Saturday, December 17, 2011

Saturday 9

Saturday 9: I Will Survive

1. What in the 2011 has proved to you that you are a survivor? I got through the run up to surgery. In retrospect, that was worse than the actual procedure. Finding out what was going on with me, meeting an oncologist, getting the xray/blood tests, working with the insurance company, getting a date scheduled ... It was maddening and made the whole ordeal more stressful.

2. Have you ever stayed online for a very long time waiting for someone? I don't understand the question. I'm logged on almost all day long and I check my email regularly, does that answer this?

3. Are REALLY ready for the holidays? Pert near. 
 
4. Did you have an imaginary friend as a kid? I was convinced my plush Lassie dog was real

5. What niche network do you watch the most? ME-TV 
 
6. Have you ever seen the ocean? Yes. I've spent more time with the Atlantic.

7. Have you ever been hospitalized? Twice. Once in 2003, and again on September 9 of this year.


8. What do you think of the US Republican candidates for president? As a Blue State Girl, I think they're great because they strengthen the President's chances of re-election. As a concerned American, I'm a little disappointed because I wish we could have a serious debate about the issues and very few of these candidates seem to have any real gravitas.

9. Could you imagine life without a computer? Yes. It scares me and I don't like it!

6 comments:

  1. Every time I picture a world without computers it's like Walking Dead is the only thing that comes to mind. Surely the end of the world at some point will involve us all computer-less. And that is scary.

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  2. Surgeries do suck. I hope you are feeling fine now... :)

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  3. Anonymous9:55 AM

    I liked my (almost) computerless time. I got A LOT of reading done. And fell in love with "The Big Bang Theory".

    And to answer #2. I've spent hours in hopes that my old Aussie friend would log on for our regular chats. He almost always showed, but there were a few very late nights where he didn't and I'd stay glued to the screen hoping that he'd eventually show up.

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  4. I would be glued to ME-TV, too, their listing is amazing.

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  5. I love METV!!! I cannot believe we actually get it downstate in Hooterville. I had no idea it was the old channel 26 until I Googled it. ha ha...


    Have a great rest of your weekend.
    http://harrietandfriends.com/2011/12/could-you-imagine-life-without-a-computer/

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  6. You're a certified survivor! I can't imagine going through the ordeal you went through!

    Here's my entry for Saturday 9.

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