Sunday, November 5, 2006

Patrick's Saturday Six

I haven't done one of these for a couple of weeks; time to get back in the groove:

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 trick-or-treaters did you have this year? Were that more, less, or the same as last year?  Not a single one, and that's the same as the last few years.  There are kids in our country neighborhood, but they'd rather not waste their time in the country.  They go to town where they can make a real haul.

2. What kind of halloween candy did you buy?  This is the first year I didn't buy some candy "just in case".  I gave each of my granddaughters a dollar for trick-or-treat before they went home, and if anyone else had shown up, they'd have gotten a dollar also.

3. What's the next topic you intend to blog about?  I'm not sure:  I'm thinking about doing an entry based on something my granddaughter Natalie said Friday; and I'm going to do an entry before long with a video of me riding my horse, Blue, while I "pony" my new filly, but I want her to get better at it first.  I pretty much blog on impulse.

4. Take the quiz: What is your beer personality?

Oh please... beer personality?  I'll pass.

5. Do you like the taste of beer? Have you ever tried this particular one?  Nope.  Nope.

6. Which of the following in your home is more full: your dishwasher, your washing machine, your dryer, your sink or your hamper?  (I don't have a dishwasher, by the way) I'd say the hamper.

3 comments:

randlprysock said...

Love your answers Mosie !!  I haven't played any of these things in a while either.  It's been a zoo around here and I am sorry I am slow getting around to journals.  Hugs,
Lisa

karlaellen said...

A post about (whatever) your granddaughter Natalie said
sounds like it would be interesting.
I don't have any grandchildren but always like to see
pictures about the ones others have and hear their stories.

Your vidio with you and Blue was great and the picture
of your Cliff on Blue was extra special. I even showed it to
my husband.
He does not like horses but has no fear of them.
I like them but have way to much fear.
Wish I could have over come that years ago when I
used to ride.
At least I did not cry while on a horse the way I
sometimes did when the ski lift would let us off at the
top of a snowy icy mountian and the only way down was
standing on 2 boards and holding on to 2 ski poles.
Everyone would head down the mountian and I would
just stand there alone begging God to please please help me.
Then when at the bottom we would get right back on the
chair and go back to the top.
Never had any broken bones (and am still alive) so he must
have been listening.
Karla~WA

cyandfayedavis said...

As usual, your entries made me smile.  So honest...and I believe..what you see is what you get.