Sunday, July 14, 2019

Sunday Stealing

SAD SLEEPY SURVEY

Have you ever been teased because of the things you like? Oh, of course. Hasn't everyone?

Do you hold grudges?
Yes. If grudge carrying was an Olympic event, I'd bring home (at least) the bronze.

Were there any classes you enjoyed because of the teacher?
Not really. I had a wonderful English teacher in high school, but he encouraged me in being more involved in something I was already drawn to. I'm not diminishing his contribution -- I appreciated it at the time and remember it fondly -- I'm just answering the question as it was asked.

Was there a dress code at your school?
Grade school, yes. High school, no. Though I did wear just about the same thing every day -- white t-shirt, jeans, tennies.

Have you ever been a bad friend?
Yes. I'm sure I've fallen short at times. But I do work very hard at the friendship thing.

Has a friend ever replaced you with somebody else?
I think my friend Barb has. She moved to Hilton Head and I really don't hear from her much anymore. These things happen.

Have you ever disliked something just because it was popular?
No. I have met pretentious people who do that -- my friend Joanna's recent beau being one of them -- but that's silly.

Have you ever watched a movie just because it starred an actor you liked?
I think that's a great reason to choose a movie!

Are there actors/musicians you have met?



Do you ever judge people based on the music they listen to?
I don't base my complete assessment on music. But yes, I suppose I do.

What about your top five music albums?
This is hard! But these are the ones that come to mind.


1) Beatles White Album
2) Born in the USA
3) Barbra Streisand's Second Album
4) Dusty Springfield's Greatest Hits
5) The Boss by Diana Ross





Do you remember the first album you ever owned?




Do you still use an mp3 player, or just your phone?
We were just talking about this yesterday! Yes, I still use my iPod.

Do you like Elton John?
More than I used to. He's grown on me. :)

Have any celebrity deaths hit you hard? Which one(s)?
John Lennon's murder felt like a blow to my solar plexus.




   

5 comments:

  1. I'd say that most of my friendships that ended, did so due to one of us moving and our lives changing and moving on...not because of any falling out. Some friendships are born out of being in the same place or circumstances at the time and when things change...it's hard to maintain the relationship.

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  2. I think it is hard to keep that same core of friends forever. Mine change over the years and I keep a small group of friends, I always have. Loved your answers! Have a nice Sunday!

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  3. Elton John grew on me too. I never really paid much attention to him until he married, I think.

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  4. Grudge-holder, eh? I dub thee queen of the grudges! (Just kidding.) I think we all hold grudges of some kind. Some things cannot be forgiven in a lifetime.

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  5. I asked Alexa to play Dusty Springfield for me. :)

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