Sunday, May 15, 2005

Tagged!

Overnight I've been tagged by Dani and Lisa - thank you, lol!!

The instructions are to complete five of the following sentences, and then to go on "tag" three more friends. Not sure if I'll find another three bloggers who haven't already been tagged!

If I could be a scientist . . .
If I could be a farmer . . .
If I could be a musician . . .
If I could be a doctor . . .
If I could be a painter . . .
If I could be a gardener . . .
If I could be a missionary . . .
If I could be a chef . . .
If I could be an architect . . .
If I could be a linguist . . .
If I could be a psychologist . . .
If I could be a librarian . . .
If I could be an athlete . . .
If I could be a lawyer . . .
If I could be an inn-keeper . . .
If I could be a professor . . .
If I could be a writer . . .
If I could be a llama-rider . . .
If I could be a bonnie pirate . . .
If I could be an astronaut . . .
If I could be a world famous blogger . . .
If I could be a justice on any one court in the world . . .
If I could be married to any current famous political figure . . .

If I could be a bonnie pirate I'd live in Never Neverland with Peter Pan, the lost boys, and Captain Hook. Peter Pan was one of my favourite stories when I was a child, perhaps thats were my facination for stitching mermaids comes from. Or I'd sail the South Pacific seas, travelling between the tropical islands of Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and the Cook Islands - all places on my dream holiday destinations list.

If I could be a librarian I would probably take all all the books home with me and never get any work done! No seriously, if I wasn't working in the field I'm currently in , a career related to books would been my second choice.

If I could be a chef I would travel the world researching for my tv cooking show, to France and Italy and Greece.

If I could be a gardener I would have my own gardening centre with a cafe attached where people could sit and chat, or even stitch, while gazing upon the lovely plants and flowers, and listening to the water feature tinkling. I would also employ Glenn as my landscape designer as he has "landscaped" our gardens from scratch and always seems to ideas for more gardneing projects floating around in his head.

If I could be an inn-keeper it would be beside a beach somewhere so that when there's no guests to look after I could take long stolls along the beach or lounge in my deckchair reading lots of books!

I'm going to tag Bea !

3 comments:

Carol said...

Thanks Katrina! I figured your SAL was all set up, but it was so nice of Dani and you to invite me in. SALs sure keep you motivated to stay the course and finish a project!! I love Celtic Band Sampler too - my fabric is a bit like yours :-) Oh, I have some charts and the DMC #8 to mail out to you this week - all is gathered together now (just have to divide that ball of perle cotton)

Isabelle said...

I enjoyed your answers Katrina! :)

Bea said...

Tagged!!!
And I answered on my blog. Thank you, Katrina. It was funny!!!

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