I know – you’re all sitting there thinking “what more could she possibly share?”, but when Cee calls I am compelled to respond. So here’s a bit more of my world:
1. What is your favorite couch potato activity: readings, watching movies, watching sports, napping, anything on TV, computer games, play cards, or other? Mostly other. Playing on the iPad. Reading email, blogs, writing a blog post. Reading magazines or a book, on the iPad of course. Except today I subscribed to the print version of National Geographic Traveler, because I’m a dreamer.
2. What is your favorite toppings on pizza? My favorite pizza is Papa Murphy’s take and bake combination pizza with black olives (somehow these are only acceptable on a pizza), sausage, pepperoni, tomatoes, mushrooms, sweet peppers, maybe some things I’m not remembering and cheese, of course.
3. What is is favorite genre of movie or book? This is another of those “it depends” questions. It depends. On my mood mostly. There are some action/adventure movies I’ve really liked, some comedies I’ve really liked, some romances I’ve really liked, and some of each of those I’ve really not liked. I loved Patch Adams. I really enjoyed Independence Day. Lincoln, Argo and Life of Pi were favorites a year ago (or was it a little longer than that?). This year I really enjoyed Frozen and Monument Men. I was impressed with the acting in – that other movie. The one with Jennifer Lawrence (isn’t she wonderful?), Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams. The one whose title is just out of reach of my too-full brain right now. Anyway, I was impressed with the acting – the movie? Not so sure. Books? Kind of the same. A little mystery, a little romance, mostly something that acquaints me with a new place in the world and delves into people and relationships. I’ve read every one of Anne Rivers Siddons books with enormous pleasure. Have I shared enough here?
4. Do you prefer eating the frosting of the cake first? No. I rarely eat frosting unless it’s a whipped cream frosting or a cream cheese frosting on a carrot cake. Or chocolate. But sicky-sweet frostings I just can’t do. When I do eat frosting, it’s with a bite of cake, never by itself.
I think I will share only one photo today. One I took of the moon peaking through tree branches a few nights ago, when the skies were only a little hazy. This morning I took some of the little bit of snow we got last night, but those will wait for another post.