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1. Have you ever had to confess something to a lover or friend?
Sure have, but as long as you're not asking me what it was, I'm not gonna tell ya!
2. How well do you handle rejection?
Not very well, actually. It impacts my self-esteem and I fret forever about it.
3. What makes you feel old?
When our oldest was a baby, almost 9 years ago, our young babysitter was going to see the re-released E.T. in the movie theater for the FIRST time; she wasn't alive when it originally came out. Stuff like that. Also, a little boy I babysat while I was in high school, who was a baby then, is now graduating from that same high school.
4. What makes you feel young?
Everything else. I could swear to you that I'm still in college, or at least college-aged! Sometimes I can't believe I'm married with kids - let alone have my driver's license.
5. What’s something you are old school about?
Hmm... Not a lot. I like to think of myself as kind of progressive. Oh! But we get our milk delivered in glass bottles now, right to our porch. Does that count?
6. What TV show's seasons would you buy on DVD? Tell us why it rocks.
I wouldn't buy a TV show on DVD, ever. That's so not forward-looking. I like to know what's coming next, not watch the same thing over and over again from the past. I'm not a big fan of re-runs at all, unless I missed them the first time.
7. If you could create your own TV channel, what would it be?
All crafts, all the time! Especially stuff with yarn and paper. Throw in stuff about eating organic - and, more importantly cooking organic - and I might sign up for cable TV again!
8. Where do you like to go for a day trip?
Somewhere new, that I've never been before. If all else fails, though, take me to the water. Ocean, lake, it doesn't really matter. I just want to get wet!
9. Name some things that you still want to do in your life.
Water-ski. I'm dying to try it. Sing in public again. Haven't been able to do that since 5th grade. Visit Asia, Australia, Africa, South America... Learn to spin yarn. Get a dSLR and take some amazing pictures of my kids. Raise those kids up into truly happy people who get a kick out of doing good works.