Amy . . .

What would you like to know? I am fun, but crazy. I have a most perfect husband, and 2 cats named Samson and Delilah. We are presently working on adopting a little girl from China and have a separate blog for that. I am a Christian and am working on a better relationship with him. I live in the Atlanta area and love sharing stories with people. I am also a pediatric nurse and I love it! I love to talk and meet new people and I love Disney Cruising

Monday, March 19, 2007

Question of the day

Is there an character in a movie/tv show whos personality you relate to or one that you desire? Unfortunately, I believe I have Phoebe moments!!!!!


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Amy said...

Good afternoon Amy! She's not a character, but real. People say I am quick witted like Ellen. I'm always one step ahead of everybody!

I am thankful today that my daughters are going to be home with me today and we are going to try and get some work accomplished!

Michael - Lover of Amy said...

I performed in a production of You're a Good Man Charlie Brown back in 1995. I loved the experience and found I could relate very well to Charlie Brown (the role I played).

I have a hard time coming up with any character I would LIKE to be like, but there is one that I think I am like, James "Droz" Andrews - Jeremy Piven's character in the movie PCU. Droz is kinda smarmy, above all the politically correct bull____ that goes on in the world. Fun-loving, sarcastic, and generally well-liked by those that are like him.

TeaMouse said...

I'm unfortunatley probably a lot like Paula Abdul. I never want to hurt anyone's feelings. I have a problem being honest if I think it will hurt someone's feelings.

From what I can tell Paula can be very sensitive, at least that is how she portrays herself a lot on T.V.

Maybe if I could be a bit more outspoken and more self confident I would probably be a bit like Whoopi Goldberg. I would love to be so self confident that I didn't care too much what others thought of me. That is my weakness.

I am thankful for blogging and how many nice people I have met and continue to meet.

DebD said...

Well - there are several actually - do I have to pick one?

I can definitely relate to both Mrs. Arbothnot (can't remember her first name) and Lottie from Enchanted April. Especially when dreary Feb/Mar. rear their ugliness and I sure wish I could escape to Italy.

But, a character I think a lot about, oddly enough, as I parent my teen and college aged kids is Cybil from the TV show by that name with Cybil Shepherd. I hope I can love my kids with such intensity and still have a strong personality while dealing with the obnoxious teen years.

I am thankful for... A wonderful lunch with an old homeschooling friend whom I don't get to see that often anymore.

debi said...

Unfortunately, I'm a little too much like Monica! I am trying to break some of those "anal" tendencies though.

Today's thankful radar is picking up a freshly vacuumed living room and the smell of freshly baked cranberry bread.

annb said...

My all-time favorite movie is "It's A Wonderful Life" and I I can relate, a lot, to George Bailey. Not only do we share the same last name, but I also have times in my life when I "forget" to recognize the glory of the Lord in everything I do and in everything around me. I have my weak moments when I think I can better handle problems or worries in my life instead of giving them over to God! It took an Angel of the Lord to come down and take away George's life before he is able to get his "faith-focus" back in line. I try always to keep my focus but I also have times when I have to be brought back in line.
I am thankful that my God is a loving, forgiving and merciful God and that I have a relationship with Him. I am thankful that I have His word to rely on and that I never have to walk alone in this life!

Michelle said...

This is a hard one; I'm going to have to think on it and hopefully get back to you!

gail said...

This is a hard one for me, been thinking on it all day! I'm not sure I can pick one that I think I relate to.
An old show that I've seen in reruns is Leave it to Beaver and I think the mom on that show is most how my life has sorta been; a stay at home mom who mostly does things at home or church!
Maria in the movie Sound of Music is probably someone I might have dreamed about being like! Not sure if it was because she sang (which I would love to be able to do) or if it was the romantic part of the story and inheriting 7 children that got to me! When I was younger I wanted that many children or more; when I started having them I stopped at 4!

JennyMcB said...

Oh man, this is such a hard question but I think I am a lot like Grace from Grace under fire, but without any of the dysfunctional background. I just liked how honest she was with everyone. But I would love to be Carol of the Brady Bunch, just think, all those adoring children, a husband with a smile and of course- she has ALICE!

I am thankful that all my hard work paid off in pounds lost today at Weight Watchers.

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Gosh, you've got some hard questions Amy! :)

I'm sitting here watching 24, so my first impulse is to say I'm like Chloe. Nerdy, geeky, a good heart underneath, but you have to get past my hard outside veneer. She may be a bit harsher than me; I'm more of a people pleaser. I always loved the show "Mad About You", so I sort of wish I was like Jamie!

I'm thankful for our VCR, since we taped 24 and are able to watch it later :)

Indiana Amy said...

I'm a mix-
1. Seinfeld, I see the world like that but I'm not so mean
2. Jack on Lost, I like to help but I'm not so intense
3. Angela on The office, I'm an honest Christian but I'm not a cat person and not so mean.

I'm thankful to hear my child breathing. I'm just so thankful for her.

Joyful Days said...

Jamie Buchman from Mad About You. Wish I looked like Helen Hunt.

I am grateful for warm weather today!