Thursday, February 01, 2007

Friday's Feast #5

Feast One Hundred & Twenty Nine
What was one of the fashion fads when you were a teenager?

Legwarmers. And pegged pants. And the preppy look - pink and green. Ah, the 80s.

Name one thing you think people assume about you when they first meet you.

I think people probably assume I'm pretty quiet and shy. That may be the case at first, but once I get to know you, look out - anything is fair game.

On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being highest, how hard do you work?

At what? My actual job? Most days, it feels like an 11 or 12, but it's like running on a treadmill - you go and go, but never actually *get* anywhere. No real progress is made, because three things always pop up to replace the one you just got off your desk. Some days, though, regardless of the giant piles of crap and my ever-increasing to-do list, I'm just not in the mood. Those days, the effort level probably hovers somewhere around a 3.

Main Course
If you were given a free 30-second commercial during the Super Bowl to sell anything you currently own, what would you advertise?

Anything I currently own. Hmm. My house, so I can buy one that's a bit smaller (and has a smaller house payment to go along with it).

Fill in the blank: I love to ________ when it is _________.

I love to curl up with a good book and read when it is gray and rainy outside.


amy said...

Wonderful feast. I love the idea of curling up and reading a book but my mind wont slow down to do it

Ma said...

Very good feast! I watched the snow out my window here in McKinney. The little boy I babysit was all excited.

I'm served, come and dine.

Raggedy said...

Great Friday Feast!
I loved your dessert.
Have a wonderful day!
(")_ (")Š

Janie Hickok Siess, Esq. said...

EVERYONE is talking about curling up with a book or cup of chocolate or good movie on a gray day. It must be the time of year!

Gattina said...

In the 80th I wasn't a teenager anymore, but also wore these things !

Anonymous said...

Your dessert is very popular I think. Sounds wonderful to me.

Take care,
My feast is up.

Karen said...

Ooooh, GREAT analogy on the treadmill thing! How true! How true!

Melli said...

LOL! I remember my daughter in leg warmers! It's kind of gray out TODAY... I'm thinking about my book too!

Sassy Sistah said...

Hey, Lisa! I liked your Friday Feast too!

I do hope work gets better - or you find a job you like better - something. It's miserable to dread going to work every day. And miserable to hate most every second you're there. Positive thoughts coming your way, girl!