1. Have you ever felt that you needed to just forget an ex-lover?
Yea, ofcourse. In a way. But people won't disappear from my mind on command. Wish that was possible!
2. Spring picnics and cookouts are here! What would you want to have on your plate as you head back to the table?
Well, maybe at your place, but here there's not much possible on that subject. certainly no cookouts. The smell of the BBC of the neighbours is awfull enough. Don't want to sit gasping for breath in the garden... no way.
3. It's St. Patrick's Day, March 17th! Do you celebrate? Drink Green Beer? Go out?
No. It's not celebrated here. So no strange green events happening, no miniscule creatures running through my home.
4. Did you remember to wear green today?
No, see former question.
5. What phrase or saying do you over use?
6. If you could (or could have) change(d) something about your relationship with your parents, what would it be?
I would have urged my farther to reveal more about his work during the war in the RAF.
7. If the NCAA Men's or Women's Final Four basketball tournament was played in your hometown arena or within easy driving distance from where you live, would you try to attend one of the games?
Huh...basketball? No, ofcourse not. It's american, is it?
And I need the money for more important things. Sorry.
8. No matter what's going on in your life, what always makes you smile?
Whistling birds in the morning, humor.
9. We've asked this before: What else is on your mind? Go ahead and rant.
OK, if you want to know. I'm bugged by the fact that we can't afforsd wintertyres for the car, and that I found out one of the covers of a light is broken. And I'm fed up with people spying on us to find fault.
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