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Dianne Mays's Favorites of 2009

Posted January 8, 2010 by in Other

In order to celebrate the launch of a brand new year we have asked our staff to reflect on 2009 a little prior to tackling 2010. So we asked them to answer a few simple questions:

5 Favorite Songs of 2009
4 Favorite Albums of 2009
3 Favorite Movies of 2009
2 Favorite TV Shows of 2009
1 Favorite Moment of 2009
__________

NAME: Dianne Mays
TITLE:
Office Manager

SONGS

  1. “In Christ Alone”: new to me in 2009
  2. “You Belong With Me” – Taylor Swift
  3. unfortunately I listen to oldies
  4. “Losers” – Me in Motion:  I do love this song
  5. “Open Hands” – Matt Papa:  I really like this too

ALBUMS

Seriously, I don’t listen much, but I did love Jason Gray’s Everything Sad is Coming Untrue. And I really like Me in Motion album.

MOVIES

  1. The Blind Side
  2. Up
  3. Slumdog Millionaire

TV SHOWS

  1. Flash Forward
  2. The Office
  3. Of course, American Idol
  4. 24

I do watch TV

MOMENT
Kids coming home from college

Sorry I’m not more interesting.

About The Author: Dianne Mays

Dianne Mays hails from Detroit, but after years in Nashville, she's successfully transformed into a Southern lady. She manages Centricity's office in Franklin, plans and implements special events and projects, and coordinates travel for the Centricity family. Dianne started in music as a singer with the Speer Family, where she met John Mays, her husband of 31 years. After nine years in the industry, she took a break to homeschool their two children, John Austin and Kelsey, now college students at University of Tennessee and Middle Tennessee State, respectively. Her hobbies include gardening, indie movie watching, and Texan house-guest hosting. She is also quite proficient with a riding lawnmower.

  1. Beau Black said

    Me coming to visit had better be a close second fave moment!

  2. Gina said

    Since when is listening to oldies considered an unfortunate thing?

    “Kids coming home from college”- Spoken like a true mother!

  3. Carla said

    I love oldies, Dianne!

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