Oh Yes, It’s Still Monday, Yes!

April 2, 2012


It’s 8pm and I’m just getting started on my Monday. Don’t ask. :-p

So now it’s time for…. Meet Me on Monday!

Acting Balanced

This week’s questions are very thoughtful ones. And not one about food, yay! LOL

1. Did you prank, get pranked or ignore April Fool’s Day?
I ignore it. I always have. In school, there were always the jokesters (aka, mean people) who saw April Fool’s as an excuse to be cruel to people under the guise of a “joke.” Even my pig-headed brothers never liked pranks, which is amazing considering what jerks they were. šŸ˜‰ When we wanted to be mean, we just beat each other up and were done with it. Simple as that.

2. What is the most unusual thing you have in your pantry or refrigerator right now?
Uh. Probably the spinach-artichoke hummus?

3. If you were in the “Miss America” (or another) talent competition, what would your talent be?
Well that’s a big, big “if.” God gave me some nice talents: singing, drawing, building things. But I look dang-awful in a bikini, so, not a chance.

4. What is one thing you miss about being a kid?
Not being weighed down by cares. Of course, kids DO have cares. I was a worrier, anyway. I was small for my age and wore thick glasses, so I had my share of worrying about Big Bad Bully Bertha, and I worried about my mom dying, and I worried about my creepy neighbor, and …. come to think of it, I’m LESS anxious than I used to be! But that’s because I have peace with God through Jesus Christ. He healed my anxious way of thinking. Oh, I also miss being able to ride a bike wicked-fast up a mound of dirt and go flying over the hill.

5. If you HAD to change your name, what would you change it to?
Quantasia Anastasia Dominique DuPont.




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3 Responses to “Oh Yes, It’s Still Monday, Yes!”

  1. Petula Says:

    That is absolutely the best name change ever! LOL

  2. Susi Says:

    That’s an interesting name choice. . . Very unique. šŸ™‚ I pretty much ignore April Fool’s Day. . . My kids still think it’s fun.

  3. lin Says:

    I miss being bored. I can remember sitting on the curb as a kid, waiting for somebody to come out and we’d find something to do. I loved being a kid–we had a great neighborhood with lots of kids, space and freedom. Kids don’t have freedom like we did back then. We were NEVER in the house—ever. I miss that.