Friday’s Feast :: my 15th!

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Who is the easiest person for you to talk to?

My husband. He knows exactly what I’m trying to say, even when I can’t say it in any legible way. And we think in such similar ways!

If you could live in any ancient city during the height of the quality of its society and culture, which one would you choose?

Based on culture and society, I am not sure. I guess my history isn’t so hot! I imagine that I would like Seville, because I picture crisp white sheets blowing over fields of lavender with neat and simple light colored adobe buildings rising in the background. I could imagine chewey, crusty bread baking in huge stone hearths, filling the home with it’s fragrance.

That’s what I want, good bread and wine, crisp white lavender scented sheets, and a clean home. Give me those things and I could live anywhere.

What is the most exciting event you’ve ever witnessed?

Exciting? That’s an interesting choice of words…

I once witnessed a vehicle accident in which a truck was air born and spinning over the top of my own vehicle. That was exciting in the sense that it got my heart pumping.

But as far as a happy/exciting, it may have been our wedding day. Or at least the ten minute ride in the trick to our wedding night cottage. Talk about anticipation!

Either that, or when I was giving birth to my first daughter and reached down and felt the long damp hairs of her pointy little head when it first peeked out to check out the world. That was probably the most amazing/exciting thing I’ve ever experienced.

Main Course
If you were a celebrity, what would you do for a publicity stunt?

Nope, not for me. Can’t even imagine it.

What do you consider the ideal age to have a first child?

Well… I was 22, and I think that worked OK. But then again, she is pretty darn crazy.


3 thoughts on “Friday’s Feast :: my 15th!

  1. You’ve got me wanting bread now!

    I like your Salad – your daughter’s birth is an excellent choice. Of course that is exciting. I wish I had thought of that. They set up a mirror so I could watch my daughter being born. It was so amazing!

    Oh my feast is here.

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