have visited- I'm not much of a traveller as evidenced here. Not that I don't want to travel because I do, I just haven't much. 

  1. Costa Rica
  2. Canada
  3. Colorado
  4. Yellowstone National Park

Four places I would rather be now

  1. England
  2. Ireland
  3. Scotland
  4. Italy

Four things I don't eat (actually two... I'm not a very picky eater)

  1. Bell peppers
  2. Fish (I do eat it sometimes) 

Four TV Shows I watch (A lot.... But I'll just include some of my favorites and of course I couldn't keep it down to just four)

  1. Doctor Who
  2. Leverage
  3. Stargate: Atlantis
  4. Psych
  5. Monk
  6. Firefly

Four things I'm looking forward to this year (2015)

  1. Graduating from nursing school!!!
  2. Startin a job as a real nurse!
  3. Regaining my sanity ;)
  4. Spending more time with my family once I'm free from the clutches of school! 
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  1. Oh I LOVED Psych!! It was such a great show and I was bummed they cancelled it. I am living in Naples, Italy right now and can tell that it is amazing. :) I have a trip to Lon coming up in a few weeks. My husband and I are going to see Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare Globe. I am so excited!

    1. That's so cool! I actually just finished reading Romeo and Juliet! Seeing one of Shakespeare's trips performed in the Globe is a dream of mine! :)

  2. This is cool!

    I might be tempted to call you Lega-Lois someday. Just so ya know;)

    SBFSB!!! I'm so glad to find other people who love that movie as much as I do:D Ooh, and I've been thinking about watching Charade! That's the one with Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn, right?

  3. I am interested in Doctor Who but am not sure how this series works. Is it a show that was made years ago and brought back? Where should I start? What age group is it geared to? I have neighbor girls that are into it but would boys like it too? I am a mom in my forties so would it appeal to an older audience as well? Thanks for your help!

    1. Yes. The show originally started in 1963 and ran till 1989. Then there was a movie in 1996, which attempted to revive the show but didn't at the time. In 2005 it was finally revived and it's been going ever since. I would recommend starting with the revived show as while the old stuff is good, it is older and not as good quality.
      I think of Doctor Who as a family show. My whole family enjoys it from my Dad who's in his fifties to my little brother is ten. So yes male and female will love it and all ages as well. It's mature enough for adults but fun enough to keep the kids there too. It's a clean show too, maybe a couple bad words dropped in the whole show. As a Christian, there are a couple worldview points I disagree on but besides that it is a great family show.
      It is sci-fi but heavier on the fiction than the science some times and can be cheesy sometimes. :) The first season is kind of weak but it gets better as the show goes along.
      It is on Netflix, which is how I watch it. :)
      I hope that helps. If you have any more questions feel free to ask! :)

  4. Lois, thanks so much. You are a big help. I will look on Netflix for the shows starting in 2005. Have a great day!


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