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2000:  High Stepping
2001:  In the Arms of the Angel
2002:  Dubya, Rudy and Jed
2003:  Ghosts
2004:  Off and Running
2005:  Hit Me with a Meme

2006: 'Tis the Season
2007:  The Poopiest Puppy Ever

2008: Hope and Disappointment
2009:  The Return of Higgins
2010:  Merry Christmas
 Loss and Grief
2012: Creative Writing, Part 2
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2014: Finding Sherlock
2015  Water, Water Everywhere
2016: What a Game!
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November 3, 2019

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 Wednesday Medley




1. All things pumpkin are everywhere. What is your one very favorite pumpkin flavored food or drink?  Do you wish it was available all year or do you only want it in the Fall?

I'm not a huge pumpkin fanatic, but I do love pumpkin pie and order it whenever I see it, no matter what time of year.

2. What product would you seriously stockpile if you found out they weren't going to sell it anymore?

Best Foods mayonnaise

3. What is the most interesting thing you have seen online this week?

I read a fascinating article about the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, from This Week magazine.  It really is interesting to read this week!!

4. Is it better to be a "big fish in a small pond" or a "small fish in a big pond"?

I go for the small fish.

5. Do you play chess?  Are you good at it?

Let's put it this way -- I know how the pieces move.  But "how to play," not really.  A 3rd grader could be me (and did a couple of years ago!)

6. Tell us something random about your week.

I visited my mother, and I wrote three blog entries so I can leave my computer home when we go to Santa Barbara this weekend.

7. What is your favorite Frank Sinatra song?

I enjoy Sinatra.  I don't know if I have a favorite, but among the top would be "My Way," "New York, New York," and maybe "Strangers in the Night."

8. Has your state approved the sale of medical marijuana?  In a nutshell, what are your thoughts on the subject?

California has approved marijuana for everything, which I think it is.  It's so much less lethal than alcohol.  It should have been approved for medical reason decades ago.  It was the only thing that helped my aunt's pain when she was dying from cancer and she had to find drug dealers to get some.  Not  right!!!

9. Einstein’s Theory of Happiness is: “A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness.”   Was Einstein right?

Well, as far as MY life is concerned, he was.

10. Do you enjoy fresh peaches?  What is your favorite way to use them in a recipe?

I love fresh peaches, but don't have them very often and rarely cook with them.  I remember when the kids were little and I liked to make peach ice cream.  Yum...


Walt and I are in Santa Barbara for the weekend, helping Alice Nan's husband celebrate his retirement.  Because so many people are coming to town, we have to stay in a motel this time, and that's always such a hassle to use my computer.

SO.  I'm doing Saturday 9 and Sunday Stealing before I leave and will link to them and then write Monday's entry when I get home. 

Sadly, Ned and Marta were coming too, but the stress of the past month has finally hit Ned and he has come down with shingles and is too uncomfortable to drive 400 miles to spend the weekend having the grandkids climb all over him.  So he and Marta are holding down the fort while we're gone.


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