Saturday, September 8, 2012

Niner Niner


I'm going to try this, at least once! 

1. When was the last time that you danced in public?   I used to go two-stepping every Friday night with my girlfriends, but it's been so long since I actually danced in public that I can't remember anymore.  I did, however, cavort last Tuesday.  It was awesome.
2. Tell us about one of your closest friends. He's a little obsessive about things like Tolkien and soccer, has an undying love for the San Antonio Spurs, and was once pretty reclusive.  Then he became the father of the most extroverted child on the planet, and he's adjusting beautifully.  What?  A husband can't be a friend?
3. What is the most that you have ever lost?  The most I have ever lost was my baby girl, on December 9, 2003.  I still can't talk about it without getting emotional and teary, so I suppose that I'm still going through the stages.  I guess that I'll get through them eventually.
4. What was the last thing that you have done to help a neighbor? I pulled their recycling bin from the curb and rolled it up next to their garage door so that no one would know that they were gone for the weekend.
5. It’s election season. What do you think the priorities of the United States really should be?  I think that these bozos need to make bipartisanship a priority, because without that, nothing seems to get done.
6. What was the last severe weather situation that you and your neighbors endured?  Except for drought, which we are in now, the Hundred Year Flood of 2002, which was preceded by the Hundred Year Flood of 1998.  Other than those, not too much happens here, weatherwise.  
7. Have you been or are you a vegetarian? Thoughts?  I am not a vegetarian.  I tried it once, but ended up gaining about twenty pounds trying to make up for the lack of protein in my diet.  The only vegetarians I have a problem with are the militant ones who get in my face about my food choices.  I have a tendency to stab those people with my fork.   
8. If you had a wish for your future, what would it be? To live comfortably with 47 cats.  I kid.  My wish for the future would be to see my grandchildren and die in my sleep at a ripe age.
9. Who just doesn’t get it?  Anyone who think that they can demand that people do things their way without understanding that all successful politics is compromise. 

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