It's Friday, so let's have a Feast.
Appetizer - How fast can you type?
Fast enough so I never find myself wishing I could type faster.
Soup - What is your favorite online game?
I don't play any online games, but I do the Jigzone puzzle every morning using the 80 piece classic cut.
Salad - On a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 as highest), how intelligent do you think you are?
Oh my, this is a loaded question. For those of us with overly logical thought patterns, the first thing we want is a definition of intelligence as intended in this question.
I'll try to get over it and give a simple answer.
For most of my life I've had the pleasure of working with or going to school with some of the most intelligent people in the world. And then there are my overachieving siblings to consider.
I give myself a 7.5.
Main Course - Name three of your best teachers from your school years.
Mrs. Moore, third grade, Vicksburg Elementary School. She really cared about the kids in her class.
Mrs. Foster, ninth grade home economics. She warned us about boys, but we were young and thought she was nuts.
My All Time Favorite Teacher: Ruth Ann Erskine, advanced math, Marshall High School.
She taught the beauty of mathematics and she taught me how to think.
Dessert - What are your plans for this upcoming weekend?
Depends on the weather.
If the rain lets up, there will be yard work. Possibly with a new tractor. I will try to walk the narrow line between getting sore and getting too sore.
If it stays cold and wet, I will be knitting and catching up on Bloglines.
Heather's socks are down to the toes, so before the weekend is over I'll be casting on a new pair. Yarn and pattern yet to be determined.
On Sunday there will be church, brunch, and the Sunday paper to read.
Sometimes life is more interesting than this, but I'm happy for quiet weekends at home, too.