Sunday Stealing: The Mud Meme

Sunday Stealing: The Mud Meme

Some of the questions sound familiar. In those cases, if there is no more current answer I’ll just copy the answer from two weeks ago.

1. What are your current obsessions?
Reading and blogging

2. Which item from your wardrobe do you wear most often?
Boyfriend Jeans and a “How hard can it be?” peace t-shirt

3. What’s for dinner?
My dinner attitude hasn’t changed: No clue. I only start planning dinner about 30 minutes before dinner time. The result is usually chips.

4. Last thing you bought?
Groceries

5. What are you listening to?
Right now: My husband wittering on about how many pubs they crawled last night.

6. If you were a god/goddess who would you be?
Freya, because I like her name and she listens to love songs all the time. I can think of worse ways to spend my days.

7. Favorite holiday spots?

I take it this means holidays as in vacation.

Limone 
Picture by Fry2K at Stock exchange
Lake Garda, one of the loveliest spots ever

Croxteth Hall

England

El Capitan

Picture by kris_b at Stock exchange
US

8. Reading right now?
One of the books I’m reading is “A perfect Mess” by Eric Abrahamson and David Freedman. “A groundbreaking book that sheds new light on ideas of order–and shows how chaos, disorder and mess make our world a better place!”

9. 4 words to describe yourself.
Better ask somebody else!

10. Guilty pleasure?
I’ve overcome my guilt trip about blogging, that leaves me with none.

11. Who or what makes you laugh until you’re weak?
Nobody in particular. Mostly situations where people make fun of each other with snappy retorts, witty remarks etc. No slapstick, no telling jokes, no mimes and clowns, please.

12. Planning to travel to next?
None, too broke for that.

13. Best thing you ate or drank lately?
Anything that hit the spot.

14. When did you last get tipsy?
Not recently. I can’t remember.

15. Care to share some wisdom?
All my wisdom is recycled, so that would be cheating.

16. Nicest thing anyone’s ever said to you?
”I wouldn’t have thought that about you.” I love being unpredictable.

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  1. Great answers (I noticed some of the questions were familiar too). That book sounds good (chaos, disorder and mess being some of my strong points), and you’re right about clowns and mimes not being funny. Especially liked your answer to the four word question, and nice to see I wasn’t the only one who chose a Norse God with a day of the week named after them.

    Mark (aka aneerietapestry)’s latest blog post..Sunday Stealing: The Mud Meme

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  2. I think Freya’s great. I live in a neighborhood where several streets are named after Norse gods. Freya is our nearest cross street.

    I like your favorite vacation spots. Very lovely.

    I give hugs to anyone who feels Snape got a raw deal in the books. 😉 Thanks for visiting.

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  3. Wow….looks like one picture perfect place to travel for favorite holiday spots!!! Beautiful photos.

    My Stolen Meme is posted. Come join me? Have a great day.

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  4. Thanks everybody for stopping by.
    I can’t take credit for all the photos, only the one from England is mine. The rest I got from Stock Exchange, because all my older vacation photos are hidden away on DVDs. I took the teachings of the book mentioned at #8 to heart and can’t find them.
    Jane: Snape is totally underrated, he was the most fascinating character in the books.
    Mark: Clowns and mimes are so not funny. In fact I find them creepy. I’m totally with Woody Allen in “Scenes from a Mall” when he tells the bloody mime who’s following him around all day to piss off.

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