1.13.2019

sunday stealing

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Storywise

1. The strangest place you've ever been. a couple of tourist trap places

2. Unusual food combinations you enjoy. I like to put potato chips in sandwiches--is that unusual?

3. Your best cure for hiccups. a spoonful of peanut butter or circular breathing if there's no peanut butter

4. Something you have never done but would like to try. Fly first class on a long flight

5. A routine you do every day without fail get a Dunkin' iced coffee

6. Something new you've recently learned. I regularly learn new things!

7. Your keenest sense. I don't know if it's keenest but my most sensitive sense is hearing

8. Whether you prefer cooking or cleaning up. I prefer someone else doing both

9. Where were you the last time you saw the sun rise. at my friend's cottage on an island off the coast of Maine

10. A recent time you were embarrassed. hmmm--it happens regularly, I think I overheard students talking about intimate things I didn't want or need to know about

11. An everyday sound that delights you. velcro

12. The last conversation you had with a stranger. at the market today

5 comments:

Stacy said...

Oh, a long flight in first class does sound heavenly.

Lori said...

I like potato chips on a sandwich too! Yummy! It adds that crunch people crave. Loved your answers! Have a great day!

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Zippi Kit said...

Flying first class on a long flight is absolutely worth it. Good call.
People put Fritos in sandwiches, and potato chips sound yummy too!
About the cooking. Me, too. I'm glad that I don't cook except one meal a week. That may change again, though, to help out the cook.
Have a great week. Do you have snow days? Best wishes with the weather...brrr!

CountryDew said...

My aunt flew first class to Australia. She said she had her own little pod with a bed and everything. I think it also cost $14,000 or something, which the company she worked for paid.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

The sound of velcro--yeah, I get what you mean. I can hear it now. :-) I made a sandwich once with potato chips. It was pretty good.