Thursday, 15 October 2009

Day 15 of Blogtoberfest

Saw this on the Planet Treasures blog (she saw it somewhere else, and so on, and so on...) and thought I'd have a go - the idea is to give one-word answers, which might be something of a challenge for me!! (Oh, I should maybe explain - for the benefit of any new readers - 'The Doctor' is actually my husband; he's got a PhD, you see, and it sounded a bit better than 'The Man'!)

1. Where is your cell/mobile phone? Kitchen
2. Your hair? Red
3. Your mother? Young-at-heart
4. Your father? Unusual
5. Your favo(u)rite food? Chocolate
6. Your dream last night? Private!!
7. Your favo(u)rite drink? Apfelsaftgespritzt
8. Your dream/goal? My children's faith
9. What room are you in? Living room
10. Your hobby? Creating
11. Your fear? Injections
12. Where do you want to be in 6 years? Here
13. Where were you last night? Here
14. Something that you aren’t? Tidy
15. Muffins? Toasted (English!)
16. Wish list item? Time

17. Where did you grow up? Herefordshire
18. Last thing you did? Blog-hopped
19. What are you wearing? Jeans
20. Your TV? On
21. Your pet? Escapologist
22. Friends? Varied
23. Your life? Busy
24. Your mood? Tired
25. Missing someone? The Doctor
26. Vehicle? Car
27. Something you’re not wearing? Shoes
28. Your favo(u)rite store? Ikea
29. Your favo(u)rite colo(u)r? Purple
30. When was the last time you laughed? Yesterday
31. Last time you cried? Yesterday
32. Your best friend? The Doctor
33. One place that you go to over and over? School
34. One person who emails you regularly? Hunger Site
35. Favo(u)rite place to eat? Sofa
Hmm, couldn't quite manage to keep it to one word a couple of times there... And it's soooo tempting to add an explanatory sentence here and there!! But there we go :-) If you do these questions on your blog, please leave me a link in a comment - I'd love to have a nose at other people's answers!


Clair said...

Really, Ikea? I'll never understand... :)

Mise said...

You are laudably terse! What I like about this set of questions is that it points toward concrete rather than abstract responses. An abstract life is never as good...

Mary B said...

I love this and it made me chuckle. So I going to copy the questions and have a go myself.
Thank you for the fun.
And thank you for a lovely blog to read