Monday, November 19, 2007

Can't Trust That Day

Five questions for a Monday

1. Are there any songs that you dread hearing because it will get stuck in your head and you can't shake it?

2. Can you share a favorite Christmas memory or two?

3. This is a quote attributed to Albert Einstein. "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." This is a quote from the show Northern exposure
"Sometimes the mind, for reasons we don't necessarily understand, just decides to go to the store for a quart of milk." Which one can you relate to? Both?

4. Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall?

5. Do you understand the fascination that some people have with horror movies?


Barbara (aka Layla) said...

1. Yes! We torture each other at work with a few but I can't tell you which ones or they will go thru my head!

2. Getting my very first stereo at age 12. I cried. It was a huge financial burden but my dad (who I inherited my love of music from) talked my mom into it


4. Spring

5. Not really, do you?

Anonymous said...

1. Right now one of the I-Pod commercial songs is stuck in my head: "Music is my girlfriend...." The song is actually Music is My Hot Hot Sex but that's not the line stuck in my head.

2. When I was 12 I wanted a Bill Cosby album more than anything and despite the fact that my parents thought that was dumb and I'd get tired of it, I got the album. :)

3. I'd like to say only the 2nd one but I'm sure at times I just keep trying the same old thing over and over.

4. Fall = college football = happy

5. I can't even watch the commercials for horror films. You know this is not an exaggeration!


Wonder Boy said...

1. The one song that gets stuck in my head is "Fat Bottom Girls" by Queen. No idea just sticks.

2. One of my favorite Christmas memories is the Christmas Eve that a snow storm kept us from the usual family get together. We started to go and then realized we were nuts for trying. We stopped at the local grocery store on the way back home and I made homemade pizza for the family.

Barb I also got my first stereo one Christmas along with the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour Album so I was 14. Unlike you this was all my mothers doing. My dad thought that the music was "noise". I loved my record player.

3. I can relate to both of these although as I age the second quote is becoming more and more familiar.

4. All of them for me with the caveat that I'm warm. I think my italian / spanish heritage has something to do with my craving warmth.

M your answer is just another of the billion reasons that I love you.

5. No idea. They hold no fascination for me. I find them uncomfortable as do you M.