1) Lefty or Righty?
2) The happiest time of your life is/was:
When I was a little girl and had not yet started school. My dad would be at work & I’d have my mom to myself all day long. We had good times together. Sometimes we’d visit my Aunt Franny, or go shopping with our best friends who were also our neighbors. I am still friends with them.
3) What is your earliest memory?
It was Valentines Day in…1961? Mom was taking me for a spin in my stroller when an elderly neighbors stopped us. He had a giant (for my small hands) chocolate heart for me. It was beautiful! The way the red foil sparkled in the sunlight; not to mention the smooth yet crinkly texture. I was mesmerized; turned it over and over again in my hands.
4) Most embarrassing moment (that you’ll admit to):
So many from which to choose! Farting on a first date is always a good one.
5) What makes you laugh out loud?
When people try to stuff WHOLE Portobello mushroom in their mouths. Whole. It gets me every time!
6) Name one thing you would like to “fix” for all of mankind, be it a collective thought or gift to give:
If only we were all color blind…
7) Evolution or Creation?
Yes. I think that G-d is responsible for both.
8) Do you remember any of your high school teachers – who and why?
I was far too busy in high school to attend my classes. What with smoking cigarettes (or whatever) in the adjacent park, lunching at Tastee-Freez across the street, trying to look, feel, and act cool..who had time to actually go inside the school? Unless to powder my nose or cake on that 6th coat of mascara…The instructors are a dim memory. I do however, remember my kindergarten teacher. Her name was Miss Jamieson. She was very kind to me and stopped he other kids from making sport of the horrific case of separation anxiety. She was beautiful inside, and to me, outside as well. One day some kids were talking about how ugly she was & I went ballistic. That was they day I learned the difference between inner beauty, which matters, and so-called outer beauty, which does not. The lesson was forgotten during my teen years, obviously.
9) Who is your hero and why?
Vivian D. Mazur (my mom), Golda Meir and Benazir Bhutto. Gutsy, smart, courageous.
They are women who made a difference.
10) Can we make a “Better” tomorrow? How would you contribute?
Sharing. Everyone has something to share whether it be material, knowledge, a talent or gift.
11) Inn-ie or Out-ie?
Innit to win it!
Thanks Monique, this was fun!
To the first eleven people who visit my page, please answer the above questions, if the spirit moves you. Enjoy!