Friday, February 03, 2006

Friday's Feast

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On a scale of 1 to 10 (10=highest), how sociable are you?
I'd say a 9.

Name 3 DVDs or CDs you currently own.
I walked over to our rack, and pulled out the first three:
Biohazard's New World Disorder
Suicidal Tendencies' FreeDumb
Descendents' Liveage

If you were to win a superlative award now (such as most talented, class clown, most likely to succeed), what would it be?
Hands down, it was and still is, Most Talkative

Main Course
What is your favorite radio station?
Since my son is the station manager, I'll have to pick WVCW at VCU.

Complete this sentence: I believe __________ because __________.
I beieve in prophetic dreams because too many of mine have come true.

dena at 6:59 AM



at 9:20 AM Blogger novaks8 said...

I know how it is...I can talk too!

Do you ever talk and talk and then get off the phone and think "good grief I can't believe I talked their ear off like that!"?

at 9:39 AM Anonymous deana said...

I have no idea what your DVDs are. no clue. I have had a few dreams come true too, it is an odd feeling. Actually my best friend dreamed Melanie, my sister, came to her and let her touch her tummy, that she was pregnant and it was a boy. I had spent the night with Sharon that night, we had been out to some club. She jumped right out of bed and ran to tell me. That day I found out my baby sis was pregnant. It was Bizarre!

at 3:09 PM Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I LOVE this, Dena....
I am fascinated that you have had many dreams that were prophetic! Were they all nice ones or were some a bit scary, too or sad?

at 3:30 PM Anonymous Michel said...

ohhhhh...a 9 socially. I like that!

at 7:11 PM Blogger utenzi said...

Michele sent me to see you, Dena.

Appetizer: 2
Soup: Highlander; Spiderman2; Lonestar
Salad: no idea at all
Main Course: I don't have a favorite
Dessert: I believe UNC will beat Duke on Tuesday because I'm flippin' crazy

at 8:41 PM Blogger panthergirl said...

If my dreams are prophetic, I'm in some SERIOUS trouble!! I have the WEIRDEST dreams of anyone I know.

Here via michele, but it took me awhile to get in...

at 8:42 PM Blogger The Mistress of the Dark said...

I'd read the post, Dena but I'm too busy drooling on that picture of dessert. :)

at 11:20 PM Anonymous colleen said...

I commented here earlier today....I guess it didn't take. And I just wanted to say that I read your post that disappeared. I hope you can repost was a good one! I wasn't able to comment on it and still can't on What the Hell?

at 11:18 AM Blogger puremood said...

I'm reading via feed instead of blogger and I'm not sure which post it is you're missing but there is two in my feed that isn't shown here. "I gotta ask" and the "What the hell" one where you mentioned a missing post. If it's the I gotta ask post and you want a copy of it here it is:

I gotta ask By dena

How does one become the Liberty Tax Service Statue of Liberty or Uncle Sam?

Virginia Beach is a big city. We have over 450,000 people living here. We don't have an actual downtown, but we've got 80 bajillion neighborhoods, and a huge middle class population that waits for income tax season, with the hopes of getting a refund. There is a Liberty Tax Service, an H&R Block, or some other small tax service shop set up at every major intersection. There are a lot of major intersections in Virginia Beach and it's neighbor cities of Norfolk, Chesapeake, and Portsmouth.

If you're at a loss for a family entertainment activity, driving around the cities and rating the Liberty Dancers can fill a Saturday afternoon. Liberty Dancers are a diverse group. Men, Women, White, Hispanic, Black, Asian, Young, Old. Liberty is a true equal opportunity employer.

We have a Liberty about a mile from our home, and they have two Statues of Liberty out front. Not the best dancers, but great wavers and smilers. Upon further investigation I realized that the two women are part of a homeless threesome in our area. I'm not sure why the male part of the threesome didn't apply for the Uncle Sam part. He's tall and thin, and certainly fit the bill. Perhaps this Liberty doesn't have an Uncle Sam costume?

This threesome is a very odd little group. I sure many of you remember the Elizabeth Smart story from a few years back. Younger girl with two creepy adults. Well, that's this group. They walk up and down Virginia Beach Boulevard, and one of them is usually carrying a small appliance - a toaster oven, a microwave, a coffee pot. One time I saw them with a set of kitchen cutlery. Another time I saw them at the local mall carrying a bag of fetilizer. (There is not a store in the mall that carries fertilizer) I run into this threesome a lot, and the two women are always walking about five to ten steps behind the man, and always look at you and smile. He never does.

My guess is that he's sitting at the Hardee's across the street, sipping a cup of coffee in the warmth, while the two of them freeze, wave and smile in their Statue of Liberty attire.

But I still want to know. How do you get this job?

at 3:04 AM Blogger craziequeen said...

My award would be Most Accident-prone Award...




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