Today Lisa and Rabia are having us answer random questions for Tuesday Ten! These are from a list of 100 random questions. I chose 10 numbers first, and then went to the random questions webpage to see which questions to answer.
2. Stretch your left arm out as far as you can, What can you touch?
I’m sitting at my kitchen table, so I can stretch my arm and touch the counter.
8. When did you last step outside? What were you doing?
I stepped outside yesterday to take my kitchen compost out to the new compost container my husband made for me!
16. What is the last film you saw?
I watched “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” when my husband was at a guys’ night out. He had no desire to see it, and I’ve been dying to watch it! It follows the book very closely, so I enjoyed it. An added plus was that my husband was gone so he couldn’t criticize my movie!
27. Type of music you like most?
This question is really hard because I do like a wide variety of music. So I asked myself another question; if I could only listen to one kind of music for the rest of my life, what would it be? Definitely classical music!
45. What did you do for your last birthday?
This question is so good–I picked the number 45 because that is how old I am! My last birthday was on a Sunday. I played handbells at church, had a nice brunch, and then my husband and I left the kids with my in-laws while we went out to buy a new TV! We were still watching an old tube TV that we thought we would replace when it quit on us, but it wasn’t quitting! So I decided that we should buy a flat screen TV for my birthday.
49. What’s the farthest-away place you’ve been?
Fairbanks, Alaska. The distance from Chicago to Fairbanks is 2,805 miles!
65. How are you feeling right now?
I’m feeling a little rushed. I need to start getting ready for work!
69. Who would you tell first?
Definitely my husband, unless I didn’t want him to know. Then I would tell my sister.
72. Which store would you choose to max out your credit card?
Carson Pirie Scott’s
88. Where did you grow up?
I was born in Iowa, lived across the border in Nebraska, and moved to a small town in Central Illinois when I was three. When I was twelve, we moved to the Chicago suburbs and were just a few of blocks from the actual city of Chicago. So I spent part of my childhood in the country, and part of my childhood in the city.
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