saturday 9

Call Me

1. Who is someone that phones you routinely that you never seem to be up to talk to, but you are not ready to push them out of your life? no one

2. What is something that effects you deeply, to your core, no matter your mood or what else is going on in your life? the sky

3. Tell us of something that relaxes you and always makes you happy. laughter

4. If you could take the train from anywhere to anywhere, where would 'anywhere' be? there, of course!

5. If you could look into the future, how far down the road would you like to see? 10 years? 100 years? A million? either 100 or a million, I want it to be the future where no one I know will be here

6. Did you do your shopping online for this Christmas, how did it go? Did things come in on time? Any significant failures? ...and if you didn't, will you consider trying online shopping sometime this year? smoooooth sailing. I found online coupons for the major retailers I shopped from so I got extra savings! Even on the last-minute stuff I ordered.

7. What people or projects are worth your time, money or effort? well, anything I get involved with is worth my time

8. Think back when you were in high school. Are you proud of the way you dressed, or do you wish you could go back and change it all? I totally wish I could go back and change it all

9. Do any of your friends, family or co-workers know about your blogs? For those that do, did you tell them or have they stumbled upon it by themselves? I think they all know I blog but they don't visit often


The Gal Herself said...

I like that you answered "the sky." I don't think I have ever seen an ugly sky. Even the grays of stormy days can be pretty. Thank you for reminding me.

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

I SO agree with you on the future. If you went say 10 years, and found yourself dead, who'd want to know that? Happy Saturday, Allison...

Lisa G said...

Online shopping is the best!

I am Harriet said...

Neat choice- the sky.
Have a great day!

Diana_CT said...

I doubt that if I went back to my high schools days that I would change. It was a different era.