Thursday, July 10, 2008

Friday's Feast

Appetizer
When was the last time you had your hair cut/trimmed?


Funny you should ask! See my post below, Salon Talk. Sore subject right now.


Soup
Name one thing you miss about being a child.


Playing dolls and enjoying it. Really! It's not the same when you're an adult. I've played dolls with my daughter, but the responsibilities are always calling, which takes away from the fun.


Salad
Pick one: butter, margarine, olive oil.


For taste? Nothing beats real butter.


Main Course
If you could learn another language, which one would you pick, and why?


Spanish would be the most practical for my location, and I can speak un poquito, but I am nowhere near fluent.

I'd like to learn sign language, though. It's so beautiful.

html - What? That's a language, too! And it would be quite useful. Again, I only know un poquito.


Dessert
Finish this sentence: In 5 years I expect to be…


... about where I am now. Or maybe not. I have no idea!



Come on and join the Friday's Feast fun!

4 comments:

tegdirb92 said...

true about your soup but there is nothing like playing with Barbies!! Great feast.

Gabriel said...

You're absolutely right! I never thought about programming languages, and I'd sure love to learn some of them. I also know un poquito de HTML, but I wish I knew a little more. And then there's C, PERL and others...

Here is my feast. Have a great weekend!

peppylady said...

A great feast. I never played with dolls much when I was a girl.
To much of a tomboy.

Jean at Penny Lane said...

I learned how to sign when I was in high school. A girl who wanted to be a nurse learned some and taught me then I sought out to find out more about signing. I have used it in the classroom effectively and with my children if they are a distance away.
One thing my students could never stand, was that I could lip read across the room. LOL

HTML is not that hard to learn.

I loved my dolls when I was younger. I still have a few of them that meant so much to me.

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