I'm going to give the Wednesday Hodgepodge a try. If you're curious or want to join up, please click on the image.
1. In what ways do you indulge yourself?
2. Have you ever taken a cooking class? Any interest? What type of class would you most like to try?
I have never taken a cooking class. I probably should, but cooking is not overly interesting to me. Baking, however, is. As for what type of class I
may should take, it would probably have to cover everything. Except boiling water - I can do that.
3. What does it mean to be a good citizen?
To do what's right. To watch out for each other. To help each other. Support your troops regardless of whether or not you support a war - they are fighting for and defending your rights. Realizing that the world does not revolve around you.
4. 'Tis the season of the political advert...do these ads influence your vote?
All they do is piss me off and make me want to run off to Canada every four years. Good grief. I hate mudslinging and it only gets worse as the election draws to a close. I watch the debates if possible and I try to be as informed as I can be. When the ads come on I either mute them and play Angry Birds or change the channel.
5. What's something you see today that makes you wish you were a kid again?
I see commercials for all sorts of things that make me think, "God, I wish we had that when I was a kid . . . that looks like fun." However, I played outside a lot and many of today's toys are computer games of sorts, it doesn't necessarily get the kids outside.
6. What's your least favorite cliche?
"Always a bridesmaid, never a bride." or "Three times a bridesmaid, never a bride."
Seriously, you can't make us singles feel good can you? Just rip on the poor single girl who got stuck wearing the neon green taffeta dress that doesn't flatter her figure at all, right? Give us credit for standing by our friend or family member and wearing such an ungodly number. That's love, folks.
7. What percentage of your Christmas shopping has been completed? How does that make you feel?
I bought one present so far. Only because we drew Secret Santa at my last vet job, and the next time I was in Redding I went ahead and bought something for her. Once I decided to move, I wrapped it up and gave it to the office manager because I wasn't sure if the newbie would be comfortable participating when she will hardly know anyone. So, it's now under the office manager's desk.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
I hate applying for jobs online. I would much rather do it in person. Like the old days. This online stuff is for the freaking birds.