Cee says it’s time to share more of our world. She’s going beyond asking things like “what’s your favorite color/food/holiday?” and asking questions that require thinking! Not sure it’s a good idea for me to try to think with a beer in hand and after a day of running around being sort of busy. What the heck? If I make no sense, you’ll just ignore it, right?
1. Crunchy Peanut Butter or Smooth? Most often smooth, but every once in awhile I like to change it up and go for crunchy.
2. Is there a job you interviewed for and didn’t get that would have totally changed your life as it is now? Please explain. Not that I recall. Unless I fudge a bit and go back to the airline stewardess thing, but that wasn’t a matter of getting as far as an interview, just growing too far. Had I not gotten too tall, and had I actually become a stewardess, I’m sure it would have changed my life. Since I think I am where I’m supposed to be, I’m glad I got too tall.
3. What’s the most interesting “Ice Breaker” Question you have ever been asked? (This one is selfish, I’m always looking for more questions.) This would be easier to answer if I could think of any – the only thing that comes to mind is very juvenile, and was asked of me (frequently) when I was a teenager – “how’s the air up there?” because I was taller than everyone else from the age 12 on. I got so sick of hearing that, so I’d say it’s not a very good ice breaker.
4. If you had the choice between an RV, a sports car, an SUV, or a bicycle, which would you choose and why? This one has many “ifs” attached to it. IF I could afford it, I’d like to have an RV so I could go stay places for a few days at the time, taking my dogs with me without having to hassle finding pet-friendly places to stay. IF I could afford to have a small car to tow behind my RV. IF I lived closer to a shopping area, a bicycle would be good, IF I didn’t have to deal with hills, and snow, and ice. IF I have to be practical, I would like a small SUV-type vehicle, with all-wheel-drive or four-wheel drive. Beauty is not a requirement, reliability and economy are.
That’s the best I can do this week. But I will offer a few photos from the fair, which is where the Artistic One and I headed after the wildlife refuge last week.