Friday, September 21, 2007

Fashion and Food - kinda

We're heading up island to a wedding tomorrow. I get to try out my new dress ensemble that I specifically purchased for my nieces wedding next month. The wedding tomorrow is my the hubby's Uncle. This will be Unk's 3rd wedding, but to be fair - his second marriage lasted 30 years and she died of cancer over a year ago.

However, I get the feeling that this wedding is causing a bit of family controversy. On the upside - I'll get to visit with my sister-in-law that a barely know.

Well that was all Blah, Blah, Blah wasn't it? It must be Friday, and I'm trying to post more than just the "Fridays Feast".

Appetizer
What is your favorite type of art?
Art is subjective – didn’t anyone ever tell you that??? Art can be a brilliant cello soloist, a Michelangelo sculpture, a child’s finger-painting, or one of my paper-craft or photo cards. Do I have a favourite – not really. Do I know what I do and don’t like – most definitely!! Can I explain it to you? Nope.

Soup
When was the last time you got a free lunch (or breakfast or dinner)? Who paid for it?
Tuesday, one of my co-workers (the creepy one) took me out. I got cornered and couldn’t say no. Even a free lunch has a price.

Salad
On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest, how emotional are you?
Today? In general?? How about a 8, or 8.5. When watching the movie Braveheart, I cried during the battle scenes where all the horses were killed by giant spears, arrows and swords. I couldn’t care less about all the men getting killed … but watching the horses was horrid. Don’t even get me started on Romantic Comedy’s when things don’t “look” like they’re not going to work out like they’re supposed too.

Main Course
Approximately how long do you spend each day responding to emails?
Because I sit at a computer all day at work, and e-mails are a big part of my job – a few hours if I had to break it down. E-mails are a HUGE part of my life – professional and personal.

Dessert
To what temperature do you usually set your home’s thermostat?
In the summer we have no control – hot outside – hot in. But in the wintertime, daytime temperature (when we’re home) is usually around 70 and nighttime temperature we turn it down to 62 or 63. As yet, we haven’t had to turn the furnace on – thankfully. But the time is coming soon. Sooner than I’d like.

Happy Friday everyone!