1. Do you like chili? Red or white? Beans or no beans? Spice or no spice? Toppings?
Yes I love chili, especially this time of year once the air gets crisp...I like making regular beef chili and I make a Southwest white bean chili and a turkey chili....toppings cheese!! Is it even chili without the beans?? Beans and 2 beano's is a must!
2. Red~Orange~Gold...your favorite fall color?
Depends on what we are talking about....for fall clothes I love brown and golds.....red and oranges for decorating.
3. Who did you idolize when you were growing up?
My parents of course .....and various Tiger Beat celebs back in the 70's/80's ! I also have had some amazing teachers over my younger years that made a huge difference in my life.
4. When was the last time you did something 'arts and craftsy'? Share please.
Probably decorating my front porch for fall...
For me this is about as artsy and craftsy as I get.....
5. What's a place that makes you really nervous?
The doctor's office....not sure why but I get nervous and my blood pressure always shoots up.
6. Horse back riding...yay or nay (neigh?)
Yes for sure but it's been many many years....not sure if I can even get up on a horse now!!
7. What is your favorite cliche?
I don't just have one....
-Misery loves company (I say that once a week at least in my exercise class)
-People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones
-It takes two to tango
-Never say never
-Time will tell
-Time will tell
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Along the lines of Joyce's random thought .....about summer fruits coming to an end....I'm sad about all the berries I have enjoyed and now need to switch to frozen. But I'm happy one of my favorite apples are out- Honeycrisp!! I love these apples.....they are expensive so I only buy them for me and say to my family these are my apples...hands off. You see they aren't picky about their apples so Granny Smith and Red Delicious are fine for them! It's not that I don't share...really!
Have a wonderful Wednesday!!
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