Friday, May 18, 2007

Fridays Feast for May 18

A double feast this week since I missed last weeks feast:

Appetizer: List 3 emotions you experienced this week. Happiness of seeing the Red Sox play in Fenway, relief of seeing home after a long car drive, and anger at the bug man at my job taking his sweet time grooming his hair and talking on the phone making me late for a meeting yesterday.
Soup Name a car you’d love to have. I have two: A mustang, and a 1961 Cadillac convertible cherry red.
Salad Describe your typical morning routine. I get up with the alarm, I use the restroom, then I either go back to sleep on the couch for a while then check my email and websites or check the email and websites then get ready for work.
Main Course Have you ever emailed someone famous? Not that I can remember.If so, who, and what did you say to them? Did they reply?
Dessert Do you listen to pod casts? If so, which ones? Yes, when I have time, I listen to the TV Guide weekly podcast and Jimmy Moore's Low Carb Podcast.

Extra Helping of last weeks feast.

Appetizer Tell about a time when you had to be brave. About three years ago, I lost three relatives in the span of two weeks. There were times in front of other relatives and then times when I got back to work that I had to be brave and I really didn't feel brave. I had to just go ahead and do the things that needed to be done.
Soup Which upcoming movie are you excited about seeing? Pirates of the Caribbean: At worlds end.
Salad Name an item you try to always have on hand. I can think of several. At home, coffee. When I am out and about I always try to have a pen, something to write on like my notebook, a journal in case I get inspired to write, and a book in case I am somewhere and get bored.
Main Course Imagine the most relaxing room you can think of. Now describe it! The room is cool. It has just the right amount of lighting for me. It has a big overstuffed Laz E Boy chair in it for me to read in. Even better, this room is soundproof.
Dessert On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being highest), how spiritual or religious are you? I would say a 7. I used to say I was more spiritual than religious, and in some ways I still feel that way. It no longer bothers me when someone says that a person is religious instead of spiritual. I have learned that life is too short to worry about those things and people are usually not trying to put a person down when they say that. They are using the words interchangeably.

As always, comments are appreciated. Don't forget to look around the blog and see if there is something you like.


Melody said...

Hi Joey! Great feast. I too missed last week's feast... :D

Have a great weekend.

annie said...

I enjoyed your feast!
My Life as Annie!

tegdirb92 said...

great answers--thanks for the double helping ;)

Kellie said...

What a great feast!
Happy Weekend!!

Kara said...

Good feasts :) Thanks for stopping by.

Anonymous said...

I liked your feasts! I could totally fall asleep in that sound proof reading room.


Carolyn said...

Wonderful feast. My brother-in-law is looking for that "perfect" mint condition "something something" mustang. I can't remember the year. 61 maybe?

I also liked your answer about always having a notebook with you. Me too. Several actually. There is my dayplanner that keeps me where I'm supposed to, and then I also carry a paper journal in my purse for .... thoughts, ideas, just stuff in general.

MichelleD said...

Thanks for stopping by my site! I really enjoyed reading your answers.
Nice to "meet" you.
Twinkling for Jesus,

Mitchypoo said...

Great feast and there was enough to go back for leftovers! Thanks for visiting my feast!

chateau said...

Re: appetizer on the extra helping - I hope you are fine. It's difficult times but i hope you recover soon.
Hope you're having a great weekend!
Thanks for the visit.

Lady of Musotopia said...

Thanks for dropping by my feast and sharing yours!
Have a great weekend :)