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Erin tagged me on this one.

What were you like when you were five? Quiet with a streak of absurdity.

What are you wearing now? Gray jeans, white dress shirt under a cream sweater, black boots

What story/book/novel have you read over and over again in your life? A Semester In The Life of a Garbage Bag by Gordon Korman

What’s the last thing you read/are currently reading? Sleeping With Schubert by Bonnie Marson

Do you nap a lot? No, but I have been more lately.

Who was the last person you hugged? Matt

What’s your current fandom/obsession/addiction? Morrissey/The Smiths

What was the last thing you ate today? A piece of homemade pumpkin bread

What was the last thing you said aloud? Something went wrong with the direct deposits for everyone on the floor but me.. not sure why.

What websites do you always visit when you go online? Gmail, Facebook, Google Reader

What was the last thing you bought? Groceries at Wegmans

What are you listening to right now? Beth Orton's "Sweetest Decline"

If you could have any super power, what would it be? I used to think flying, but with my luck I'd be shot down. Now I think invisibility would be handy.

What is your favorite weather, and why? Sunny, about 64 degrees with a light breeze

What time do you usually get up? 7:27 a.m.

What is your most challenging goal right now? Staying positive and focused on what I need to do as I continue to live in uncertain times.

Say something to the person who tagged you: Erin, we've never met but you've always sounded like you'd be a fun person to get hot chocolate with!

If you could have a house–totally paid for, fully furnished–anywhere in the world, where would you want it to be? A semi-wooded lot on the shore, but not right on the shore of Lake Ontario near Rochester.

Favorite vacation spot? Canada. It's a foreign country I can drive to and either go to the big city, hit up the rural wonders, or even visit family.

What is your favorite children’s book? Outside Over There by Maurice Sendak

Name one thing you just can’t resist no matter how bad it is for you: chocolate

If you could meet anyone famous - dead or alive - who would it be? Edith Wharton

What was your first job? Babysitting for under the table. Ride Operator at Seabreeze Amusement Park for taxable income

What’s the last movie you saw? Catch and Release

What was the last restaurant you ate at?
Pizza, Wings, & Things in Fredonia.

TAGGED: Not tagging today. Go ahead if you like. It's something to do while it's snowing outside.

Step 1: respond and rework—answer the questions on your own blog, replace one question that you dislike with a question of your own invention, add one more question of your own.
Step 2: tag—eight other un-tagged people will be tagged.


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