1. Tell us about the most recent wedding you attended.
That's a while ago.
It was the wedding of someone who called herself a friend. The girls were still small and everyone expected her to ask the girls as flowergirls, so I made them nice dresses. But she didn´t want flowergirls. I didn´t ask why, I should have.
She wanted all the boys to come too, even though I said we'd better not come with the whole family. I asked what way she wanted us to be dressed and she asked colours. So I bought the boys very neat trousers and each a nice blouse and told them to keep their mouths shut all the time.
They behaved well.
But we felt out of space with the people who attended. They were all dressed in black! Women had all black dresses and men white shirts with black suits! It was like we were at a funeral.
2. Do you enjoy attending weddings, or do they bore you to tears?
Apart from the last one I've always enjoyed weddings, even though a small tear sometimes crawls in the corner of my eye.
3. Does marriage in general make you feel confident and good inside, or skeptical?
My feelings have changed through the years. So many people have beautiful vows and forget them soon.
4. Do you have a photo blog? (If so, feel free to share the link with us.)
5. Do you find yourself driving less due to the high gas prices?
6. What's the high temperature today where you are?
7. "It's not the heat, it's the humidity." Agree, or no?
I guess the temperatures are high where Sam lives. Here it was not warm at all. I don't like humidity.
8. What's the hottest you've ever been in your life?
I thought in Italy, but it might have been here. 40 degrees celcius in the shadow.
9. Non-temperature related last question: In your opinion... who's hot?
You don't know him.
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