Friday, August 11, 2006

Friday, August 11, 2006
Tell about a toy you remember from your childhood.

My favorite toy was my doll Toni. I cannot remember how you got her but she was named after the permanent at that time the "Toni". I imagine not to many of you will remember that. She was a pretty blond skinny doll. My great grandmother made her a satin wedding dress with a veil and all. I wish that I still had her. She would be very old about now.

If you could make one thing in the world absolutely free for everyone, what would it be?

Medication...that is easy to answer. As I am getting older now and having to take so much medicine I realize just how much money we are going to have to have to keep this medication going. We have GOOD insurance but I am wondering how we are going to keep that insurance paid and a house payment plus buy medication too. We older Americans should not be having this problem!!!

Approximately how many times per day do you think about your significant other?

My "significant other" is my husband...I wanted to clear that up right at the beginning. I think of him often but never put a number on it. Once you have been married almost 43 years I don't think you need to put a number on it. By this time he is in my heart and that is all that counts anyway!!

Main Course
What is something you believe in 100%?

MY GOD!! As far as I can see in this world that is about the only thing we can believe in 100%...nothing else is perfect...nothing else is going to bring you pure peace....nothing else is going to bring you the fulfillment that only HE can bring!!

Name one thing you have done this week that you would consider a "good deed."

I made "Welcome baskets" for my new neighbors and delivered them. Greeting them and introducing myself...My husband calls me the WELCOME WAGON!! I know how lonely I felt when I moved in here and I hate to think of others feeling lonely......


Anonymous said...

Very nice. I think food and water should be free. But I guess if it was everyone would become glutinous and start hording it. But, I think everyone should have clean makes me very sad that there are people in other countries without it.

Melli said...

You are such a sweet lady. I do sO want to meet you one day! I loved your feast!

PresentStorm said...

Hey we have served up the same main course I see :)

and lol @ the welcome wagon... It is so cool top hear people still do that sort of thing. I think it is neat!!

LadyBugCrossing said...

You are so sweet to welcome your new neighbors! I live in a neighborhood like that - everyone dropped in to say hi when we first moved here. It is nice to feel welcome.

Jane said...

Your feast was delicious. Your main and mine are definately the same. We will see each in heaven but it would be nice to meet here too! Maybe the next time Lazy Daisy is headed this way we can all get together.
Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

Debbie said...

Hey Floozie...I also had a Toni doll. And I still have it. I still have the dress too, but it is almost beyond repair. I crocheted a dress for it one time and it is also beyond repair. My Toni did come from the Perm and she has long dark hair. My Mom ordered it for me when I was probably about 5 years old. She used to give me perms herself. Just something I wanted to share. Love ya...