Dear Bev, thank you so much! I enjoy Sunday Stealing each and every week. Sometimes I just read everyone's stuff though... But I don't love you, or any of the thieves any less!
Readers: If you go HERE, to the Sunday Stealing Blog, and you can see the questions. You can also scroll down to a Linkie to see the other respondents.
WHAT WAS YOUR:Last beverage: Some Earl Grey tea. I should go get some more now.
Last phone call: It was to my sister, to see how she was doing. Need to do that again.
Last text message: my fellow Guildie and friend, Ms Kay.. She's a lot of fun to run around and howl with...
Last song you listened to: I listened to part of a Miley Cyrus video just now, and it just re-enforced the fact that I don't like her singing.
Last time you cried: Yesterday
HAVE YOU EVER:.
Been cheated on: No
Kissed someone & regretted it: No
Lost someone special: Yes
Been depressed: yes
Drunk hard liquor: Yes
Lost glasses/contacts no
Last time you saw your mother When she visited me in the Fall of 1983. She wore her "Chinesey" (her word)" robe, a beautiful Orange silk "find" at a thrift store. Mother was a great Thrift Store Maven. The early morning light coming in through the great-room windows made it positively Glow. That's the last time I saw her alive.
Have you ever talked to a person named Tom Such a strange question. And yes, I have. I knew this person rather well, too. For quite awhile he was a regular in our lives. Then, as happens, he floated away on the tide one day never to return.
Most visited Webpages The New York Times because I subscribe, and after that it's to the weekend memes with all the faithful posters here.. Meaning the blogs owned by the Saturday Niners and the Sunday Thieves.
Will you be celebrating Fathers day? No, we have stopped doing this because all of our parents are dead, and our kids are far away. When we happen to be in their town on the day, our girls always make it special for Mr. Z. It's sweet.
When did you first realize you were an adult? When I finally kicked my PsycoDad out of my life. I was 18, and this was well before 18 year olds were adults in the eyes of the law.