Thursday, August 30, 2007

Friday Feast

Yay for Friday! I can't believe it's Labor Day Weekend already!

Appetizer: Who is the easiest person for you to talk to?
Definitely Jesse. We have probably spent at least half of the time we've known each other talking, especially since we had a long distance relationship for a year and a half. He's not one of those silent types who doesn't like to talk - he thinks alot and we love to bounce ideas off each other about pretty much every topic under the sun!!

Soup: If you could live in any ancient city during the height of the quality of its society and culture, which one would you choose?
That's a weird question. Actually, I love everything having to do with pre-Civil War in America; I used to reenact that time period and love it. So it's not really ancient (yet) and there were definitely huge problems with the society, but I do think it would be my first and only choice.

Salad: What is the most exciting event you've ever witnessed?
Exciting bad: The 9-11 ordeal. I woke up to my radio alarm clock just after the first WTO tower had been struck, when no one knew what was going on. I ran to wake up my mom and we switched the tv on and saw the 2nd plane crash.
If it's supposed to be good-exciting... the only thing coming to mind right now is the growth of our little Bible study from non-existence to a vibrant and unified community of Christians of different denominations. I get so excited when I think about the privilege God has bestowed upon us to be a part of His work in this area of our church.

Main Course: If you were a celebrity, what would you do for a publicity stunt?
I'm not really a "stunt" person, although I do get silly in public sometime. It would be probably be something ridiculous and only if I thought no one was watching - in which case it would definitely not be a "publicity stunt" would it? The only part of being a celebrity I've ever thought would be very fun is dressing up for awards shows - it would be so fun to come and stun everyone with my unique dress choice...!!

Dessert: What do you consider to be the ideal age to have a first child?
Well, I can't say 24, since I can't jinx this next year (I turn 24 in 20 days) and my mom might have a heart attack if she read that. Although, ideally, I would love to have a baby this next year, but when all factors are weighed and wise decisions have to be made, 25 is looking much more ideal. Since I have to be a grown-up now.

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  1. Lovely feast. I like your Soup.

    My feast is up at

  2. For your dessert, no hurry ! 30 and up is still a very good time. I married at 25 and got my son at 30 so we had 5 years alone together and this is very important for a couple !

  3. Loved your feast. I think 25 is a lovely age for a babe - it's good to have time alone as a couple.

  4. I had my first baby at 23 and will be having my second this November at almost 29:) Great feast! Thanks for sharing!

  5. what a wonderful feast you served this week.

  6. Great feast...have an awesome weekend:)