Haven’t done a Saturday 9 in awhile…
1) Do you believe there's only one person (and there ain't no other) for you? Or do you think we can truly love several partners over the course of our lives? Maybe someday the former, but for now the latter is my frame of reference.
2) Do you have any Christina Aguilera song on your iPod/mp3 player? No, I don’t listen to her music.
3) What do you deserve an award for? And who would you thank in your acceptance speech? Oh sheesh, I don’t know…
4) Do you have a fragrance or scent you regularly wear? Clinique’s Happy or Jessica McClintock are two that I wear. They are mild and don’t screw around with my allergies. I was out shopping with a friend this summer who was looking for a new perfume. Many were so strong I thought my head was going to explode.
5) Do you have any allergies? Nothing life threatening, well except I can’t eat seafood, but yes – walnuts, cottonwood (and most springtime blooms that blow off and fly around in the air causing hay fever), Siamese cats, and alcohol I think.
6) There's an older lady who proclaims during a TV commercial, "I will give up beer, bread, wine or soda but I won't give up Life Alert!" No, we're not going to debate her diet. Instead the question is: What are some of the staples that are always on your grocery list? Chicken breasts, pretzels, fruit, broccoli, squash, bread, soda, peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and tomatoes are staples at my house.
7) What's your favorite sitcom of all time? Probably Seinfeld (not the last 2 years of the series though) and I Love Lucy. More recently I’ve enjoyed watching Modern Family, The Middle, and New Girl too.
8) When it comes to your socks, do you prefer solids, stripes or prints? Mostly white no-shows for my sneakers, but I do have a few cute pairs of funky socks with stripes and prints. Most of my shoes though aren’t meant for socks.
9) At what age do you consider a person "middle aged?" And when do they transition to "old?" I once heard a comedian say that 45 or 50 could only be middle age if we lived to be 90 or 100. As old as the number of my age seems to me, I don’t feel old and that’s probably what matters most. Well, some days I feel older than my age, but most of the time way younger.