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{August 19, 2011}   Five Question Friday for August 19th,2011

I absolutely can NOT believe that I’ve been doing this Post a Day challenge for over 8 months now…It just doesn’t feel like it has actually been that long!

Summer’s nearing an end and here where I am, I’m very happy about that fact, especially if it brings cooler weather and of course, RAIN. Bring on the Fall!

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On to the questions!

1. Do you close the bathroom door when you are home alone? Usually, but not all the time…I have to know that the front door is locked , though2. You have to walk around with a word on your forehead. That word describes you. One word. What is it?  

Probably silly or crazy 🙂3. What store do you refuse to shop at and why?  

Really expensive stores where I can’t afford ANYTHING probably…like Gucci or Prada….for example. As far as other stores, I don’t think there’s any I would completely refuse to shop in, maybe I wouldn’t shop for myself but if there’s something in the store that I would buy for someone else, I would go in there4. If you participated in arranged marriages for your child(ren), who would you choose for your child(ren)?

I don’t have children yet, but when I do, there’s no way I would be for arranged marriages. I would just hope they found someone who would treat them well and love them unconditionally.5. If you could pick how and when you would die, would you?  

Yea, possibly….I would definitely pick to die in my sleep peacefully….as far as the when, I don’t know what age, but I would hope I would make it to old age…. 

Arranged marriage? I think most parents barely know what makes a good marriage, so why would they choose their children’s partners? Unless there was some huge financial deal involved, but that’s really not why we have children.

I would love to live to 100 years old, just to say I did it!

eof737 says:

You are funny Sharon… But I don’t think you’re crazy. 🙂

Well…..maybe not crazy as in Mental Hospital need to be locked up crazy……more like silly crazy. I know my nieces think so, especially when I am tired. I like to act silly sometimes like a little kid…who says adults have to always be so serious?

I love your questions, and admire how faithfully you blog! I rarely close the bathroom door all the way when there ARE others home. I warn the others, but we all know that if a door is open it is fine to enter. Otherwise knock or enter at your own risk. I never thought about that before! We probably wouldn’t do that if there were more of us here. I don’t know how I want to die (I can think of some ways I DON’T want to!), but I just hope everyone lets me die peacefully.

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