YEAH, T.G.I.F.!!!! I love Fridays and one thing I have now come to love about it is Five Question Friday, a blog meme where 5 questions are posed to those participating and we all answer them as a blog entry. If you have a blog and wish to take part just click the button:
1. Do you collect anything?
No, not really. As a child I used to collect matchbooks but long ago stopped and don’t even know if any of those are around any longer. I love lighthouses, and have 3 very cool miniatures but really do not collect them.
2. Name 3 celebrities that you find good looking.
- Well for starters country singer, Trace Adkins. I think he is SO incredibly sexy. Totally love the bad-boy rebel thing he has going on.
- Kiefer Sutherland, I will miss ’24’ because he just made the show, he is also very sexy and totally hot in my opinion.
- Political affiliations aside, and not sure she counts as a celebrity, but I think 1st lady Michelle Obama is strikingly attractive both in looks and personality.
3. Do you have any scars? If so, what’s the story behind it (them?)?
Yes, I have a tummy tuck scar and scars from breast implants. Having kids totally wrecked me, in my opinion, and no amount of crunches in the world puts sagging skin back once it has been stretched out that badly. All the the work in the world won’t perk up breasts either, once they have stretched so I went and had some nip and tuck done and I love the way I look now.
4. What is a food that you like to eat, but others might think it’s gross or weird?
Liver and onions! I love liver and onions and that grosses many out. I love chicken hearts too. However that being said I cannot bring my self to eat liver anymore after realizing the liver’s function in the body, just cannot get past that any longer.
5. Have you ever seen a tornado in real life?
YES! In April of 1974 I got to watch a tornado form, touch down and begin to take out areas of the west side of Cincinnati (it actually formed in northern Kentucky). My dad took incredible photos and we watched it for several minutes before my mom ushered us all into the basement. That and seeing the aftermath likely contribute a good deal to my intense fear of storms.