I hope everyone had a great week. I can hardly believe it's time for Five Question Friday (5QF) once again. If you'd like to join the fun, just click on link to the right for more details.
1. Did you have a favorite blanket or toy as a kid? If so, do you still have it?
Oh, I have a hideous stuffed monkey with plastic "hands" that used to hold a banana. The banana is long gone and there is some pitiful residue where the damage was repaired with tape. He is stuffed with those tiny styrofoam beads like bean bags, which I'm certain would not pass anybody's child safety standards in this day and age. I am speaking in present tense because I do still have the thing. He has been banished to the shelf of my daughter's closet (she was scared stiff of it when she was little and just thinks it's plain ugly now that she's older). Poor monkey! I guess I should put him on the curb for err, uhh "pick up" tomorrow. Is there some ceremony for getting rid of cherished lovies that are filthy dirty, a safety hazard and no longer so special?
2. Do you dream in color? When I can remember a dream I think it is in color. I've never really thought about that, though. I'll have to pay more attention next time.
3. How tall are you? Do you wish you were shorter or taller?
I am 5'6" which I think is about average for a female. I am the shortest sibling in my family, but I'm okay with that. Don't think I'd rather be any taller or shorter.
4. If you could have anyone's (celeb or other) voice as the guide on your GPS, whose would it be?
I don't even have GPS, but I'd probably have to say Peter J. Fernandez. I listen to a lot of audiobooks, and always love when he's the narrator.
5. Do you return shopping cart to the corral or just leave it wherever in the parking lot?
Oh, I always make it a point to return the shopping cart to the corral or sometimes I'll return it to the front entryway of the store if it's closer than the corral from where I parked. To this end I usually make it my business to park near the cart return, but shhh! don't tell my "don't-you-know-you're-more-apt-to-get-a-door-ding" husband about that! If I find a stray cart on the lot on my way into the store, I'll take it in with me and just use it if it's not one of those pull to one side or wobbly, squeaky wheel varieties.
I guess that's all for now, folks. Until next time...