1. There's a Time Genie. She can put you back in time to relive a day that you loved. If you could turn back the hands of time, what day would you relive if given this opportunity?
There are so many days that are worth reliving.
2. What did you do yesterday?
I wrote the last articles for the paper, did laundry, made a nice dinner.
3. You've been given 3 parachutes, but there are 4 people who need them. Who will you not give one to: Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, Kim Kardashian, or Simon Cowell? Why?
Do you really think they would wait until I've made a decision? I bet they'll take one before I can blink an eye.
4. Where are you going and where have you been?
I was young and I'm growing old.
5. They say that books read as a child make more of an impact on a person than books read at any other time in life. Are there any books that you particularly loved, that shaped the way you think when you were little?
Haha! I read Tarzan, books about native americans, africans, books about astrology and Heidie. No wonder I'm rather broadminded. LOL!
6. What do you look forward to most in the next six weeks?
Not having to wake up so early, as a few here in the house need to go away very early.
7. What was the last text message you received?
I never read them. I don't know how and I'm not bothering to learn. I want to live, not to be a slave of my cellphone.
8. Do you prefer to call or text?
I hate them both. People are busy doing their things and they can perfectly live without me. I can reach them when I really need them, that's enough to know.
9. What were you doing at 9PM last night?
Writing the editorial.
Have a nice weekend!
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