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In Pictures: Fluid foundations

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

I thought these photographs were just beautiful!

www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environme
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Enjoy your day. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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LINDABENEDICT 11/27/2010 11:32AM

    beautiful !!!!!!

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BOVEY63 11/24/2010 11:43PM

    They are beautiful and fascinating. Thanks for sharing.
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Have a wonderful day!
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SILLYHP1953 11/24/2010 1:12PM

    Well they were pretty amazing pictures...thanks for sharing them!
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JHADZHIA 11/24/2010 11:31AM

    Thanks for showing us this Lex!!
Have a fabulous day!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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JESSIELOVE78 11/24/2010 9:25AM

    Thank you for the awesome pictures!!! Thank you for sharing.

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WANDAH3 11/24/2010 7:21AM

    These are beautiful, thanks for sharing them.

Hugs,
Wanda

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TWOTIMESS 11/24/2010 6:42AM

    Thanks for these, Lex - utterly beautiful.

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SLENDERCLAIRE 11/24/2010 6:06AM

    Great! Now, where's my camera?

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CHRISTURTLE 11/24/2010 6:02AM

    They are absolutely amazing! I sat completely spellbound, looking at each one for a few minutes, then when I got to the end, went through them all again. Same result!

Thanks for sharing the link to such beautiful photos, Lex.

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ELAOPET 11/24/2010 6:01AM

    I had a !water phase" once. and not the best camera but,,,,let me post one on my SP, you'll be the judge! :)
you have a great day!

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Monday: A Quickie Blog not kwite so kwik akshully

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

It has been a very busy day today (Tue) so this is a very short blog, well, short for me anyway. *grin*

Monday's Stats:

NUTRITION

Fruit and Veg: 8
Water: 8
Calories: Over by 118 calories Ooops!
Carbs: In Range
Fat: Over by 2g
Protein: In range

Weight: 13 stone, 1 3/4lbs

FITNESS:

Steps: 9026 (just over four miles in total)

Walkies for Monday was what I now call the Boat Field Circuit. Working it anti-clockwise means getting in a good uphill march to add to the exercise. :-) The circuit takes around 50 minutes door to door.

Add to that a shopping Circuit to Waitrose and it was a good walking day. :-)

A sign, or should I call it artwork, sprung up over the weekend. I was surprised to see this by the side of the path at the top of Boat Field.



It is an artist's impression of this view as you step into the adjoining field:



There was no information as to who created it, or why it has been placed there.

The only other picture I took on Monday was of a pair of my nice new hiking socks, that arrived a day early! :-)



Oooh, and two photos of the clouds. We were one of the few areas in the UK not under a blanket of grey for the whole day, apparently. :-)





In other news:

Today (Tue) I got back from our walk to find that James had phoned. James from Purina. He was ringing to tell me that it was all arranged and someone would be collecting all the erroneous dog food, i.e. the ENTIRE delivery, and would be leaving Weight Control Bakers and Doggy Treats instead. The only thing he couldn't tell me was when. He says by the 7th Dec, because I told him I had a wedding to attend from the 9th, but we shall see. He didn't please me when it became apparent that he actually had planned to make us wait until March for the delivery, before he got Christine's note. But I think I offended him by laughing aloud over the phone and telling him that it really had been the most entertaining foul-up!

Christine hasn't emailled to confirm what James said, so forgive me if I'm not 100% convinced. Time will tell I guess. :-)

Sophie took her first ride in a car since I got her eight years ago. Whether she had been in one before I have no idea, but we need to know if we can get her to the kennels next month. :-)

A good family friend volunteered to act as the chauffeur. We covered the back seat of his car in an old duvet, in case she got scared and 'leaked', which she is a little prone to. She wouldn't get in until I did, and then she scrambled onto the seat beside me. After sitting there for a few moments, she then got down on the floor of the car behind the passenger seat, squeezing herself into a teeny tiny space that she really didn't fit in, and once down there got stuck. Fortunately, Adrian was able to move the passenger seat forward, so that she could curl up more comfortably, and there she stayed, her head buried under the passenger seat, refusing to get back on the seat, or look up to see where we were going. She laid there, curled in a ball, shaking like a leaf, as Ade drove us up our road, and then down to Waitrose, and back, so she just had a few minutes to endure.

When we got back, and Ade switched off the engine, I opened the door and got out, and she was so excited to be back at the house, she was ecstatic! She positively bounced into the house! LOL

So, a good first try, and she didn't pee on the floor of the car, so win, win! :-) Ade is coming back to give her another short spin on Thursday.

Anne may still be able to look after Sophie on the wedding weekend, meaning she won't have to go to the kennels at all, but she is waiting on confirmation of a potential commission in London, and if it comes through she will be away that weekend. I know she could really do with it happening, but does it have to be THAT weekend? LOL

I must dash. I don't have time to do more Sparking today, and I won't be around much tomorrow either. We have to go into town to find a few bits and bobs for the wedding, plus I am working on a prayer shawl for a friend's Mum who has Parkinson's.

So, hopefully, I'll catch up with you all a bit tomorrow, and I should have more time on Thursday, once we've done the Walk, the Vet's for Sophie's second vaccination, and her second joyride with Ade. :-)

Not such a short blog after all! *grin*
Have a great day everyone! :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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LINDABENEDICT 11/27/2010 11:33AM

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CARLA-216 11/24/2010 10:35AM

    So glad Sophie seemed to tolerate the car ride pretty well. Looks like you had a great day, nutrition-wise and walkies!

xoxo
Carla

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JHADZHIA 11/23/2010 7:26PM

    Glad things went sort of well with Sophie and the car..
Hope you show us a photo of that prayer shawl when you are done, would love to see it!!
Enjoyed your walkabouts as usual!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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SCREWIE 11/23/2010 7:18PM

    Lol, Sophie must be wondering what the thing is that moves her around without her using her legs :D

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KNITTABLES 11/23/2010 6:55PM

    Glad you had a great walk and that the ride with Sophia went well. Take care.

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Sunday: Rest Day not so restful actually. :-)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Sunday Stats:

Water: 8
Fruit and Veg: 7
Calories: 0ver by 46
Carbs: In range
Fat: In range
Protein: In range

Weight: 13 stone 1 3/4 lbs

Exercise....

I forgot that dogs don't understand rest days. :-)

I got up and performed my usual start to the day: bathroom, downstairs, feed Birds, feed Sophie, grab Nutrigrain and glass of water and after lighting a candle, I stood facing the East to start my day with a prayer or three. :-)

Then I sat at the kitchen table to do a reading. Because it was a designated rest day, I did a more detailed reading, taking about an hour, and every five minutes, Sophie came into the kitchen to see whether I was finished.

As soon as I stood up at the end, she was there, ready to chase me up the stairs to put my outdoor clothes on and go for a walk, and instead I walked to the cupboards and started preparing porage.

Ooooh, what a puzzled face! Why was I doing the after-walk-breakfast before the walk? She started to fuss around the door to the stairs so I opened it for her, and she went straight to her leads. I felt SO guilty, but by then the porage was cooking, so I decided that if she didn't accept the situation by the time we'd eaten, I'd take her out.

Sophie went upstairs, to see if Tara could be persuaded out of bed. No! Tara buried her head under the covers. So she walked into my room and sat on my bed, glaring at Tara until Tara couldn't take it anymore and turned to face the wall. Sophie then leapt off, walked into her own room, sat on the bed there and went into full sulk mode!

Well, I couldn't hack the guilt anymore, so I called her, and when she came downstairs I took her into the garden to play football. That snapped her out of it! We had a wonderful time, in between me rushing back in to check the porage, and by the time it was cooked, so was Sophie!

All thoughts of walkies forgotten, she climbed onto the sofa and went to sleep. She got her attention, and I got my porage, then a nice leisurely soak in the bath, and an afternoon of reading and studying, interspersed with games of tuggers. :-)

Unfortunately, my legs aren't overly thrilled with the concept of a rest day either, and tend to ache by the evening if left idle. In the end I pulled out Tigger and Roo (Mini Trampoline and Aerobic Step for those who are new to my blog), and did about 40 minutes alternating between them, making close to 5000 steps in the time. :-)

So, yes, rest day not so restful actually. :-)
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This is Monday now, so...

Hope you are all having a great Monday!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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CARLA-216 11/24/2010 9:10AM

    My old dog Hank was hooked on walking after just one walk. The next day, at the same time we walked him the previous day, he was barking and carrying on and at first we were wondering why. Then it occurred to us that he wanted a walk. Even as he got to be an old man, he knew when it was walk time and let us know if we were late!

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CHRISTURTLE 11/23/2010 4:50AM

    That cat functioning at half capacity is definitely the way I've been feeling lately. Seems I've gone from full speed to standing still, but hopefully tomorrow will be much more productive for me.

I was so pleased to read of the wonderful Sophie sulking because she wanted some exercise - seems she still finds so much joy in life, which is wonderful. My dogs don't have the energy for a walk by the end of the day, as they spend most of the day chasing each other round the yard. My neighbours told me this evening they love watching over the fence just to see the two of them taking turns to chase each other, then when the one doing the chasing manages to nudge the one in front, both instantly change places and start again.

I'm hoping to start being organized enough to go back to a walk each morning - for all three of us. Tried football out the back, but apparently I don't follow Ned and Keiodie's rules, so they take the ball away from me and move to the other side of the yard, lol. At least Sophie needs someone to play ball with her. Lol.

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SILLYHP1953 11/22/2010 8:14PM

    Where do you come up with those crazy pictures? The internet does have pretty much whatever you look for.

Oh yeah, you were going to rest on Sundays weren't you? Oh well, your body knows what is best for you.

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TIGGERIFFIC123 11/22/2010 6:05PM

    Lex,

Sophie is a girl of routine...and mommy will be too, rest day or not...lol
Sounds like a nice leisurely Sunday all in all.

Have a great week!
Rhonda

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WANDAH3 11/22/2010 5:56PM

    I love the pictures...the cat being cool with the abduction of the dog is my cat! *grin*

Hope Monday was a great day,
Hugs,
Wanda

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KNITTABLES 11/22/2010 5:54PM

    I enjoyed your story, Loved the last picture. That's how I feel today.

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JHADZHIA 11/22/2010 5:53PM

    Yes, dogs require attention 24/7, they don't like rest days. They can get that everyday in between walkies :)). Nice to hear Sophie still has a lot of get up and go :)).
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Hugs,
Linda xxx

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ELAOPET 11/22/2010 5:43PM

    BIG SMILES! Sweet story! emoticon

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BOVEY63 11/22/2010 5:25PM

    I feel like the cat in the bottom picture.
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Saturday: I taut I taw a ...

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Saturday Stats:

NUTRITION:

Water: 8
Fruit and Veg: 6
Calories: over by 67
Carbs: in range
Fat: In range
Protein: In range!
88 grams of protein! Yes! Thankyou Chicken and Corned Beef!

Weight at the end of the week: 13 stone 1 1/2 lbs

EXERCISE:

Steps: 6181
Close to three miles. These Walkies are really helping! :-)

Walkies today was going to be a simple circuit affair: Follow the main path until we reached the far end of Boat Field, then turn left and walk up the hill, turn left again, along the top of boatfield, turn left again and walk down two fields and back to the tunnel.

Something made me decide on a slight detour, however. Having reached the end of Boat field, instead of turning left as planned, I chose to turn right to see if there were any ways through to the marshland up that path.

When we reached the top of the steep incline, there was a field to the right, which did indeed link through to the area I was thinking of. As I stood there looking at the view, a green woodpecker flew over my head, circled the field, almost landed, then changed its mind and flew to a post at the edge of the field and stood on the post watching the woodland intently for several minutes! Wow! Breathtaking! :-)

Because of only having trainers on, to give my left leg a break from the boots (it is just one little area rubbing), I decided against attempting the route, but took a few photos of the view:

This is the field information, and yes I just noticed what some bright spark has done to the name! LOL:



Looking towards Boat Field. Can you see the tiny white dots in there? The farmer has just put sheep in there to get the scrub down:



The field through that gap you see is the field we traipsed through when we got lost in the marsh, and behind that you can pick out another field, backed by trees. That is the first field we enter after coming through the tunnel, and the railway line is obscurred by those trees! It looks like quite a distance away, doesn't it. :-)



And this picture shows some of the woodland we walked through during the three mile circuit on Friday. :-)



We turned to head back down the path to continue on the circuit plans:



I was totally NOT expecting to see what I saw as we walked aound that bend in the path.

I taut I taw a... DEER!
I DID! I taw a DEER!

It was standing at the side of the path as we came round the corner, and it saw us and leapt into the hedge! We walked slowly and quietly down to where it had disappeared, and I peered into the hedgerow to see if I could spot it. It was there! About 15 feet in. I slowly raised my camera phone to try and snap a shot, and as it clicked, the deer shot off! They must have amazing hearing! :-)

We walked very slowly, peering into the hedge at intervals, and I spotted it again a few feet further down, eating. This time, I stood as still as humanly possible and we watched each other through the tangle of branches for about two minutes, with the deer occasionally stepping a touch closer to me, to get a better look at me I guess. :-) I didn't dare try and raise my arm to try for another pic, and instead, stood there, almost holding my breath. Eventually I did move very slowly, to try and get the camera up, but the deer took off before I could use it. Camera shy. Oh well. :-)

The fun thing is that I have two photos with critturs in, but neither crittur is exactly visible.

I swear that in this picture is the deer I saw:



And in this picture, the Green Woodpecker is sitting on one of those fence posts! :-)



I've given you a clue with the 2nd pic as to where to 'watch the birdie'. As for the deer, well, you are not looking for its face! LOL. Anyone who can spot either the woodpecker or the deer will get a nice little 'packed lunch' goodie from me, so they can go out crittur spotting in their own neighbourhood! *grin*

There are two things I really really wish Santa could give me this Christmas: A pair of binoculars, and a decent camera. The phone camera isn't bad, as you can see, but the zoom totally sucks! I can't use it, because all you get is a blur. Close up it takes a good photo. You can get in as close as six inches and get a decent photo, but no self-respecting wild crittur is going to oblige me by standing still until I get close enough to photograph the whites of their eyes, now are they! LOL

I may have to hunt down a shop that caters to Twitchers and see what they have in the way of binoculars, and have a chat with a local photography shop about an easy-to-use camera. See what we are looking at price-wise and so forth. Somehow, I suspect Santa is struggling financially too this year. :-)

So, that was Saturday. I spent most of the rest of the day, working and sparking. :-)

Hope you are all having a Serene Sunday!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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CHERIRIDDELL 11/22/2010 1:09PM

    Awesome as usual your blog made my day Lexie .Should I keep my mouth shut or tell you AL is out hunting deer today . We have an agreement if he goes hunting he had better bring it back without eyes and fur cause if it had eyes and fur it had better be alive as I am making it a pet.No deer hanging in my garage !He has to take it straight to the butcher !I will post some photos of him so you can see Too ,now I have finally figured out how LOL!

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SCREWIE 11/22/2010 5:02AM

    Can't see the woodpecker but I think the deer is to the right, about midway from the top of the photo.

Beautiful pictures, as always :)

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JHADZHIA 11/21/2010 8:39PM

    I think the deer behind is showing in those green leaves by that tree. Interesting there are so many brown leaves on the ground and that tree has green ones on it still. Can't see the woodpecker.. One harsh winter, deer came into my mother's yard and began eating her cedars and even her pine tree leaves.. We got photos, but this was before digital I think..
Great stats!! Keep it going! Its a winter wonderland here right now, beautiful, but too cold to be out in for long.


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TIGGERIFFIC123 11/21/2010 7:40PM

    You just never know what Santa has in store for you Lex!
great walk, beautiful pics but of course I cannot find the deer or the woodpecker...lol

Great on the stats again...You are on a roll girl!

Rhonda

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BOVEY63 11/21/2010 6:53PM

    The scenery is sure beautiful. Hope Santa brings you what you want for Christmas.
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CARLA-216 11/21/2010 3:46PM

    Nice stats!

How exciting for you to see a deer (and a green woodpecker)! Yes, they are quite timid creatures, those deer. We see one occasionally stroll through our back yard. A couple of summers ago we were having breakfast on the deck and 3 deer, a doe and two fawns, made their way from one end of our yard to the other, and then disappeared into the woods.

Thanks for sharing your walk with us with the lovely photos!

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WANDAH3 11/21/2010 3:45PM

    You deserve the best, and I see no reason why the universe won't deliver it to you! Hugs, Wanda

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ELAOPET 11/21/2010 2:15PM

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Can't. See. Bird. Nor. Dear! Oh, dear! I looked and I looked, for any part of them, but nothing! Great blog!
The "screen" of my camera broke. It could take pictures, only I had to go "blind"! Then got one with our cable perscription, but that one was...not so good. Now I have my nephew's old one, in perfect shape! YEY!
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KNITTABLES 11/21/2010 1:53PM

    Love the pictures and the blog. Great job.

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SILLYHP1953 11/21/2010 1:42PM

    What great walks you go on. You take amazing photos with your phone camera, so you'd really do great with a new one. You need to pay attention to the optical zoom number. I got a Kodak camera that had a 10x optical zoom which is about the highest I've seen, but I haven't looked lately (since I have a camera!).

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GAYLE-G-63 11/21/2010 1:26PM

    It's always such a joy to see nature where it belongs, in the wild!

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Little quiz

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Borrowed from ELAOPET

1. Who used to be your superhero when you were a child?
The Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman.

2. Most hated chore on the chore list?
Cleaning behind the toilet! LOL Yes, I think that is worse than cleaning inside it! *grin*

3. If you were to start your own restaurant, what would it be called?
Dad's Dream.
If he was still alive he would be running an exclusive restaurant by now, as it was what he planned to do when he retired. Sadly cancer took him before he was able to do it.

4. Is there anything pink within 10 feet of you?
My dog's tongue, a resistance band, a pair of dumb bells, two pairs of nail clippers and embroidery thread. Oh, and my Active Health game cover. LOL

5. If you had to only eat three things for the rest of your life, day in and day out, what would they be?
Rice, Chicken, Vegetables. :-)

Incidentally, I like liver too Elaopet! And kidney. :-)

6. What are you listening to right now?
TV, laughter, humming of Tara's laptop.

7. What's the last sporting event you watched?
The Great North Run, cos I was looking for Sparkers, but I didn't see any. :-(
I don't normally watch any sport.

8. When was the last time you drove out of town?
When my neighbour drove me to check out dog boarding kennels for the wedding weekend. I don't have a car, so I walk everywhere.

9. Have you been to the movies in the last 5 days?
No. Movies is a very rare treat. :-)

10. What was the last thing you had to drink?
Cup of Tea.

11. Last food that you ate?
Corned beef and pickle sandwich with a glass of fruit juice.

12. If you were a time traveler and could only go back in time or forward in time, which would you choose?
Back, to find out about my previous lives! :-)

13. If you could tell your best friend one thing that you can�t stand about him/her what would it be?
I can't think of a single thing I can't stand about my best friend. :-)

14. If you were to be famous what would you like to be known for?
Being able to make people laugh. :-)

15. What does your last text message say?
"Have you got five minutes to chat?"
It was sent to Bryony, my older daughter.

16. How early do you start holiday shopping?
When I can afford to. :-)

17. If you wrote a movie, what would the title be?
Walkies! LOL

18. When did you first realize you needed to change your lifestyle food-wise?
A couple of years ago.

19. What color ink do you prefer to write with?
Black

20. What was your favorite toy as a child?
A pyjama case shaped like a monkey. I called him Cheetah. I have no idea why. I imagine there was some childish logic in the name. :-)
EDIT:
JHADZHIA reminded me that the chimp in the Tarzan series was called Cheetah, and now I know where I got the name from. :-) I was a female Tarzan, or was I Jane? We'll never know. LOL

  
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CARLA-216 11/28/2010 8:23AM

    I'm with you on question #2! Ugh!
I'm sorry your dad didn't get to live out his dream. :(

xoxo
Carla

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CHERIRIDDELL 11/22/2010 1:20PM

    I love these quizzes and it always makes me think how many things are similar in our lives (I had a monkey too,except it was a she and I called her after my Aunt Bessie but that is another story!!!!)I don't normally watch any sport either as you see I coul;d go on LOL! Al is only hunting for the day though and I want to read as much of my email as I can.He heads back to Afghanistan on SUnday morning and normal Sparktime will be restored , if he was home ,I would have my Sparktime but since he is heading back to war he gets priority right now! love and hugs,Cheri xxxx

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LIFEISSWEET2 11/21/2010 12:03PM

    Who can resist these type of quizzes? Thanks for sharing!

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BOVEY63 11/20/2010 8:34PM

    It was fun getting to know more about you my Spark Friend!
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WANDAH3 11/20/2010 7:02PM

    I'll play...I like these*grin*


1. Who used to be your superhero when you were a child?
Silver Chief...dog of the North! (hey, we didn't have TV or comic books)

2. Most hated chore on the chore list?
Vaccuming...I hate lugging that stupid machine around. I'm working on Garry to get rid of all the carpets!

3. If you were to start your own restaurant, what would it be called?
Plain and Simple

4. Is there anything pink within 10 feet of you?
An orchid...it's more of a deep purple pink though.

5. If you had to only eat three things for the rest of your life, day in and day out, what would they be?
Christmas oranges, Potatoes and other veggies *grin*

6. What are you listening to right now?
My washing machine and dryer.

7. What's the last sporting event you watched?
The Olympics in BC.

8. When was the last time you drove out of town?
Today, Shyra and I headed to the city to do some Christmas shopping.

9. Have you been to the movies in the last 5 days?
Nope, actually probably not in the last 5 years. I'm not a movie person, I'd rather read a book.

10. What was the last thing you had to drink?
Freckle lemonade.

11. Last food that you ate?
Mesa salad for lunch

12. If you were a time traveler and could only go back in time or forward in time, which would you choose?
Forward, I'd like to know what choices I could better make for the world once I was back in today's time.

13. If you could tell your best friend one thing that you can�t stand about him/her what would it be?
I can't think of a single thing I can't stand about my best friend. :-)

14. If you were to be famous what would you like to be known for?
Being a blessing in people's lives.

15. What does your last text message say?
I don't own a cell phone, hence no texting.

16. How early do you start holiday shopping?
Boxing day *grin* and those who don't know when boxing day is...December 26th.

17. If you wrote a movie, what would the title be?
Winter in Canada!

18. When did you first realize you needed to change your lifestyle food-wise?
When I finally reached the point of avoiding mirrors.

19. What color ink do you prefer to write with?
Red...feng shui tells me that it is a good color choice for positive changes you want to make in your life.

20. What was your favorite toy as a child?
My baby doll Tammy.


Thanks for the bit of fun.
Hugs,
Wanda

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CHEVY63 11/20/2010 6:46PM

    Funny!! Thanks - lots of good info on you!

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TIGGERIFFIC123 11/20/2010 6:34PM

    Cute...Thanks for sharing~

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MNOT2THICK 11/20/2010 4:57PM

    So cute. Thanks.

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ME_HERE_NOW 11/20/2010 4:31PM

    love your answers for 12 & 14 :) came by way of elaopets page ;)

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KNITTABLES 11/20/2010 3:05PM

    Thanks for sharing this.

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JHADZHIA 11/20/2010 2:52PM

    Wasn't Cheetah Tarzan's chimpanzee's name??
Saw this quiz elsewhere, was nice! Thanks for sharing this slice of life!

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