September 13, 2010

Questions and Answers.

Randi of i have to say, is being nosy today.  She asked her readers, of which there are hundreds, if not thousands to answer these questions in a comment on her blog.  I decided to answer them here, and invite you to do the same.

What is one goal you’d like to accomplish during your lifetime?
I've always wanted to travel the world.  I still have time, but right now it doesn't look like I'm going to make it.

If you could visit any place in the world, where would you choose to go?
Paris, Greece, London.  I can't choose just one.

What are your favorite hobbies?
Reading, Quilting, Photography.  Is anyone surprised?

Tell us about a unique or quirky habit of yours.
I only make our bed when I change the sheets.  I think I'll do a post on that.

If you won a million dollars, what would you do with it?
If I won a millions dollars, or more, the first think I'd do is pay off all the debts in our family.  Meaning Bob's and mine, Sharon's and Carrie and Ole's.  Then maybe I'd do some of that traveling I dream about.

What is one crazy thing that you would just love to do?
Ride a Harley, again.

What was your favorite TV show when you were growing up?
Father Knows Best and The Lucy Show.

Name the most famous person you've had a face to face encounter with.
Micky Mantle and Muhammad Ali


  1. What a fun post Jan. Give one pause for thought. My bucket list hey? I always wanted to go to Oprah's show. Better work on that right away. I want to visit Australia and New Zealand. Quirky habits? Maybe that I love raw tomatoes and don't like speghetti gravy at all. Favorite TV show growing up? I used to like Leave it to Beaver and The Dick Clark Show. Famous people? I shook hands with Robert Kennedy a couple of days before he died. I also shook hands wth President Ford.

  2. I want to go to the same place and I would probably do the exact same thing if I won the lottery - debt erase & travel. :o)

  3. If you travel, go to Paris or Greece. As cool as London might sound, Paris just had so much more light. London is so impersonal. Though I did enjoy the remade Globe. If you go to England at all, go to Bath (my favorite), or Bristol... oh Glastonbury was very cool. But in my opinion. Ireland was very very cool. Paris was a lot of fun though too. So much to visit and experience. I was there for two weeks and could have stayed longer. Then go to Versailles. Only a short trip away and the Palace is Beautiful!!!

    You should definitely Travel. It brightens up my life. You and Bob would have a great time!

  4. lucy is one of my faves. her and ethel are the perfect team!

  5. Hi Jan,
    You have been nominated for the Sunshine Award. Visit my blog for the details.


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