My wonderful neighbor, Cathy, gave me this book for my birthday one year. It's by Carol Lynn Pearson and her daughter. It has questions in that mother and daughter can answer and hopefully be closer. That's assuming you don't have a mother who is an oldest child and a daughter who is a spoiled youngest child. It did help me and Sarah for awhile.
But Bill and I used it for a family home evening once and it was really fun. So use these questions for your husband or neighbor or anybody you'd like to know better. I'm using it for you guys.
So, here's my Friday questions:
What is your favorite all time movie comedy?
If you were required to spend an entire day doing nothing but "having fun" what would that day look like?
At what inappropriate place have you ever dissolved in laughter?
If you could vacation anywhere in the world, where would it be?
What game do you remember playing as a child?
Tootsie, hands down. I thought Dustin Hoffman should win the academy award and have never forgiven Ben Kingsley. It would be easy to play Ghandi. I could play Ghandi! If I lost 50 lbs., I could look patient and long suffering.
Today is that day. Bill is gone fishing till tomorrow. I will read and lay around and watch TV and BLOG! I am so far behind, I haven't read Times and Seasons in days. Plus I bought 2--TWO pounds of crab yesterday. Eat your hearts out.
My sisters and I burst into uncontrollable giggles during the trial where the state took us away from our mother and the judge got mad, but we didn't care. My sister, Dessie's laugh should have a vaccination against it, its' so catching.
I would love to go to New Zealand. But assuming money is no object, I want to go to Sedona Arizona for that girl's weekend, with the massage and psychic reading and the limo. I'm going, too.
Me and my sister, Chris, and my best friend, Jennabelle played cowboys. But we would fight because they wanted to be horses and I wanted to be the cowboy riding the horse, it was more fun. There was a type of gallop I particularly enjoyed doing. But I didn't like to pretend to be an animal. So I would get mad and go home and they would go off and be horses in the hills of Tonopah.