Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Something I Haven't Told Many People

Okay, so here is something I haven't told many people about myself.


  • Don't ask me why, but I would love to take a full guided tour of Italy & Greece. There's something about it that intrigues me. I can't speak Italian, but I love to watch documentaries about the countries. It's sick, I know, but I like to google them, look at pictures and day dream about it. What would it be like? How fantastic the scenery must be. My father, of course, would chime in and say nasty, filthy & "I don't know why you would want to go to some place like that?" Of course, this is why I haven't told many people this about myself. I have a movie "Under The Tuscan Sun" with Diane Lane and it seems to feed my hunger sometimes.
  • I have an appreciation for Classical Instrumental Music, as you can tell by my new playlist. One of my favorite is Canon in D Major composed by Pachabel. You may not know this song from it's name, but you would know it if you heard it. Check it out on my playlist to the right. I don't have it on automatic play, so you'll have to press the play button. I love to hear all instruments play, but I guess I would have to say that the violin wins my heart every time. Before I got pregnant with Kaitlyn, I told Doug that I would love for our child to learn how to play the violin. This way, I could hear it's sweet melody anytime. Knowing my luck, Katie would hate the violin. However, we would like for her to try the piano. Doug and I have talked about going to a symphony, but we have never gone.

I've told you two things about me that I haven't told many people.
Tell me something about yourself.
What are your interests?
Your likes & dislikes?
I'll tell more at a later time.


The Thorsrud Family said...

I LOVE cannon in D. I had that played at my wedding! That's the song I walked down the isle to. ....hum...I should put my favorite song on a playlist...good idea....you would be surprised at mine!

Laura said...

I had Cannon in D played at my wedding, too. It was the song that the bridesmaids walked down the aisle too. Very nice! I also use to could play Fur Elise on the piano....a LONG time ago!