How was your weekend? Ours was great! Amanda at Homely One, one of the blogs I read on a regular basis, passed me this blogging game. It is my first time to do this and I was very excited! Here goes the four questions I am supposed to answer with four things.
I carry a headache medicine (it’s not a pain-killer like Tylanol) in my purse as I get a headache sometimes and I need to take care of it before it gets too late. I use my color analysis swatch when I go shopping. My sewing kit came quite handy sometimes. I was surprised to learn that everyone in Jakarta gives away his/her business/name cards. I have so many now that I needed a big case to keep them organized. I carry my eco-bag in case I make a random grocery shopping. I try not to get plastic bags. I like my sushi accessory for my keys although it is meant to be for a cell phone in Japan. I don’t have a place for it on my cell here, so it’s tied to my key holder.
4 Things That… I would like to do but never did
Oh goodness. So many…
1. To go to Maldives
2. To go to Bali
3. To visit Sweden where my favorite stores IKEA and H&M were created and indulge in their designs, culture, food, etc.
4. To master French and work as an interpreter in French
4 Things That… you don’t know about me
1. I worked as a radio personality/interpreter in a small town in Japan called Kumamoto for 6 months.
2. I worked as an interpreter for Mineko Iwasaki just when she was in Austin, Texas for lectures for a couple of days. She is considered the most successful geisha of her generation and was said to be the model for the story “Memoirs of A Geisha”.
3. I almost drowned at a beach in Senegal and ever since then I have fear for the open water although I LOVE to swim.
4. People often think that it is my husband who initiated to do his job and start our nomadic life, but I would say it is the other way around. I suggested him to do what he does today because I thought that he would be great at it. However, it is his will and ability which allows us to have this life style.
I hope this was somewhat interesting to you…
Now it’s time to pass the baton. If they are inclined to do so, I would love to learn more about the following bloggers, but truly no pressure.