Tuesday, September 16, 2008

JUST A COUPLE QUESTIONS, FOR FUNInspired by this post, I thought I would do a little fun questionnaire of my own!
I can't wait to read your answers!

::If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

::If you could change your name, what would it be?

::If you could be someone else for a day, who would it be, and why?

::What would you eat for your final meal?

::You are on a desert island and you only have one CD. What are you listening to?

Feel free to answer one or all in the comments box!

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9 comments:

  1. -Not sure yet. Hawaii? Somewhere warm, safe, liberal.
    -I finally like my name. I'd pick a new middle name, though. Alexa? Alysa? Ann doesn't suit me.
    -Angelina Jolie. I'd like to see what she sees in the world. Brad Pitt, included.
    -Chana and naan. Warm, simple and yummy.
    -Brian Transeau. Dreaming.

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  2. Ok, since I have so much time on my hands today (NOT!)


    ::If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

    I think I'd like to stay just about right where I'm at, just further into the country. I think I'd be happy just about anywhere with Jeff and the boys.

    ::If you could change your name, what would it be?

    I did change my name - when I got married. LOL! And am I ever thankful! My maiden name was awful. I'm happy with my first name. When I was in elementary school I wished my name was Lisa. All the "cool" girls were named Lisa. :)


    ::If you could be someone else for a day, who would it be, and why?

    For ONE day I would be a person without children or a husband. Just one day to relax and not have to worry about schedules, meals, naps, etc. Just ONE day to take care of only me and nobody else. But I love my kids and hubs so much, that I think one day would be enough.

    ::What would you eat for your final meal?

    First thing that comes to mind is pork chops in mushroom sauce with mashed potatoes on the side. Maybe some mac-n-cheese, too. Real comfort food, cause I'm about to die, right?! LOL!


    ::You are on a desert island and you only have one CD. What are you listening to?

    I have no idea. I honestly don't listen to much music. I never have the radio on, not even in the car. I don't own an ipod or even know how to work one. So I guess I'd want an audio book on how to survive on a desert island. :)

    So what are your answers?

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  3. Great questions!

    ::If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Right here in the Willamette Valley, OR. In two hours I can be on the beach, in the mountains, in the dessert, in the Portland metro area, in the countryside... And I'm 15 min. (or less) away from all of my family.

    ::If you could change your name, what would it be? Colette Wilder

    ::If you could be someone else for a day, who would it be, and why? Someone with lots of money. But only for a day (or maybe a month :)).

    ::What would you eat for your final meal? Pizza, Dr. Pepper, and Mud Pie

    ::You are on a desert island and you only have one CD. What are you listening to? Probably the Les Miserables soundtrack.

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  4. ::If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

    ::If you could change your name, what would it be?
    something cute like Daisy

    ::If you could be someone else for a day, who would it be, and why? my cat?

    ::What would you eat for your final meal? My mom's fried chicken, rice and gravy, mac and cheese, green beans....yum!!

    ::You are on a desert island and you only have one CD. What are you listening to? the Bible on CD of course!!

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  5. oops....live anywhere.... Utah, baby.

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  6. Where would I live? Some very small village in Scotland or England.
    If I could change my name? Angelica Pemberton
    If I could be someone else? Kathleen Norris, the writer, who gets to live in a monastery sometimes
    My final meal? Chicken and dumplings, green beans, applesauce, sweet tea, and apple pie and ice cream
    My one CD? Something Celtic

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  7. Molly Leonhard9:02 PM

    1. Britain
    2. Georgiana
    3. One of Theodore Roosevelt's children: he was an amazing president and a great father. I would like to experience what it would be like to live in the white house and be part of the Roosevelt family...or my mom. I'd like to experience what it's like having six children.
    4. Turkish food from a little restaurant in Cheltenham, England that i used to go to while I was there.
    5. Sandra McCracken: Builder and the Architect.

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  8. 1.A sparsely populated Carribean Isle.
    2. Baye
    3. My foster child's real Mom- just so I could hug her again!
    4. El Somb-what else?
    5. The Dave Ramsey Show - a current obsession of mine!

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  9. I honestly have no idea what I would answer to these questions, but Debbie, I just had to say that I know someone with a name very similar to Angelica Pemberton, and she's a mean bluegrass fiddler! (Which, as you know, is very closely related to Celtic.)

    The meal somehow involves salmon, though. That much I know.

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