I've been looking for something light to write so I wouldn't have to think very hard. I saw this on Lori's blog today and it seems to fit the bill.
7 Burning Questions
1. If you could have an endless supply of any food, what would it be and why?
Just one? Lately I've been craving pizza. Could I get different toppings? Maybe a dessert pizza with chocolate once in a while?
2. If you were an animal, what would you be and why?
I've always wanted to be a tiger. They're so sleek and smooth and powerful.
3. If you could describe yourself using only three words, what words would you use?
Loyal, intelligent, fun (I'll have to ask Adam what he would say)
4. If you could be a super hero, who would you be and why?
Hmmm ... I don't know too many superheroes. Somebody who can fly, I guess. I always wanted to be able to fly.
5. What is the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you?
I think I've become immune to embarrassment. It's probably a result of overexposure.
6. What is one of your biggest pet peeves and why?
I really can't stand spelling and grammatical errors. I don't like finding them in other people's work and I hate finding them in my own.
7. Out of red, green, blue, yellow and orange which one is your favorite color?
Depends on what I'm choosing. Probably blue or green overall.
If you chose red what is one of your favorite hobbies?
If you chose green what is your favorite place?
If you chose blue what is one favorite memory?
If you chose yellow what is your dream job?
If you chose orange it’s a wild card and you can tell us anything about yourself!
My favorite memory of my favorite place, huh? Well, it may not be my favorite place in the world, but it's definitely a good memory. I was visiting a friend in New Zealand (back when I was single and could afford to travel to exotic places). One afternoon, her family and I took a picnic out of the city to a nearby-ish beach for the afternoon. Karekare is the only black-sand beach I've ever been to. The sand is so dark and fine, it feels like walking through brownie batter. At one point, my friend and I walked to the edge of the water. Turning around, I could see our footprints, side by side. Someday, I'd like to take another walk along that beach.