Pamela from Escape from Cubicle Nation has these five questions she recommends answering to find out what you should do with your life. I answered them for fun and then I debated posting them here as they could be a bit personal but I thought it would be fun to see if you guys can figure out what I’m passionate about by reading them. Your ideas are welcome!
What is your favorite movie? Pelican Brief â€“ she solves a mystery, writes a brief, it gets noticed by important people, sheâ€™s in New Orleans â€“ my second favorite city, trying to hide â€“ I like the challenge of how you would hide, trying to right a wrong. My next favorite would be an action movie – any of the Tom Clancy movies with Harrison Ford, or that one where Harrison Ford proves heâ€™s innocent of murdering his wife because a one man arm did it or the Saint or that one where they track nuclear weapons to New York City. Action all the way. With a challenging mystery that the main character solves.
What are your favorite channels on television? Channels? Frank tapes all the shows with the DVR. All I know are the names of my favorite shows â€“ not even what day they come on! ER and Grayâ€™s Anatomy would be my favorites although they tend to get a bit soap opera-ish. I also enjoy watching CSI with Frank. If thereâ€™s anything else on â€¦ well, Iâ€™ll never know if I like it unless Frank tapes it and says I should watch it.
What kind of art museums are you attracted to? Art. Hmm. I liked seeing all the dinosaurs at the Smithsonian. Does that count as art? If I had to pick an art form, it would be photography. Thereâ€™s a photographer here in Colorado who has studios at the airport and in Broomfield and he takes amazing pictures of wildlife. But I like pictures of people best. They donâ€™t have to be people I know but those are the best ones.
What kind of music do you love? Country music. Time Marches On and Any Man of Mine and the one about the girl (as the boy grows up) are probably my favorites.
What kind of outdoor environment makes you the most happy? Summer. Sitting outside at a restaurant in downtown Fort Collins. Preferably with friends but alone is still fun as long as thereâ€™s lots of people around and lots going on. Sitting on the Ramblas in Barcelona rates pretty high too. As does the River Walk in New Orleans. And parts of New York City and San Francisco. Busy, hot cities in the summer.
So what do you think? Do you know what I should do now?