Wow! Are we 17 weeks into 2013 already?! Let’s see what Cee’s got for us to share this week:
When writing by hand do you prefer to use a pencil or pen? Definitely a PEN! And, like Trisha quips, it can’t be just “any” pen, it must be a good one! I am an avid “collector” of pens… part of my office supplies OCD issues, I’m afraid. But I do like a good blue Bic for everyday stuff. For Public Notary signatures, it has to be black and quality ~ no glops, no misses, no mistakes. Very professional. One of these days soon I’m going to post a sample of my handwriting, then you’ll understand.
Would you rather be given $10,000 for your own use or $100,000 to give anonymously to strangers? Unfortunately, $10,000 doesn’t go as far as it used to ~ that may sound strange to some who have little, but when you’re trying to find a newer, decent car (for example) $10,000 just doesn’t cut it. Nevertheless, I would much prefer to give $100,000 to strangers anonymously. During the holiday season, I frequently give anonymously to strangers, but I like to be nearby enough so that I can see their faces when they receive the gift. That is joy to me.
Would you rather take pictures or be in pictures? I would pretty much do anything to avoid having my picture taken. I did have professional portraits taken last fall to give to my husband for Christmas. But, other than that, I’d rather be behind the lens! Besides, taking photos is a creative outlet for me!
As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I’ve always loved animals of every kind, so when I was in elementary school, I always pictured myself becoming a veterinarian. When I reached middle school and discovered the typewriter (anyone remember what the IBM Selectric was?), it became my passion to become a “secretary” (as it was called back then). I always saw myself in a huge high rise like Trump Tower, in a big city like NYC maybe, making lots of money and being very important being “Mr. So-and-So’s secretary”. High aspirations for a 7th grader. Now, not so much, LOL! But that’s my story and I’m sticking to it!
Great questions, as usual, Cee!
Thanks for looking, and until next time, TTFN ~ Tamara