Monday, January 31, 2011

Meet Me on Monday!

Who are we? The bloggers that we chat with and rarely get to meet?
Meet Me on Monday is a way to get to know more about some of your fellow bloggers - I think it sounds super fun!  This is my first Meet Me On Moday!  It is hosted by Java @ Never Growing Old.
Here are the five questions for this Monday:
1.  What do you put on your hot dog?
2.  Do you play Sudoku?
3.  What is your favorite vegetable?
4.  Do you color your hair?
5.  What is your favorite brand of clothing?

My hot dog? Mustard - ONLY mustard - unless I get crazy and add cheese!

Soduku? I have played it - I truly LOVE brain games - puzzles of all kinds - but this for me is work!

My favorite vegetable?  
Okay - kidding - my favorite vegetable would have to be sugar snap peas!  Although if you asked my family they would say that it had to be garlic because I put it in everything - I personally think that garlic is a staple!
Do I color my hair? NO.  I did once - cost me a fortune and it didn't look all that different.  I would rather spend my money on books and chocolate! (I did use that colored mouse in high school!)  Perhaps one day I will be this brave!

My favorite brand of clothing?  This one threw me - I guess I have never thought about brand enough to have a favorite!  I have spent quite a bit of my life in "hand-me's" of one kind or another - you know "hand-me-downs" or "hand-me-ups" or the like.  I was the middle of three girls and only 13 months younger than my sister, so she wore it- then I did.  As we grew, she had a better job and great taste - so I continued to "borrow" her things ("hand-me-overs").  Now - with two children (16 & 21) I get my daughter's "No longer in fashions" and my sons "The sleeves are too shorts" and I call them "hand-me-ups" - they are great for around the house and weekends! Someday I guess it will all be called vintage!


Alison Can Read said...

Sugar snap peas are yummy!

I put nothing on my hot dog since I hate them. My 5th grade teacher told us what was in them, and I've never been able to stomach one since. It's illogical since I love brats and polish sausage and they're not that different...but even the smell of hot dogs turns my stomach.

Alison Can Read said...

What is a turkey roll?

Kate Campbell said...

No Ketchup - wow that seems strange to me. In Australia we love ketchup and also a thinner version we have called tomato sauce. We put it on everything.