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Friday, March 14, 2008

Friday's Feast 3/14

Appetizer: On a scale of 1-10 (with 10 as highest), how much do you like your own handwriting? Hmmmm... I'd give it about an 8. I like it most of the time.

Soup: Do you prefer baths or showers? For daily bathing, showers. For relaxing, a nice long soak in a hot bath just can't be beat.

Salad: What was the last bad movie you watched? I can't even remember the last movie I watched, let alone the last bad one. Oh, no, wait, my DH was watching this horrible movie on TV a few weeks ago where Nicholas Cage's head would turn into flames and he was some kind of ghost motorcycle rider. I watched a little of it with him. It was very cheesy-- I couldn't stand it!

Main Course: Name something you are addicted to and describe how it affects your life. Mountain Dew. It's bad for my blood sugar, it's bad for my budget, and it's bad for my general health. I go through spells where I cut down to practically none, and then I go through spells where I'll drink 3-4 a day. The only time I've ever been able to completely quit drinking it was when I was pregnant, but there were other health issues involved then.

Dessert: Which instrument is your favorite to listen to? Good question~ I'd have to go with an acoustic guitar. There's something very personal about guitar music that isn't blasting through speakers.

Join in the fun with your own Friday Feast!


  1. I like acoustic guitar too:) Nice feast!

  2. I'm pretty sure you're referring it to "Ghost Rider" movie. I didn't like it either...lol.

    Nice feast. Have a great weekend!

  3. I could not remember the last movie I saw either. Amusing how you remember parts but not the name.

  4. Great feast!!

    My friday's feast is ready for you at:

    Laane on the World

    Have a great weekend!


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