wee bit.

{one} ice: crushed or cubed? i don't generally care what kind of ice i have. if i have crushed ice, i will eat the ice. but otherwise, it's not something i think about.

{two} what is your worst traffic pet peeve? i can't choose just one. but if i have to, i can't stand it when people travel in the passing/fast lane. it irritates me beyond belief. i even yell sometimes. and i know they can't hear me...but maybe they can see me. but probably not...because if they were looking behind them, they would see all of us trying to use the passing lane to pass them. weird.

{three} what room in your house best represents your personality? well...uhmm...not any of them, really. i need to work on that, but i don't have the drive to get it done.

{four} do you save old birthday cards? i save all cards, birthday and otherwise. i save letters, too. well, good letters. i'm a sucker for written correspondence.

{five} when was the last time you went on a picnic? i literally cannot remember. it might have been when i went to park to eat lunch and all the children showed up. i wrote about it here. i really think that was the last time i ate outside, not at a restaurant. maybe i need to change that.

{six} do you regularly check your horoscope? nope. never. i will read it if it is in front of me, but i don't seek it out. i will generally read another horoscope before i read mine to compare their similarities.

{seven} when you’re home, what do you wear on your feet? bare feet. i hate socks. and shoes. and slippers. i can't wait for flip flop season. it's coming soon.

{eight} what’s your favorite gambling game? i'm not really a gambler. it's not really readily available where i live. and even when i visit my parents in vegas, we don't ever stop to gamble anywhere.

{nine} have you ever written (or started writing) a book? nope. i sometimes think it wouldn't be that hard and then i really think about it and realize it would be a pain.

{ten} what is your favorite musical? i live and die for les miserables. i have seen it three times...once on broadway, once in boston and once done locally by a community theater. and i loved all three. yes, there were quality differences, but i love the music and the story. i cried when i saw it on broadway. i love watching talented people and i couldn't help but think that the people who were on the stage had worked all their lives to be on broadway...it was their dream and they were living it and i got a little emotional. it was so great. love it.

now your turn.
tell us a wee bit about you.

that's all.

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