Eleven Questions

One of those survey things that gets passed around from place to place. I got mine from Beth, who got hers from a few different places. I thought some of these questions were interesting.

Using Mapquest, how many miles is it from your house to your parents’ house?
I don’t have to mapquest it, since I live with them.

Google your first and last name, in quotes. How many results were found?
8, and 6 of them are actually me – mostly work-related stuff.

What room in your house is too small?
I guess the “family room” could stand to be bigger. That’s where we spend most of our time and it’s rather crowded with all of us there.

What room is too large?
None, really – most of the rooms are about the same size. It’s funny how you fill up the amount of space you have available – we used to live in tiny, tiny house, and didn’t know what to do with ourselves when we first moved to this much larger one.

Name of your third grade teacher:
Miss Cory. I think she is married now, though.

How much money did you make at your first job?
$5.50, rockin’ it at the Burger King.

Favorite donut:
Like Beth, I’m a fan of Boston cream. (Creme? I don’t know.) I don’t eat a lot of doughnuts these days, but I also like blueberry cake doughnuts, maple frosted, and the plain old glazed. I loathe crullers, though. Hate them.

Name(s) of your next door neighbor(s):
On the right – Nanie, my grandmother. On the left – I think the father’s name is Jerry, but around my house we call them the Cletuses.

Genre of music you can’t stand:
I pretty much hate Christian contemporary. Sorry.

Last thing bid on on ebay:
It was a 72-pin connector to replace the bad one in the Nintendo I bought on ebay just the week before.

How much cash is in your wallet?
$5.20. Sadly, until my dad came by my office and loaned me four dollars, it was $1.20.

2 Replies to “Eleven Questions”

  1. As I get older and my relationship with my parents gets better, I’m realizing that dads are so incredibly sweet. I just talked to my Dad on the phone last night and wished I could fly to him and be with him (although I know I’d be ready to leave in about an hour). :)

  2. i was just thinking, it’ s been years since i first started reading your diary. how did i find it, anyway? i think you asked to have it reviewed and i reviewed it for my now very defunct, very stupid, review site. that’ s ridiculous! it’ s crazy how online diaries allow you to peek into other people’ s lives. i’ ve peeked into yours, and invited you to peek into mine. no regrets at all. i’ m so glad to see you’ ve got your own space to fool around with. i think we might be starting a trend.. he hehe. i’ m really happy to hear about ginny, too. aside from all the crap i hear about the world ending, i think this is gonna be an awesome new year.

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