Friday, August 31, 2007







Appetizer
Who is the easiest person for you to talk to?

Since I have been married for so long my answer should be my husband but that is not going to be it. My answer has to be Lazy Daisy. She is so easy to talk too plus she also prays for me!! She is a good friend!! She and I have not been friends for long but that does not matter. She says we are from the same clan and tribe!!

Soup
If you could live in any ancient city during the height of the quality of its society and culture, which one would you choose?

I have not the "foggiest" on this question. Because when I think of this I immediately think of Rome. I would NEVER have wanted to have lived in that ERA ever!! That was the most non-religious (only word that I could come up with--it is early morning). I would not have liked that culture at all. Guess I am not answering this one at all....OOOPSS....(I would have been fed to the lions)

Salad
What is the most exciting event you’ve ever witnessed?

I got to see my last two grandchildren being born!! WOW!! I was so excited. I had my children by C-Section so I was asleep. I did not even know what to expect!! I was walking on Cloud10 or so!! They were so beautiful!! I just could not get over it!! I still remember that and guess I always will!!

Main Course
If you were a celebrity, what would you do for a publicity stunt?

If I were a celebrity that is one thing I WOULD not do....I would try to show my character as being what I really am through the way that my life really was and not "putting on" that of Hollywood!! I think that the STARS can be STARS with a clean life and still be good people!!

Dessert
What do you consider the ideal age to have a first child?

In today's world it is different that it was in mine. I had my first child at the age of 19 and would do that over again because I grew up with him. I was able to ride bikes and do things right along with him. Today it is all different. I still don't think you should be too much into your 20's before you begin. Stay young with your children!!

11 comments:

Hootin'Anni said...

Yes!! You and I both relied on the all-perfect dessert this week. And with your special serving being able to ride the bike and 'grow up' with kids is the topping on the cake! Perfectly said.

My mom used to say, in order to raise kids, you gotta be a kid yourself. And for me, and my experience of raising my kids --it held so true. At a young age for parents, it's just more fun...you can handle stress much better, and then enjoy the leisure years with hubby and father of your grown kids!!

Denise said...

Great answers my friend.

Melli said...

That ol' Daisy girl certainly IS one easy one to talk to! But YOU are easy to talk to too! I think anyone we "truly" call "friend" has to be easy to talk to - otherwise they wouldn't REALLY be our friend, would they?

You are SURE right about the celebrities! But not ALL publicity stunts are "bad" -- sometimes the stunt IS to be good - and set the good example! (unfortunately, THAT just doesn't get AS MUCH publicity!)

Lazy Daisy said...

Awww....look at you Miss Thing, you've got me dissolved into one big pile of Goo! I'm honored to be your friend, I feel the same about you (just in case you didn't know!) Miss you.

Linda said...

I so agree with your dessert. I loved "growing up" with my kids. And now, I feel young enough to enjoy my grandchildren.

Lovely feast.

Baba/night owl said...

Sandy, I enjoyed your feast.. Most people listed the birth of a baby for their exciting event !!!Have a great week-end and wish hubby a "Happy birthday"... Barb

Connie@Little Red Hearts From God said...

ya know I started young with one child and then waited til I was older with the other... I love both...

What a yummy feast you shared with us...

You are always such a blessing...

love ya
Connie

PEA said...

A wonderful feast! I had my babies when I was 20 and 23 and I loved it...don't think I could handle having them in my late 30's and early 40's like so many women do now! I can well imagine how marvelous it must have been to be able to watch your last two grandchildren being born...such little miracles of life! xoxo

Donetta said...

Great feast. I would not want any other day or to be any one other than me. It took to many years to get comfortable in my own skin:)

JHS said...

Great responses! Getting to see your grandchildren being born had to have been a thrill! How wonderful that your children were open enough to let you be there!

Puss-in-Boots said...

That's a good Friday Feast, Sandy and we've got to know just a little more about you.