Kathleen Marie at Stranded in the Mountains tagged me with a short meme. I almost didn’t get to it because I stopped to drool over her recipe for Berry French Toast.
When do bloggers find time to cook? (See my recipe for peanut butter and raisin sandwiches.)
Anyway – getting my mind out of the calorie gutter…and back to the five questions. They are very deep, but as usual, I stayed in the shallow end of the pool. And please - any of you, feel free to post on your blog and invite me over for the read.
They are very deep, but as usual, I stayed in the shallow end of the pool. And please - any of you, feel free to post on your blog and invite me over for the read.
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As a child, what did you always say you wanted to be when you grew up?
I knew I was going to be a Princess. I prepared to sleep on twenty mattresses and complain about the cherry pit beneath them. The wicked Queen Mother would have to admit that I was royal and I would marry the Prince. Lately, I have been thinking about that Princess Job again.
If you had to choose one thing that you've always dreamed of doing, what would it be? What is stopping you?
The Tornado Chase tours in
Who is your biggest fan? Who is always encouraging you to be all that you can be?
The hubby is my most ardent supporter. He keeps me grounded. He keeps my hopes in focus. When I need to be safe, I just slip into his arms.
What book has most impacted your life to date?
Here I am all grown
old up, having sampled numerous genres of literature, and yet I still cherish the very first book I held in my chubby little hands.
“Marcus the Monkey.”
There are no earth shattering or life changing reasons. It was just the first of many reading adventures over the years that open up and swallow me whole. (You have to grab my shoulder and shake me back to reality to get me out of there.)
5. When are you the happiest?
When Friday is a payday just before a three-day weekend. Hey! That’s almost here!
(Oh… you guys know it’s really my family.)
If you get a chance go back and read Kathleen Marie’s list. I want to be her when I grow up.