1. What is the craziest thing you've done in the last Year?
It was not a directed action, but we were blackmailed by a socalled professional and we thought the truth would be seen by everyone. We miscalculated. Peopel are far more willing to think the worst of people.
2. What is something that you've lost recently?
My trust in quite some people.
3. Where does your patience suffer the most?
When waiting for a trafficlight when there's no traffic to be seen. (When I would cross the road a policecar would come and I would get a huge fine.)
4. Have you ever reread a book?
Oh yes. The first one was my babybook, the second one was Heidie en the rest followed.
5. What is a TV show that you absolutely HATE to miss?
As the world tturns. We're one to two years behind, so they're still together...
6. How old do you wish you were?
A hundred. Boy would I tell the world the world what I think, and finally people would pay attention and I wouldn't see them shaking their heads and saying to each other that that old one is really sick in her head.
7. Do you know your neighbors?
One side: yep. They're great! The other side: yep, I know their yelling and arguing.
8. Do you believe that opposites attract?
In magnets, yes.
9. Who was the last person that made you laugh?
My son who just came in for a bicycle light and glowed all over. He thinks we're not aware he has a girlfriend. LOL!
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