Monday, October 10, 2005

It's All About You
Beth posted this over at Inscapes (see side bar for link), and she's threatened to leave used cigarette butts underneath my window if I don't post it for you to play also (right, Beth?:).

Leave your name and...

1. I'll respond with something random about you.

2. I'll tell you what song/movie reminds me of you.

3. I'll pick a flavor of jello to wrestle with you in.

4. I'll try to say something that only makes sense to you and me.

5. I'll tell you my first/clearest memory of you.

6. I'll tell you what animal you remind me of.

7. I'll ask you something that I've always wondered about you.

8. If I do this for you, you must post this on your journal. You MUST


Cindy said...

I'm a demon for punishment. :D

alaiyo said...

Ah, ha! Have at it! :)


Fieldfleur said...

Okay Cindy, you asked for it.:)

1. You could've gone to Hollywood as an actress.

2. Carry Me Back to the Ozarks, a true bluegrass tune that I know how to pick.

3. Lime, ick!

4. McSalty's Pizza, Happy Hawaiian?

5. When you scared me to death when you responded to my blog.

6. Antelope

7. Are you my cousin?

8. Fuhget about it!

Fieldfleur said...

Okay, Beth. Don't be smokin' outside my window now!

1. You prefer November over February.

2. Anything by Frederic Chopin. Lovely.

3. Non-allergenic strawberry.

4. has trod, has trod

5. Your encouraging and empathetic comments. Your superb way of describing things.

6. A zebra

7. Did you teach at the home of the Lady Bears?

8. No need!

alaiyo said...

Wow, you're good! Fall over winter, definately; I love Chopin; yummy to strawberry and to Hopkins! #5 -- returns to you; thank you! Zebra? Zebra? What's with the zebra?! :) And I did indeed teach at the home of the Lady Bears, until I discovered that I would have to sell my soul to stay in such a place.

Thanks for playing! And sounds like your week has been wonderful, as has mine. We need restful time now and again.



alaiyo said...

Spell check: That would be "definitely" -- I have been grading too many student papers . . . :(


Fieldfleur said...

Zebra, Beth, I dunno. A well-designed animal, don't you think? He's black and white, yes, but intricately so to the point one might think he's making us dizzy with various conceptualizations about his pattern.
Mmmmmm.... one must ponder a lot in answering these questions ....

Cindy said...

Teri--You're having entirely too much fun with this. Beth, too. It's beginning to feel like a silly slumber party in here. :)

1. I am flattered. I don't know why you think this, but I'll take it and be more than happy!

2. You pick. I'll listen and tap my foot.

4.Ack! The memories! (Mostly of skipping class in grad school and hanging out there. :o )

5.I thought I might have, and I felt bad, so I've tried to lie low and be veerrrrry nonthreatening ever since. :)

6. I like it. :)

7. I don't think I'm your cousin, but around here, one never knows!

Cindy said...

Oops! One more thing: "black and white, yes, but intricately so to the point one might think [s]he's making us dizzy with various conceptualizations"

You have just described Beth with uncanny accuracy. I took tremendous delight in this and will with great satisfaction and no small amount of glee, picture her in zebra striped pajamas for some time to come. :)

alaiyo said...

Hmmm . . . I *think* I like the zebra thing, now that it's been tossed about . . . it *sounds* like a compliment, anyway, though LuCindy's reaction makes me a bit suspicious . . . :) Perhaps that's what I should ask for for my birthday -- zebra-striped pjs . . . not sure K would understand, though! :)

Thanks and blessings,


Fieldfleur said...

How'd I get stuck with such random fun gals for my blog readers?!(scary too, eh?)

Cindy said...

Teri--I've read one theory that says we attract people who are similar to ourselves. (Not sure whether to grin mischieviously and conspiratorially with you or pat you on the back consolingly, here.)

Beth--Always compliments, dear friend. Sincere ones.