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How do you like to spend a rainy day?
I enjoy the sound of rain, so I like to do quiet things like read and work puzzles while it rains. Crossword puzzles are a frequent go-to when I’m alone. Last week, I bought a new jigsaw puzzle to work with Sassy during the rains, but it hasn’t actually been raining like they said it would…Maybe tomorrow.
List at least five favorite treats.
I was once pitted between two mothers arguing over whether whole fruit popsicles are treats. For the record, I don’t think they are, which leads me to believe the word treat is relative.
I’ll go with things I like to eat so much I have trouble STOPPING: Bing cherries, fig newtons, pistachios, pecan Poppycock, orange slice candies, and Tootsie Rolls.
Where’s your favorite place to take out-of-town guests?
Depends on the person and the time of year, yeah? The canal, the art museum, the zoo, the conservatory, local restaurants — just depends on what they might enjoy. I suppose the most iconic thing to show them is the circle.
You are trapped in an elevator, who would you want to be trapped with?
I would not like to be trapped in an elevator. As I have mentioned several times, my dorm elevator was wonky, and I have been stuck before.
A few months ago, a pile of us entered a parking garage elevator that did not go. If only for a few minutes, it was much pushing and panic before the doors reopened. It was not nice, and I’ve noticed since then we have not taken any elevators in parking garages.
Optional Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
It was a spectacular week! We were and are in the midst of time off work. Neither of us could be away long enough to travel far, but I’m grateful for these uninterrupted and spontaneous days spent with my family.
I think that covers what I’m looking forward to as well — more of the same! Havin fun, makin memories, doin all the smiles.
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What’s going on in your world?