Because Bus is recovering from surgery...get well soon!...an old meme, from november 17 2007.
1. When's the last time you ran?
Last week, to catch the bus.
2. Do your jeans have rips, tears, and holes in them?
No, not at all. I hate jeans that have tears and such. I want them without problems and also dark blue. I have one pair of bleached jeans and it feels like I can't afford proper ones. I know it's psychological and silly.
3. What are you dreading right now?
The gift toodoo in december. We already have the event at december the fifth, and we can't afford it. We surely can't. And it feels so bad and sad.
4. Do you like Mexican food?
We don't have it often, but for once in a time I'm OK with it.
5. Favorite ice cream?
Depends on my mood. Banana, chocolate or lemon. All together is OK too. Yummy!
6. When was your last doctor's visit?
Ooohh, that's nibbling at my conscience. Eh...a year ago? Dunno. I should have gone to check my diabetes. But we agreed that as long as I check my own bloodsugars regularly I can make my own decisions.
7. Do you get the full 8 hours of sleep a night?
8. How many pets do you have?
9. "First Loves Are Never Over;" is this true for you?
I don't think I need to dwell on that. But I've seen a recent picture of him and he still has those features I loved so much. And they still make me smile.
Have a nice weekend!
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