Wednesday, July 30, 2008

You've Got Questions, Well I've Got Answers

Question of the Week #8
What is your favorite supper for a hot summer evening?

My Paster cooks the best BBQ Chicken Drumettes and warm potato salad. The meat is so tender it falls off the bone. She told me the recipe once, but she said it so fast I knew she didn't want me to remember it. No need to. It gives me a reason to call her and beg.

Question of the Week #7
What is(are) your favorite place(s) to knit? and
What supplies (besides yarn & needles) make the setting perfect for knitting?

In the corner of my sectional couch. I'ts nice and cozy there. I must have my tape measure, crochet hooks, and scissors close by as well as something cool (preferably water) to drink.

Question of the Week #6
What is your favorite type of project to take along on holiday/vacation?
If you’d like to share a story…Tell us about a time that you packed too much knitting or were stranded without knitting.

I like to pack whatever I'm currently working on. I really like to finish projects. I don't recall ever packing too much knitting although I sure do hate sitting through those boring work meetings without my knitting.

Question of the Week #5
1) Where is your favorite place to go for vacation/holiday?
2) Where is one place you’d like to go?

I just like getting on planes and landing in a different spot. A plane could take me 10 miles and I would probably pack for a week and be extra excited. With that said, I love New York.

I would really like to go to Turks & Caicos or tour Africa or Europe for a month.

There you have it! Current again.

Kamika Divulged


Anonymous said...

LOL@that fast recipe. You'll just have to experiment on that one 'til you get it...though it's always better when someone else makes it!

Pajnstl said...

i like your vacay destinations. I want to go to visit them all.

Lovely Lady Luxe said...

Try a vacation to Belize! My parents are from there but I recently visited for the 1st time last year. It was heaven on earth!
But if you can't make it there, NYC ain't too shabby either! :)