July 20, 2008

One Word MeMe

I found this over at LaPaz Home Learning. I thought that I would give it a whirl.

They don't come more succinct than this. All answers to be a single word. No more.

1. Where is your cell phone? desk
2. Your significant other? strong
3. Your hair? brown
4. Your mother? worker
5. Your father? awesome
6. Your favorite thing? kids
7. Your dream last night? None
8. Your favorite drink? Pepsi
9. Your dream/goal? Peace
10. The room you’re in? Living
11. Your church? None
12. Your fear? death
13. Where do you want to be in 6 years? inland
14. Where were you last night? station
15. What you’re not? woodworker
16. Muffins? blueberry
17. One of your wish list items? beach
18. Where you grew up? Maryland
19. The last thing you did? eat
20. What are you wearing? Shorts
21. Your TV? On
22. Your pets? adopted
23. Your computer? lifeline
24. Your life? Good
25. Your mood? exhausted
26. Missing someone? yes
27. Your car? Patriot
28. Something you’re not wearing? Shoes
29. Favorite store? BooksAMillion
30. Your summer? short
31. Like(love) someone? Several
32. Your favorite color? Blue
33. Last time you laughed? yesterday
34. Last time you cried? Tuesday
35. Who will re post this? dunno

If you do this, please leave me a note so I can take a peek.



Frankie said...

I feel like a goofball -- I googled you so I could tell you sorry about your sinus infection, and I came to a post from September about homeschooling...just linked and responded to it. I didn't catch the date when I was answering it. What a goofball. Next time I won't be lazy and I'll use my bloglines to find you so I'm current.

So anyway, I am sorry to hear about your sinus infection. They really hurt, don't they? Sending healing vibes your way and hope you're over it very soon!

Fairiemom said...

I love these for something different to post. I linked through and also posted the One Word. Have a peek:

Tara said...

Interesting! I was just reading the memoir features in the new Oprah. One exercise to get people going when writing a memoir is to have them write a two page piece about a ten year period in which every sentence is three words or less. I thought that sounded like a neat exercise. Must be something about the sparseness of it all that gets us thinking...