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Monday, September 27, 2010

Meet Me On Monday 5 Questions

Not very inspired to blog on a topic this evening, so I thought I'd do the Meet Me On Monday Linky Questions:
1. How many TV’s do you have in your home?
A: Am I counting TVs that are HD-compatible and actually work? Then, 3. Five is I count the two that we never ditched.

2. What is on your bedside table (nightstand)?
A: A giant hogde-podge of stuff--much of it contributed by my two daughters, who seem to think they own the joint. Mostly: Bookends holding up about 20 workbooks (Beth Moore Bible studies) and quilting and tatting pattern books; a pencil cup with pens, markers, lip balm, nail files and safety pins; a glass of iced tea; bottle of allergy eye drops; a headband; Sunday crossword puzzle; pair of gold hoop earings; alarm clock; a lamp; and a beaded bracelet with a broken clasp. Oh yeah, and a healthy layer of dust (dusting is man's work, afterall).

3. How many pair of shoes do you own?
A: Too many to count. Seriously. I'm embarrassed to count.
You have to understand... I wear a size 11... it's a dainty size 11... and if I find a good deal on shoes that aren't made of purple phython skin, I just have to buy them... I might not get another chance. If I wore an 8, I'm sure I'd have a lot fewer shoes...

4. Can you change a flat tire?
A: Heck yes! Can and have... several times!

5. Do you prefer sweet treats or salty treats?
A: Usually salty over sweet--especially potato chips!
But, if I can get chocolate-covered pretzels that's the BEST of both worlds!


  1. I laughed at your "dainty size 11"!!! That is too funny!

  2. I love Beth Moore! I am working on one of her Bible studies right now. She did the opening session of a Women of Faith conference I went to, and I was enthralled with how she taught the Word.

    I can always appreciate a healthy layer of dust too. :) Have a great week!

  3. I'm with you on the sweet/salty. Love dark chocolate, but really like the chips too. Wonder if choc. covered chips are any good? haven't seen them advertised at any state fairs yet, so I guess no one is curious enough to market that. I have been known to stick part of a choc. bar in the peanut butter jar, but I think someone already thought of that one, like Reece's.