6.03.2018

sunday stealing

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From Friday Five

1. Is there a smell that will immediately sicken you?
liver and onions
2. When you want quiet, where do you go? home
3. Do you need/prefer total darkness when you sleep? no, although sleep masks are handy
4. What is your least favorite taste? sour or bitter
5. How heavily do you rely upon your sense of touch? heavily--touch includes pressure and as a knitter that's important
6. Do you mostly prepare your meals at home or do you eat out more? I get a lot of prepared meals from a local deli
7. Is there a time of day when you are more likely to buy food already prepared? dinner
8. What is your average weekly grocery bill (for how many people)? What is your total restaurant/fast food bill for an average week? groceries are $55-60 and restaurant/fast food is $30 (I included the deli)
9. What is your favorite meal to prepare at home? salad
10. What is your favorite meal to order in a restaurant? breakfast
11. Do you believe in fate? no
12. If Karma was to visit you now, would it be kind or kick you in the butt? it would be kind
13. Do you believe you have lived another life previous to this one? no
14. What do you believe in with an unshakable resolve? me
15. What one factor influences your life the most? $

7 comments:

Stacy said...

There's a lot of truth in your answer to #15. Money is said to be the root of all evil and we're warned that it can't buy happiness, but I still contend that having enough goes a long way to smoothing the way and removing stress.

Zippi Kit said...

I forgot completely that knitting also involves a lot of touch, always feeling the tips of the needles and the tension on the yarn. And, yes, money, or the lack of it, plays a BIG role in modern life. Not all qualified kids get scholarships, for instance. I can really see this.

CountryDew said...

I like that you have faith in yourself. I wish I did. Bravo to you for having it.

Bev Sykes said...

ROFL You said your sense of touch was critical as a knitter. I read that as "a killer." I have to stop watching crime programs.

Zippi Kit said...

Hahahaha! Good one Bev!

Ms, CountryDew. We all have faith in you. I'd take a solemn oath on that, too.

The Gal Herself said...

How's this for freaky? Our groceries/fast foods $ are the same, but swapped.

Mary said...

Boxwood--Yuck!----smells like a cemetery to me.