Getting to know me, getting to know all about me

First the rules:

1. Respond and rework. Answer the questions on your blog. Replace one question that you dislike with a question of your invention, and add one more question of your own.

2. Tag other people.

Now the questions:

What are you wearing today? It is 6:39 a.m., I am still in my gown.

What’s for dinner? I think fish of some sort.  I have been hungry for fish.

What would you eat for your last meal? Tandoori pork, cornbread, coconut cream pie.  My first inclination was to eat something I can’t normally have like cantaloupe, but I really don’t want to spend my last hours strung out on Benadryl.  And what if I got a stay and I had killed myself with a melon.  How do you like the way I assumed I was being executed???

What relaxes you most? I can usual relax without much provocation.  Like just let me find a seat somewhere.  I have been really relaxed the past few days.  Or maybe even depressed a little.  Either way I haven’t accomplished much.

If you could go anywhere in the world for the next hour, where would it be? I would meet my husband somewhere between here and there.

What language do you want to learn? I would really love to master French.  I understand way more than I can speak, and that annoys me greatly.

What do you love most about where you currently live? The privacy.  Near the end of a country road is pretty good most of the time.

What style is your current home decorated in? There isn’t one. As much as I like “house stuff”, there is not a particular style I favor.  If I like it, I will just stick it with the rest of  our conglomeration.

If you were a time traveler what era would you live in? Mid century –  ooops, already did that.  Guess I am not very adventuresome.  I like my modern conveniences.

What is your favorite color? Red, white, turquoise. But mostly red.

What is your favorite piece of clothing in your own wardrobe? a patchwork prairie skirt I bought from an etsy shoppe.

What were you doing ten years ago? July of 1999, I was starting my soap business and doing pretty much what I do now, only more efficiently.

What are you going to do after this? Make coffee, decide if it is too muddy to go for my walk this morning.  Pick tomatoes.

What are your favorite films? French Kiss, You’ve Got Mail, Practical Magic, Elf, Christmas with the Kranks. Deep stuff huh?

What are your favorite books? I love cosy mysteries. But will read just about anything.

Do you collect anything? Books, coffee mugs, vintage pyrex.

What makes you follow a blog? Humor, craftiness, sewing info, retro style.

What was the most enjoyable thing you did today? Just got up.

Ann’s Question: What makes you comment on a blog? I find this hard to answer.  It really depends on if there is a question someone needs and answer to, and I might have it.  Or leaving a positive comment about a craft or art or post. I never leave negative stuff.

Amy’s Question: What is your favorite thing to do when you have free time? Hang out, watch a movie, nap.

Tonya’s Question: What is a talent you wished you had? I wish I could draw or paint.

Vickie’s Question: Who is your favorite actor? I really really love Al Pacino.

Kitten’s Question: Other than Blogger, Facebook, Twitter, etc. what are your most frequently visited websites? My girls’ blogs, CNN,, I have a list of friends blogs I read. And that dang etsy.

SeptemberMom’s Question: What was your favorite subject in school?Math

Christy’s question: As a child/teen how did you envision your adult life? Pretty much doing what I am doing now. Wife and mom and now grandma.

Dan from Art of Panic’s Question: How much time do you spend on your average blog post?Probably 30 minutes or so.

Little Ms Blogger’s Question: If you could would you want to control the weather? Yeah, until I lost interest in it.

Susan’s Question: What is the one thing  you’d like to check off your “bucket list” in the next 5 years? I don’t have one.

Emotional Umbrella’s Question: If you could give any advice to your teenage self, what would it be? Getting a college degree might not be a waste in the long run.

My question: What did you do with all your time before the world of blogs? Definitely more work.

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Susan You have a great sense of humor….. I LAUGHED MY HEART OUT!

And you can cook too!

Take your show on the road…. as the comic cook!

Love, Victoria in Houston