When was the last time you sat on a park or garden bench for more than ten minutes? Describe the occasion.
It has to have been in the fall, the last time I took Elise to the park near the library in town. We were going to see a movie that day, I can’t remember which movie, and we had some time to kill before the show. I remember thinking “this is probably going to be the last time at the park this year,” because I knew the cold was coming soon.
Would you ever be interested in observing a surgery or do you turn away when the nurse brings out the needle?
I would LOVE to observe a surgery. Or even better… an AUTOPSY!
I am totally into carnage and gore and unabashedly want to see people’s insides up close.
I am also the one who goes and volunteers for friends at our local trade school when people have to do blood draws for their phlebotomy exam. I shall volunteer as tribute for your needle sticks. I LIKE the way they feel.
Definitely The Book Barn in Niantic, Connecticut. It’s a used book store that is made up of a bunch of different buildings and houses on a property with beautiful gardens and some farm animals, and a whole lot of lovable cats. You can find ANYTHING at the Book Barn, and it is a great place to spend a rainy or otherwise quiet day with a friend and a cup of coffee while you hunt through dusty treasures.
If you had an unlimited shopping spree at only one store, which one would you choose? Why?
It’s sad how easy it is for me to answer this and know that it is the “wrong” answer, but… Amazon.com.
(Runs and hides with the shame)
But you can get ANYTHING there!
I’m participating in Cee’s Sharing Your World Blogging Challenge and loving the weekly Q & A!