Friday Feast

On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest, how much do you look forward to your birthday?
I used to look forward to it immensely, and I still enjoy the idea of remembering the day I was born (all those many years ago!). I just wish I didn’t have to keep getting older. As far as a rating – hmmm, I’ll say 5, somewhere safely in the middle.

What is one word you don’t like the sound, spelling, or meaning of?
Suck. Even when it’s used for it’s actual meaning, and not in the pejorative sense.

Do you wear sunglasses when you’re outside? If so, what does your current pair look like?
I wear sunglasses more often than I used to (its another one of those age things, I guess). I tend to lose sunglasses, so I have about six relatively cheapo pairs scattered around the house and in the cars.

Main Course
If you were to write a book, to whom would you dedicate it?
I have written one book (unpublished, but still…) and partly because of the subject matter and partly just because she deserves it, I would dedicate it to my mother. The book I’m thinking about writing now, the one that’s marinating in my brain in preparation for NaNoWriMo next month, would be dedicated to my husband.

Name a beverage that you enjoy.
Coffee at sunrise, Chardonnay at dusk.

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13 thoughts on “Friday Feast

  1. Yummy dessert. Your main course sounds excellent. I cannot wait until NaNoWriMo next month either!

    I participated last year, but unofficially. This will be my first official participation.

    Great blog, I will be back!

  2. Love your feast – the dessert made me smile.

    Good luck with NaNo this year. This will be my fifth year, and fourth as ML.

  3. I agree with the others, Becca. Another great feast!

    I love the dessert, as well. I love coffee, especially the Brazilian beans–yum!

    The main course was so enjoyable, though–a book dedicated to your Mother–aaawww!

    I wish you the best with publishing it, Becca.


  4. I think a lot of people have a book brewing in their brains. I have about 3. I need to do something about that… Great feast!

  5. I agree with you on the soup, only because the students I teach use it for *everything.* I always say, “Can’t you think of another word to use??”

  6. Great Feast. Thanks for visiting my site. I agree about the word “suck” but I do use it often, mainly because my nephew calls his pacifier his “suck”.

    I drink Coke in the morning and Prosecco at dusk. 🙂

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