Dixie Peach: My Top Five - Part I

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Saturday, November 15, 2008

My Top Five - Part I

It came to me in a vision. A man on a flaming pie said "It's NaBloPoMo month. Your monthly theme is favorites. You love lists. For your weekend entries, make lists of favorites.".

Genius inspired by a man on a flaming pie only happens once and only to someone like John Lennon so I'll be honest. The laziness that invades me body and soul on weekends has suggested to me that weekends for the rest of NaBloPoMo will just be lists of my top five favorite things. It's cheesy and meme-y but far superior to getting to the last five or six days of the months and running completely dry for things to write.

Favorite TV Sitcoms:
1. M*A*S*H
2. The Dick Van Dyke Show
3. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
4. I Love Lucy
5. Seinfeld

Favorite Flowers:
1. Magnolias
2. Violets
3. Gladiolas
4. Tulips
5. Lily of the Valley

Favorite Pies:
1. Peach
2. Chocolate Cream
3. Key Lime
4. Lemon Meringue
5. Sweet Potato

Favorite Holidays:
1. Christmas
2. 4th of July
3. Thanksgiving
4. Halloween
5. New Years

Favorite Sports to Watch:
1. Soccer
2. Baseball
3. Biathlon
4. Figure Skating
5. Team Handball

Favorite Vegetables:
1. Tomatoes
2. Okra (even boiled okra)
3. Spinach
4. Green Beans
5. Kohlrabi

Favorite Beatles Songs:
1. A Day In The Life
2. She Said, She Said
3. Here, There And Everywhere
4. Norwegian Wood
5. I'll Follow The Sun

Favorite Martin Scorsese Films:
1. Goodfellas
2. Casino
3. Taxi Driver
4. The Departed
5. The Last Waltz

Feel free to comment and give me some suggestions as to what lists of favorites you'd like for me to do.

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Blogger sari said...

I love pie.

How about top five cheesy 70's songs? :-)

12:02 AM  
Blogger Significant Snail said...

How about favorite places you've visited? Could be cities, could be museums, could be favorite stores.

Yay soccer! Yay pies! Yay MASH!

1:55 AM  
Blogger UmmFarouq said...

Favorite foreign films? Favorite department stores? Favorite southern cities? Favorite Presidents?
(just helping out w/ the dry spell)

5:35 PM  
Blogger jane said...

have you ever seen the age of innocence? it's a total departure from scorcese's usually violence ridden films (which i love by the way!). i absolutely love that movie, find it to be one of the most perfectly executed adaptations of any novel i have ever read - check it out if you haven't. it's nuanced, beautiful and absolutely heartbreaking.

4:31 PM  
Blogger The Big Finn said...

Biathalon and team handball??? Wow, you have been in Europe a while, haven't you?

9:12 AM  

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