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2000:  Bottles of Chance
2001:  Confessions of a Klutz
2002:  Tool Time
2003:  Who Is Milton and Why Should I Care?
2004:  Portals of the Past
2005:  Cultural Icons
2006:   94 and Counting

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2009:
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2010:  So Many Books, So Few Hours
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2013: Topkapi Palace

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2 September 2018

Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. (Past hosts include: Our first - Judd Corizan, Mr. L, Kwizgiver and Bud) Cheers to all of us thieves!

Stolen from Freaky Poptart.

What is one thing that you would change about yourself if you could?
I'd like to have my energy back. This being exhausted all the time is the pits.

Name three exotic countries you would like to visit:
Kenya, Iceland, Brasil

What do you think the secret to life is?
Find a way to be content.

Best concert:
Judy Garland, 1961

Song you can listen to over and over and not get tired of:
"For Good" from Wicked, "Grandma's Feather Bed" by John Denver, "The Room where it Happened" from Hamilton

Band/artist you never thought you'd like but you do:
I learned to like Talking Heads.  A little.

Worst movie music soundtrack or score:
Bad me, I don't pay much attention to soundtrack unless they are stunning.

A song you wish wouldn't get stuck in your head but always does:
None comes to mind

Who was your FIRST date?
His name was Bill.  I dated him for 3 years and then he went into the seminary

Do you still talk to your FIRST love?
No.

What was your FIRST alcoholic drink?
Probably bourbon and ginger ale. My father made us tiny weak drinks when we he thought were old enough and bourbon was his drink.

What was your FIRST job?
Other than babysitting, washing bloody and poopy slides in a medical arts laboratory

What was your FIRST car?
I've never had my own car.  OUR first car, when we got married was a red Pontiac convertible.  Had to give it up when Jeri was born

Where did you go on your FIRST ride on an airplane?
I had won a one-way cruise from San Francisco to Los Angeles and we flew home.  I think the tickets on Southwest were $19.

Who was your FIRST best friend & do you still talk?
Two:  Judy Lucchesi and Gayle Tarzia and no, we don't still talk, though we have had lunch with other classmates twice.  Gayle and I are Facebook friends, though I think we are mirror opposites in most of our feelings.

Whose wedding did you attend the FIRST time?
Wow.  I don't remember, but the first wedding I was IN was my cousin's, in about 1960.  I was maid of honor.

Tell us about your FIRST roommate.
For 14 years it was my sister (4-1/2 years younger than I)

If you had one wish, what would it be (other than more wishes)?
For my mother's dementia to melt away before she turns 100.

What is something you would learn if you had the chance?
I speak a smattering of French and a smattering of Portuguese.  I'd like to speak a smattering of American Sign Language.

Did you marry the FIRST person you were in love with?
No

What were the first lessons you ever took and why?
I don't know how old I was, but my father taught me how to swim.

What is the first thing you do when you get home?
Usually go to the bathroom.

 

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