- What was your first job like?
- It's a typical Sunday, how are you spending it?
- What was the happiest day of your life?
- What was the best decision you ever made?
- Tell your go-to "pretend" game as a child (who was your alter-ego?)
- What email service do you use?
- What fandoms would you consider yourself a part of?
- Do you use anything on your lips? (e.g. Chapstick, gloss, balm, lipstick)
- How many devices do you own which can access the internet?
- Last strong smell you can remember smelling?
- If you had to move your birthday to another date, which one would you choose and why?
- Inspiration behind your blog title?
- If you could spend a rainy day with anyone in the world, who would you choose and why?
- Is there a foreign culture that you love?
- Do you have a favorite soft drink?
My first income was from babysitting. It was ... babysitting. My first job outside of that was at the library. It was a steep learning curve. I liked shelving, hated shelf-reading, and found the weirdo patrons completely unmanageable. My first full-time job was an even steeper learning curve seeing as how I worked for a clinical nutjob.
Now that football is over, it's NASCAR season so we're watching a race and I'm meming and dozing, and running a load of hand-wash in the machine.
There've been a few really good days: Sparky's high school graduation, my wedding day, the day I marched in the Tournament of Roses parade, my college graduation....
Having a kid.
I didn't have just one. People usually have only one? I had a much bigger imagination than that: I was everything from a cowboy to an Indian princess to an astronaut to an alien.
Gmail. And Zimbra. I'm not a fan of Zimbra, but that's what we use at work, because my previous boss thought Outlook was too expensive when "Zimbra does everything Outlook does." Except...it does NOT.
I was a GIANT Star Trek: The Next Generation nerd in the early 90s. I don't think I'm much of a fangirl anymore though. I'm much more of a wide knowledge person than a deep knowledge person.
Chapstick or other balms, including Burt's Bees products. VERY occasionally I'll throw on some gloss.
At home, I use three. Beast has two smart phones (one personal, one for work), two laptops (one personal one for work), and his tablet.
I have some lotion on that was in the bathroom at church. It's got ginger in it, and it's really strong. And nice, underneath all the overwhelmingness.
I would totally move it to summer. November birthdays pretty much suck.
My first blog was originally named after that Eurhythmics' song. Then I started this one, so it seemed like an obvious choice to name a memes blog with a similar title.
I'd like to spend it with the four members of my family I can't actually apend time with anymore. Just hanging out in the living room talking and bickering would be a blast.
Not wholly. I like parts of British culture, and Scottish culture, parts of Italian and Greek, and some Russian cultures. But overall, I'm a cherry-picker: if I like it, I appropriate as much of it as I can, or wish I could.
Diet Dr. Pepper, of course.