Friday, February 09, 2007

Friday Feast

Thank you all for your kind words regarding Lilla's birthday.  It really confirms in us once again that there are good people out there that have a heart for the hurting!

And now, without further adieu, I give you the Friday Feast:

Appetizer - Have you been sick yet this winter? If so, what did you come down with?

Yes.  In December I had pneumonia and I've also had a lot of asthma related issues.  Good times.

Soup - What colors dominate your closet?

Black, white, red and blue.  They are color coordinated in that order.  Any variations, such as a green, fit in with their primary color.  i.e., pink  with Red and green would go with blue.  I know yellow is also a primary color but I think I have one yellow item so it goes with the blues.  No, I'm not Obesessive Compulsive, why do you ask?!?!

Salad - How would you describe your personal "comfort zone"?

I am a gregarious introvert at heart, so I do like to be around people, just not large groups.  I am not a fan of loud noises, I prefer soft tones and calming music and colors.  I am more comfortable with the poor or middle class.  Because I've never been upper class and I worked with the poor as a social worker, it is hard for me to understand them.  I really love to be around people of other cultures and traditions.  I don't care for debates so I'm much more comfortable around people who are not arguementative, wether they mean it to be that way or not, it's just a personal preference.

Main Course - On which reality show would you really like to be a contestant?

Hands down, the Amazing Race.  Several friends and I have talked about applying over the years, the timing was just never right.  My friend, who is a Republican Politician and I, who was a social worker, thought we'd have a good angle going on.   She's actually one of those arguementative types I discussed in the above.  Whew, would that have been some interesting TV!

Dessert - Which holiday would you consider to be your favorite?

I love just about everything about Christmas.  The lights, the music, the joy, the family, the friends, the cards, celebrating the real meaning of Christmas and hearing the Christmas story over and over, and of course, watching A Charlie Brown Christmas.  What is not to love?!?!

1 comment:

Mike said...

A good feast. I've had pneumonia before and I know it isn't fun. I like small crowds of people best too. Thanks for stopping by my blog.