…..four more great questions from Cee
What was your favorite subject in school?
I want to say art but I didn’t take one art class in high school. Not because I didn’t want to. If I could have chosen any subjects I wanted I would have taken music, art and Family Studies but I was restricted to Latin and one other elective. I ended up taking Family Studies because I knew from the time I was twelve that I wanted to be a Family Studies teacher. So I guess I’d have to say that my favourite subject included cooking and sewing.
“Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away” (George Carlin). When have you had such a moment?
I guess I’d have to say at the births of my children.
What’s your choice: jigsaw, crossword, or numeric puzzles?
I like all three. I did a lot of jigsaw puzzles as a child. Now I do the occasional crossword but my favourite puzzles are Sudoku.
If you found an obviously abandoned car with $50,000 in the back seat, what would you do?
I think I would hand it into the police and hope that no one claims it and that the money can’t be traced. Eventually the money would be mine.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Last week I took a trip to Oshawa with my husband and daughter, G to visit my Dad. He recently sold his house and it was the first time G and my husband saw the new apartment. It was also the first time that I saw it furnished. Dad and Gu did a great job arranging their furniture in this new space and finding a place for all their belongings. I’m grateful that the move went without a hitch and that my 88 year father withstood the stress of moving. This week I’m looking forward to Easter and having the whole family (minus my son and his fiance in England) over for dinner on Saturday. I’m also looking forward to some warmer temperatures, even if they are suppose to be short lived.