High-Heeled Life came up with 8 questions for her recipients to answer. Then we are to come up with 8 questions and tag 8 people to answer them. After you post the post, make sure to let them know that you tagged them! You should definitely read Falling Off a High-Heeled Life. I just found her a couple of weeks ago and she is so inspiring. She was in a terrible accident that almost took her life, but since that day she has striven to make her new world brighter.
Here are her questions for me:
1. What three words would your friends outside the blogging world use to describe you?
2. What 5 people dead or alive would you like to invite to dinner and why?
My deceased grandparents (my fathers’ parents), my two daughters and my father. I would love to see the connection between my grandparents and my girls! I would to have my dad there too because I know that he would love to be there to watch them interact. Plus, I miss my grandparents at time, especially my grandmother (Mimi) since she’s been gone longer – and especially when my daughter, W, plays the piano and sings. I’d love to see them together, although I do know that she watches W from heaven, and sings along with her. 🙂
3. Who wrote the last book you read and what was the title?
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson (I’m actually still reading it!)
4. If a movie was made about your life ~ what would the title be?
Wow, that’s a tough one. Hmmm….With Six You Get Eggroll (grammar is correct here). Does anyone remember this movie with Doris Day and the dad from the old Parent Trap? I watched it a million times when I was younger, and it was even old back then – but I loved it, with all the kids, being from a big, crazy family (six girls), I could relate! Plus, I just love the dad from the movie so much. I’m glad the hubs doesn’t read this, but he knows I’d love to have a big family too, if we’re lucky enough – but maybe not THAT big. 🙂 Haha. At least I didn’t say, Cheaper By the Dozen. 🙂
5. What is your favourite hobby?
Caring for my girls (okay, super cheesy), so maybe I should say tennis. I’d love to play more than I do, but at least I’m on a league now….and we won on Wednesday night!
6. Are you a coffee or tea drinker?
7. If you had to choose wine or champagne? and why?
Champagne is more for celebrations.
8. How do you order in a restaurant ~ look at the dessert then order main, or just order main and don’t worry about having room for dessert?
I never look at the dessert – the hubs hates desserts, and that’s actually fine with me. I’m usually too full for dessert anyway.
So here are the 8 questions I’m tagging you with, a FAVORITES theme:
4. TV Show?
At least I brought my computer this time!
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