Thursday, January 04, 2007

Friday's Feast #2

Feast One Hundred & Twenty-Five
Appetizer
Which celebrity (or celebrities) do you think will make headlines this year?

Don't know, don't care. I don't pay a whole lot of attention to celebrity goings-on anyway, I've got better things to do with my time.

Soup
They say that good things come in small packages? What is something little that you think is great?

Godiva chocolate. Itty bitty pieces, but oh, boy, are they ever good.

Salad
Name a song that makes you want to dance.

Hawaii Five-O by The Ventures. We played this at every single victory dance (after football games - we didn't always win, but we always had a dance) in high school, and I can't help but flash back every time I hear it. Also, Use It Up & Wear It Out by Pat & Mick. This song makes me think of APO (Alpha Phi Omega) dances in college and my friend Tony Lisenby, who was a dancing fiend, and hair dancing and the Gang of Four (me, and my friends Deona, Brian and Sean - if my mother knew how much fun we really had, she'd have yanked me back home and had me going to the local community college). Lots of fun, but my neck can't stand that kind of abuse anymore. I wouldn't be able to hold my head up straight for a week at this point if I tried.

Main Course
What is your favorite font?

For business-type things, Georgia or Times New Roman. For fun, Ravie. I should get out and see what fonts are out there other than the ones that came with my computer.

Dessert
If you were to write a do-it-yourself article, what would it be about?

That assumes that there's any kind of do-it-yourself thing I can do! If you think of do-it-yourself in the usual sense, i.e., home improvement and repairs, forget it. I'm pretty hopeless without specific directions, and even then, there aren't many projects I'd feel comfortable tackling myself. I'm always afraid I'll make a somewhat minor and inexpensive problem into a major and expensive one, so I opt to call professionals. I have installed dimmer switches by myself, though. Maybe I could write a DIY article on that.

24 comments:

PatentPrincess said...

Thanks for visiting my feast! I am glad that you stopped by :) To answer your question about the fonts, one of my favorite sites is
http://www.momscorner4kids.com/fonts/
The fonts are pretty high quality and there is a nice selection.

I love your soup - why didn't I think of that one?! I've been very into chocolate lately (pregnancy cravings and all) although Lindt is my chocolate of choice.

Happy Friday!
Christina
www.patentprincess.com

Lisa said...

Thanks, Christina! I'll have to check that site out. I'd love to find some cool fonts for digital scrapbooking (which I plan to do in all my free time, ha ha!).

Mmm, Lindt. I love the really dark chocolate they have - what is it, 85% cocoa? Drool.

amy said...

I had a hard time coming up with a dessert..Great answers this week andI hope you have a great weekend

Melli said...

Isn't it great how certain songs can just totally transport you back in time? I love that! Godiva would be a good little something! I DO like that! Yummy feast!

Taya said...

ummmm...chocolate. Great Feast!

Nadiah Alwi said...

chocolate....

yum yum yum...

:D

Susanna said...

I really ought to check out other fonts too. It ishard to do much on the computer with an almost 2 year old monkey around though!

Chris said...

Why did you have to mention chocolate? (drool..)

Nice list!

Gattina said...

I prefer to let others do, that's what I suggest !

Hootin'Anni said...

ANY kind of chocolate!!!!! Yummy. Great choice. Why didn't I think of that.

Mine's served. Come and get it while it's hot off the grill!! Happy Friday to you!

Judy said...

Chocolate is a wonderful small thing (that's one reason I picked it as well!)

Happy Friday.

Heart of Rachel said...

What a coincidence, I was talking to my mom a few days ago and she said she's sending me some Godiva chocolates. Love them too. Can't wait ... :)

Hope you can share my feast too. Take care!

Ma said...

Great feast! I totally agree with your appetizer, the celebreties don't impress me at all.

Thanks for stopping by.

tiggerprr said...

Mmmmmm Godiva!

Paperback Writer said...

I forgot about Godiva chocolates...hmmm....

Skittles said...

I used to be able to do a pretty good shimmy dance to Hawaii Five-O back in my younger skinnier days! Great Feast!

Sanni said...

Oh, I ate myself full. Thanks for serving this *yummy* feast!
San

P.S.: It is served a little late, but please nibble my feast - Thanks a lot =)

Celfyddydau said...

That's a great feast. I don't tend to know much about celebs either, which does make me wonder "if they are household names and celebs then how come I've never heard of them"

Jenny Ryan said...

Mmm...chocolate :)

Jenny (www.jennyryan.com)

Sarantium said...

Great feast!

❉ pixie ❉ said...

Great "little things" answer.

Local Girl said...

I remember Hawaii 5-O when I attended football games. They still play it today!

An Island Life

Sunflower said...

I don't care celebrity things too:-)


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Janie Hickok Siess, Esq. said...

Wow! Every time I hear the Hawaii 5-0 theme, I think of our pep band playing it at football games! :-)