Friday’s Feast ~My 2nd ~ September 21st, 2007

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Appetizer
What is your favorite type of art?

I enjoy the Impressionists like Monet…

Soup
When was the last time you got a free lunch (or breakfast or dinner)? Who paid for it?

My family was celebrating my niece’s birthday Saturday Sept. 15th at a wondeful restaurant in San Marino, California and my sister Lana picked up the tab for all of us.

Salad
On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest, how emotional are you?

I am probably a 6 in the world of emotions. I’ve become more comfortable showing my emotions as I’ve grown older. I’ll take a hanky with me especially at church because it seems this is where my tears flow easier. Oh and after I’ve had a glass of wine I cry easier, too. 🙂

Main Course
Approximately how long do you spend each day responding to emails?

Probably only about 15 minutes top…

Dessert
To what temperature do you usually set your home’s thermostat?

We like to keep the house on the cooler side especially at night. In California we like it at 72 degrees for air conditioning and 68 degrees for heat but we turn off the heat at night…

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13 thoughts on “Friday’s Feast ~My 2nd ~ September 21st, 2007

  1. Impressionism has always been my fav, but I fell in love with Monet’s work in particular, when I visited the National Gallery in London last month. Master pieces!
    Enjoy your weekend

  2. Your niece’s birthday must have been a wonderful occasion for all of you. The restaurant looks awesome, French perhaps!

    My dessert is similar but we keep the air conditioner set higher during the summer. I’m in California too.

    Plese visit my feat. I’m very late posting this week.

  3. Happy Friday. I like it cooler at night as well.. esp. here lately with all the wonderful hot flashes I’ve been having!! Can we all say… hormones?

    I’m sure your niece had a great birthday! Congratulations to her.

    Have a great weekend.

  4. The pancakes look very tastey for your feast.
    My college roommate did a report on Monet, at that time no computers just typewriters- so I typed the report for her and ever since have been a fan of Monet.

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