Sunday, August 14, 2005

The Saturday Six

1. A reader to "Men's Journal" recently wrote about technological innovations, stating that there isn't any gadget he couldn't live without:  "To see how vital technology is, spend a few days in the backcountry without your phone, pager, PDA, laptop, cappuccino machine, or MP3 player.  You'll emerge cleansed and refreshed."  Could you go a whole week really roughing it with no modern conveniences?  Would you want to?

Absolutely. I've done it a number of times, both in the 'real world' and when camping or hiking. It is SO exhilerating. Of course, when you go a week without posting like I did, you have 288 or so alerts to catch up on it can be a bit of a pain. But is very much worth the effort. If you can trust yourself to do it!

2. What is the most you've ever paid for a:
    A) Shirt - probably 40 bucks
    B) Pair of Shoes - Over 120
    C) CD or Album - I think 35 bucks? it was a combo set
    D) DVD - Can't be more than 20, right?
    E) Book - Hrm. Textbooks in college were fierce..some like ninety bucks!
    F) Vacation - Easily $3500.00. I'm married, don't forget

3. Looking back at the answers to#2, which one was the most foolish?

Definately the shirt. I can look fashionalbe for far less- you have to love T.J. Maxx!!!

4. Take this quiz:   Which snack food are you?Ooooo healthy! You're an apple!
What Snack Food are You?

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5. There are three wells:  Love, Beauty and Creativity.  If you could only drink from one of them, which would you choose and why?

Love - it is the answer to all problems. It solves every argument, heals every wound, and is the lifeblood of all else. It is the beginning and the end. Love is all we need.

6. If you were another person, do you think you would be friends with the person you know as yourself?

Maybe - if I weren't so loud and obnoxious half the time.