I should really blog about my trip, but instead I’m going to do the meme. Why? Because of this:
The rules: Each player answers the questions about themselves. At the end of the post, the player then tags 5-6 people and posts their names, then goes to their blogs and leaves them a comment, letting them know they’ve been tagged and asking them to read your blog. Let the person who tagged you know when you’ve posted your answer.
1) What was I doing ten years ago?
Let’s see… 10 years ago I was 18 so I was still in high school. I was a Senior at Mater Dei High School located in Southern California. I was part of the Chamber Singers and was in a lot of singing competition. I also performed in Carnegie Hall around that time as well.
2) Five (non-work) things on my to-do list for today:
– Play Guitar Hero III
– Blog the meme
– Buy rice
– Take pictures of my new stuff from the trip
3) Snacks I enjoy:
– Does ice cream count as snacks?
– cotton candy
– nuts 🙂
4) Things I would do if I were a billionaire:
Well this could be interesting. If I was a billionaire, these would be the things I would do in the order:
– Pay off all my debt, including all my mortgages
– Buy an island with house on it in the 1000 Islands region
– Buy a penthouse in Chicago or Boston
– Pay off my parents’ debt
– Travel to places
– Open a yarn store for fun
5) Places I have lived:
I guess I live quite a few places… I will list it in the order since I was born I guess:
– Taipei, Taiwan
– Tau Yuan, Taiwan
– Garden Grove, California
– Troy, New York
– Orono, Maine
– Allentown, Pennsylvania
– New Haven, Connecticut
– East Haven, Connecticut
6) Jobs I have had:
Well, I didn’t have a lot of jobs. Growing up, my responsibility was to study hard and get good grades, so I didn’t have any part time job until I was in college. I was teaching assistant for 2 different classes, a work study who did invoices and credit cards for the engineering department, an undergrad research student, a engineering co-op doing design work, quality engineer for RDE and quality engineer for manufacturing.