Sunday, July 18, 2010

Getting to Know You

Thought I would play along...


1. If you had to choose a country to live in besides USA (or the country you live in), which would it be?



I would choose Australia. 


2. Which would be worse, wearing flip flops in the snow or wearing gloves in the summer?
Oh my...flip flops in winter would be way worse.  Cold hurts.
3. Fried or Bake and why?
Both because I can't choose!
4. If you were an entertainment reporter, which celeb would you love to interview and why?

Well I would have to interview Taylor Lautner or my daughter would kill me.  For me personally.  I would choose Johnny Depp.  Somehow he has managed to keep very private and I would like to know more about him.
5. What was your favorite book as a preteen/teenager?
The Outsiders hands down!


6. List your top 3 guilty pleasure television shows.

Phineas and Ferb, Desperate Housewives and old reruns of shows past.
7. What bumper sticker slogan best describes you/your attitude/your life?


8. If you were to join a circus - what performer would you be?

Getting to know YOU

7 comments:

Vanessamae said...

Lourie I adored you before! but when I saw phineas and ferb on your list, well I think I almost cried! I LOVE THAT SHOW!

Semi-Slacker Mom said...

Somedays I feel like Candace.

Aubree said...

flip flops in winter? eeeeek!
this is so fun i might play along too :D

Christina Lee said...

These are GREAT questions! Really: Phineas and Ferb?!?!?!

Linda Medrano said...

If I could live anywhere on the planet, I would live in Paris, France. In fact, if I get born again, I'm moving there as soon as I can walk, run, or swim. I will drink red wine every day and walk for miles and eat fresh baguettes, and learn to speak flawless Parisian.

Emmy said...

Oh I have always wanted to live or at least visit Australia. It would be a nice option as I already know the language :)

mormonhermitmom said...

My choice would be Scotland. From about a hundred years ago when the men wore skirts and haggis was a delicacy instead of a dare.