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Two meme or not two meme? 
13th-Apr-2006 02:42 pm
militant owl


Two Names You Go By:
1. Ma’am (to too many of my students, I kinda hate it)
2. Dr. Mommy (when my kids are being silly)

Two Things You Are Wearing Right Now:
1. Chocolate brown linen blouse
2. Silver earrings with purple stones

Two Things You Want in a Relationship:
1. Laughter
2. Passion

Two Things You Want Really Badly:
1. More time in a day
2. A book contract

Two pets you had/have:
1. Pagos (a gallah – very bad pun)
2. Sherry (cat, littermate to Hock, Claret and Port)

Two Favorite Sports:
1. Cricket
2. Sumo

Two people who will fill this out:
1. Most of my Flist has already done it
2. So not really expecting any more

Two things you did last night:
1. Passover seder using a 1942 reconstructionist haggadah – a fascinating text for a historian
2. Heard amazing stories from a midwife who recently spent a year in Kazakhstan as an aid worker

Two Favorite Places to eat:
1. Paris
2. Hong Kong

Two People that live in your house:
1. The Bean
2. The Peanut

Two things you like about yourself:
1. I can admit when I’m wrong and apologize graciously
2. I’m rarely wrong

Two things you ate today:
1. Homemade gefilte fish (nothing like the hideous jarred stuff)
2. Tomato salad with fresh basil, mozzarella and bean sprouts

Two people you Last Talked To:
1. The Peanut
2. His friend Charlie

Two Things You're doing tomorrow:
1. My taxes (I hope)
2. Making Chinese chicken soup and matzah balls

Two things that make you laugh:
1. My husband
2. Pompous politicians getting their comeuppance (and being able to use the word ‘comeuppance’)

Two Favorite Holidays:
1. Thanksgiving
2. The day I submit grades and know I won’t have to mark another assignment or exam for months

Two last films you've seen:
1. Films? Sorry, not sure I remember what those are
2. Oh, right, the things we put on for the kids, hmm, probably Aladdin, but could have been Space Jam.
13th-Apr-2006 09:24 pm (UTC)
Not that I remember, thanks.

Of course, the two are related - I probably wouldn't be as gracious if I had to do it more often. Growing up in a house full of smart, educated, and viciously competitive people, we learned young to be careful about getting caught out saying anything we couldn't back up. Hubby almost choked the first time he heard me admit to being wrong, then he looked out the window for apocalyptic horsemen.
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