Sunday, June 6


Grannymar; who has answered her own interesting set of questions (and gave very good answers) on her blog, has challenged me to answer another set of questions:

1: Do you like to be challenged? If you mean challenging me to be better at what I am doing? Yes. If you are challenging me in trying to prove me wrong? NO!

2: What is your favorite time of day? In summer, it is early morning on my deck, when I am likely to see deer in the back yard, and I can revel in the warm air. In winter, it is mid afternoon, when it is the warmest time of the day. I don't like being cold.

3: Are you punctual? Always. I hate, hate, hate to be late for anything. My mom taught me that it is highly inconsiderate of others to be late. If I see I'm going to be late, I try to phone the person.

4: The world is your oyster - where would you like to visit? I'd love to go back to Rome (and stay more than three days), and I'd love to visit the pyramids in Egypt, and take a cruise down the Nile.

5: Favorite taste? Oh, there are SO many. Strawberries, mashed potatoes, lobster, eggs, asparagus.....etc.

6: Who would you like to meet from past history? One of the Pharoahs! I have been an Egyptophile from early childhood .

7: What mark would you like to leave on the world? I would like people to say of me that I was kind, good and considerate of others, and that I was a good mother.

I will not challenge anyone else to do this, but if any of you want to - be my guest - and let me know, so I can read yours.


Grannymar said...

Nice answers! Thank you Judy for taking part.

I did mean challenging you to try something new or doing things in a better way, but certainly not by way of criticism.

Tabor said...

And I thought after all these years of reading your blog that I knew you...;-)

Granny Annie said...

I love it that you thought you needed to tell us that you don't like people to challenge you trying to prove you wrong. LOL

The most thought provoking question to me was about what mark to leave on the world. I hope my grandchildren and great-grandchildren will pass on the legacy of the life and adventures of their Granny Annie.

Tabor said...

It was the whole Egypt thing, Judy. I guess I missed that part of your interests. I have been to Egypt...perhaps I should post something around that!

Arkansas Patti said...

Good answers Judy.

Have to agree with mornings. Love seeing the world being born each day.
Sorry I haven't been around. Am setting up a new computer which has caused my everyday language to become unladylike. Didn't want to shock you.
Adored the poem from your last post.

LL Cool Joe said...

Love the list and I may well have a go myself! Nice set of questions! And answers of course!

Kay Dennison said...

I like your answers. Memes intimidate me since the one XtremeEnglish sent a couple years ago forced me into a soul-baring confession. Yikes!

Joy Des Jardins said...

Some very interesting answers Judy...nice to see your thoughts on these.

Pat said...

That's a nice one. I may have a go later in the week if poss.