Saturday, January 29, 2005

Patrick's Saturday Six

1. Who is the first celebrity you recall having a crush on?  Elvis, of course.  Almost anyone my age will say the same.
2. What was your favorite amusement park ride when you were young?  No doubt the Tilt-a-whirl at Fairyland Park in Kansas City.  I was a real coward when it came to rides.
3. If you could change your name (first or middle but the name you go by), would you, and if so, what would you change it to?  At this point, no.  I'm used to my names.  I used to hate my middle name and still am not really fond of it, but middle names don't matter much.  You don't have to use them.
4. Go to and take the "First Name Analysis" test.  Do you agree with what the site comes up with?  I'd say the analysis is about 80% right.

"Although the name Donna creates an interest in the deeper aspects of life, we emphasize that it frustrates you through a scattered and emotional nature. This name, when combined with the last name, can frustrate happiness, contentment, and success, as well as cause health weaknesses in the heart, lungs, bronchial area, liver, and bloodstream.

Your first name of Donna has made you happiest when you are expressing in some creative, artistic way, and not conforming to strict routine. In a large group of comparative strangers, you are quiet and rather shy, unable to express yourself, not really wanting to become involved in conversation. On the other hand, among friends with whom you feel at ease, you are expressive, witty, and quite charming. These contrasting natures make it difficult for people to understand you and can lead to friction in your personal life. You are deep, philosophical, and refined, but your extremely sensitive nature causes you to become depressed and self-pitying over any real or imagined slight."

5. Other than Johnny Carson, which former talk show host's tape archives would you most like to visit, and why?  Jack Parr

Jessie:   If you were in good health, would you donate a kidney to a friend who's dying regardless of what your family's opinion are and if yes or no, why or why not?

Yes.  My mom lived with one kidney from 1962 until she died in 2004.  No problems.  And she was diabetic!

1 comment:

csandhollow said...

O wow We have many of the same answers!