May 142017
 

Sunday Stealing

1. What is your occupation right now? How long have you been there?
I’ve worked at a health and rehab center in the dietary department for almost a year

2. Favorite rock band. Ever.
Oh so many…ZZ Top, CCR, Lynyrd Skynyrd etc. But my all time favorite is Bob Seger

3. What are you listening to right now?
The fridge humming

4. Last person you spoke to on the phone. What was it about?
My daughter Kilah. We were talking about what to do for Mothers Day

5. How old are you today? Or make up a question. This one bites.
I’ll make up a question…how old do I wish I was? I wish I was 29 again

6. What is your favorite sport to watch on TV?
I really don’t watch sports on TV, but do love the Olympics, winter and summer

7. What is your favorite drink?
After water, Code Red or Baja Blast

8. Have you ever dyed your hair?
Yes, a few times

9. Favorite food?
Chinese

10. What is the last movie you watched?
Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 (I loved it, and loved Baby Groot!)

11. Favorite day of the year?
Christmas

12. How do you vent anger?
I’m pretty laid back so I rarely get angry. But when I do I exercise, watch tv or read.

13. What was your favorite toy as a child?
I didn’t really have a favorite toy, but I did love my purple bike.

14. Living arrangements? (Of course your pets count. Geez!)
I live with my son Anthony, a dog and two cats

15. What was the last thing that you cried about?
A video of a dog someone had starved almost to death until someone rescued him

16. Who is the friend you have had the longest?
I met my friend Donna in 1973 but we didn’t become “friends” until 1978, she’s more like a sister to me

17. What did you do last night?
Went to a Thai/Sushi restaurant with my two sons, daughter in law, and daughter in laws mom. I loved spending time with them and the food was really good

18. What are you most afraid of?
Being locked in a room with no windows/door

19. In how many areas of your country have you lived? What’s your favorite?
I’ve lived in Ohio, Florida, and California. I love them all but California was awesome

20. What is your favorite flower?
Purple Lilacs

  12 Responses to “Sunday Stealing: The Getting to Know You Questions”

  1. What a fun questionnaire! I like getting to know other bloggers…I live in California, and have always lived here, but in different parts of the state.

    I often wish I lived in Oregon or Washington…or even Canada, lately.

    I like your answer about the fridge humming. Sometimes appliances can be really noticeable.

    Enjoy your week!

  2. I’m glad to finally know what you do at work because it sounds like you enjoy it.

    I’ve moved quite a bit and have liked everywhere. I guess I’d say wherever I’m living is my favorite.

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  3. It was fun to read this and get to know you better. I love Thai and Sushi too, but not so much Chinese. It seems like all the 3 states you lived in are very different from each other.

    Have a great week!

  4. You and I could go to concerts together. All your favorite groups are among the top slots on my list!

    29 again would be great…as long as I don’t have to do 30 again. That was the hardest birthday of all for me for some reason.

    Enjoyed your answers and learning more about you. Have a great week!

  5. Vicki, this was fun to read! I adore Thai and Japanese food (my Instagram feed will attest to that). I hope you had an extra special Mother’s Day!

    • I forgot to ask for Mothers Day off so I had to work 🙁 But I went out to dinner with my two sons, daughter in law and her mom on Sat. night, and out to lunch with my daughter on Tuesday.

  6. That’s a pretty wide roaming questionnaire. I like the classic rock bands you mention. Bob Seger had some great songs! (Night Moves being my favorite of his.) I am also very claustrophobic and being trapped in an elevator would be one of my worst fears, I would panic and stop breathing! I grew up in Calif. but no longer live there. It’s a great place. Enjoy your week.

    • I used to be terrified to get on an elevator and would use the stairs, no matter how many floors I had to go instead. But when I went to New York in Nov. 2015, our room was on the 27th (floor) and I had my two sons, two grandkids, and daughter in law with me so I went with them. The elevator went so fast that it only took a few seconds. Now I’m still a bit nervous, but if there is someone riding with me, I’ll get on. If I’m alone, no way am I getting on.

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