Jul 25, 2008

Friday's Feast...First Edition!


Okay, for those of you more seasoned bloggers who are all "on the ball" around here, I know that these questions actually come from an older-than-this-week Friday's Feast. BUT, I couldn't find the current questions, so I am getting started with these, okay? Okay. Thank you for understanding and showing some grace to your newbie friend.



Appetizer
When was the last time you had your hair cut/trimmed?

Seriously, I only get me haircut twice a year. I know, I know. But I pay out the nose for it because I LOVE what they do to it at Toni & Guy, and it's the two times a year I can go to the mall without my kiddos. The great disappointment here is that I missed my Spring cut. Fall is not that far away. You should see my hair right now. Blehh.



Soup
Name one thing you miss about being a child.

More time for artsy things.



Salad
Pick one: butter, margarine, olive oil.

Olive oil, although I cook with more butter than anybody I've ever known. Margarine never, ever takes its residency in my kitchen.



Main Course
If you could learn another language, which one would you pick, and why?

Italian, because I think it to be one of the most beautiful of the Romantic languages...and it's a small part of my heritage. My grandmother's family came from Sicily. You wouldn't guess that by looking at me, though. But the Italian language: Bellisimo!



Dessert
Finish this sentence: In 5 years I expect to be…alive.

Even of that I can't be sure. I do know this: if I am alive, then my youngest son will be almost 9 and I will be in a type of world of which I cannot conceive at this moment. I just can't imagine! I just got through a SOLID 10-year stretch of constantly changing diapers, one kid after another! Wow. I will have a 16, 13, and 9 year old. Wow. Can I say it one more time?

Wow.


3 comments:

Chel said...

Oh my sister my sister, don't go there with the 5 year thing, my oldest will be in college, Lord willing, and my son could be touring with golf by then. Who knows...not to mention WOVEN, or should I say WHOAven???? lol
I love you and I blame you for this new addictive habit. arg. j/k ilyvm!!
~Chel

Kelsey said...

What a fun feast!

DidiLyn said...

Hi Chel,
what a good way to get to know you; through a meme!
I would pick Italian as a language, too. And margerine will never be in my fridge either!
I hope you decide to join us in the Believing God study. Boy, it is alot of work! But good stuff, so far.
Thanks for visiting. :-)
Diane