How very sweet when someone I've never "met" thinks I deserve a little something. Thank-you, Miss Peach, for this sweet little surprise.
It does, of course, come with conditions. If I answer these questions, does it get me out of sending a formal thank-you??
1. Do you have the same friends since childhood?
No. We made a couple of big moves during my childhood and that is what I shall blame, thereby taking no personal responsibility.
2. What do you value most about your friends?
That they choose to sit by me even if other people are around. We're deep like that.
3. Are your friends your sounding boards?
Yes, and just so they don't feel pressured, everyone else with whom I have contact during the day also is drafted as a sounding board.
4. What is your favorite activity to share with your friends?
Talkinglaughing. (If it's written as one word, it counts as one item = an old English teacher rule)
List 5 things under the following headers:
10 years ago:
5 things on today's "To do" list:
Pull Pepper the puppy around the block,
Funeral visitation for Checkered's beloved aunt,
Make an apple pie,
Grade 56 essays and 28 quizzes,
Sell our travel trailer
5 snacks that I enjoy:
chocolate ice cream,
Cherry Cordial ice cream,
plain banana splits
upside down banana splits
right side up banana splits
(When does the Dairy Maid reopen???)
5 things I would do if I were a millionaire:
Fully fund my children's higher education, currently non-existent savings accounts,
Buy the house next door and move my parents into it,
Run for the local school board,
Fully fund a program for hungry children through a missions organization,
Fret about money.
5 places I have lived:
5 cutting-edge, uber exciting jobs that I have had:
receptionist at Chemlawn,