Here are this week's "Saturday Six" questions. Either answer the questions in a comment at Patrick's Weekender, or put the answers in an entry on your journal...but either way, leave a link to your journal at Patrick's Weekender so that everyone else can visit! To be counted as "first to play," you must be the first player to either answer the questions in a comment or to provide a complete link to the specific entry in your journal in which you answer the questions. A link to your journal in general cannot count. Enjoy!
1. How many different time zones have you lived in? Only this one, central. Which one would you most like to live in? I've always wanted to live in Colorado... what's that... Mountain standard time?
2. What is the current setting of your home's thermostat? Not applicable here, since we don't have air conditioning. Do you adjust it up or down based on the time of day, or leave it at one setting at all times? We do have a small window unit in the bedroom. Normally we turn it off when Cliff gets up, but lately, with highs over 100, we turn it to a higher temperature setting (in other words, warmer) but leave it on, and that way the dog and I have a refuge at times, when the going gets too rough.
3. Go to your bedroom closet (or the closet in which you keep the majority of your clothes. Take a quick glance: what color do you see the most of? Blue Is this color your favorite color? yes If not, why do you have more of it than your favorite color? Actually I didn't realize it was my favorite color until I stepped back a few years ago and noticed that half my clothes were blue!
4. Take the quiz: What kind of house are you? Take the quiz:
What Kind of House Are You?
You're an excellent multi-tasker, though at times you feel as through you are pulled in a dozen directions at once. Take things easy for a while and try to simplify your life. Maybe subdivide.
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5. Imagine your dream house: how many stories would your ultimate home have? Oh, I've imagined my dream house so many times! One story, a full basement, two bedrooms, a study... wait, that's more than you wanted to know, isn't it?
6. Ripped from the Headlines: An underage teenager decides he does not want to undergo a particularly rough regimen of chemotherapy to treat his cancer. With his parents' blessing, he decides to pursue an alternate treatment to be supervised by a clinic that is outside of the country. Should a court intervene and force the teen to undergo the "traditional" treatment? I'm not sure. How much does the prognosis for successful treatment with the chemotherapy affect your judgment? A lot.