1. National Read a Road Map Day falls on April 5th. Would people say you have a good sense of direction? Do you rely on a GPS when you drive somewhere new? When was the last time you used a map?
I have a horrible sense of direction. GPS units were seriously made for people like me. My husband can find anything just by North, South, East, or West. Me? I always want to know what it is by. If you can’t tell me what it is by, then I most likely will not find it.
2. What’s your favorite cookbook?
I adore cookbooks and am a self-proclaimed cookbook junkie. I collect them and love to read them for fun. I am serious…to choose one over another would be not fair to the other cookbooks that reside on my shelves.
3. What painting would you like to ‘walk into’ and experience? Why?
Actually, I would love to walk into a painting that my mother did years and years ago. I just absolutely love it. Someday, maybe I will take a picture of it and share it.
4. What annoys you more-misspellings or mispronunciations?
I honestly hate both. But if I have to choose, then misspellings would win.
5. What is something your mother or father considered important?
To do your best at everything you do. My dad always said he didn’t care what we grew up to do, but as long as we did our best, he would be proud of us.
6. Do you like or dislike schedules?
I have a love-hate relationship with schedules. I love how they help me stay on track. But I hate feeling confined by one. I like to be spontaneous too.
7. Let’s have some fun with National Poetry Month (that would be April)…write your own ending to this poem-“Roses are red, Violets are blue….”
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
I love working with Heidi
and the TOS Crew!
8. Insert your own random thought here.
I hate wasps. Now that things are warming up, they will be back to torment me soon. I am allergic to them and I just seriously hate them. They freak me out. In my perfect world, there would be no wasps, spiders, or mice. Just saying…
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