1. S is for SEW: What is the extent of your sewing talent?
I can sew. I don't really have the patience for it, but I have made wearable clothes and (a lot of) curtains over the years. Right now, I really ought to be sewing the two twin sheets I bought today together to make a king for our bed. This is the downside of having a Sleep Number bed like the one we have. About the only downside, honestly.2. S is for SHOPPING: Which store do you dread visiting the most?
I no longer enjoy clothes shopping much. Never have enjoyed appliance shopping much, especially for things like water softeners or furnaces. Frankly, I just don't like to shop. And yet...I spent $400 inside stores today, and another $150 online, and I need to go get clothes tomorrow so my new boss doesn't think I'm a total slob on his first day.3. S is for SONG: What’s the last song that got stuck in your head?
My favorite store? Anything to do with shoes.
Now, this is just mean! It's going to get stuck in my head again! It's kinda been a toss-up this week between the theme from the (old) Hawaii Five-O and "All I Want for Christmas..."4. S is for SPEED: As a general rule, how close (in miles per hour) do you stay to a posted speed limit?
I try to stay right on it or no more than about 3 or 4 mph above it. There are lots of municipalities around here whose main income is traffic tickets.5. S is for STRIP: Would you be more or less likely to attend a party if you knew strippers would be present?
Less. Ugh. I've been present exactly once in the same room as a stripper. It was creepy.6. S is for SUGAR: When you want to sweeten something, are you more likely to use real sugar, the pink packet, the blue packet or the green packet?
I use sugar. But not in drinks like tea. So this is really a meaningless question for me.