My dear friend over at Just Jotting Along took one look at this week's Sunday Stealing and decided that it wasn't for her so she's come up with her own meme, I must say I think she's done a good job – just the right number of questions, quality over quantity! Has she started something she might regret – what's coming next week??
1. Tell me about something you still own from your childhood, or something you remember and wish you still had.
I still have a wooden jewellery box which is decorated with sea shells collected on Clacton beach. I lived near London at the time so a trip to the seaside was an adventure.
2. Name one piece of music that means something to you and why.
Not so much a piece of music but I have to choose 'You are the sunshine of my life' by Stevie Wonder, it was the first dance at my wedding, ahhh.
3. Do you ever read a book a second time? What book/s
I'm thinking about this one, there was one I remember reading twice but I can't remember without Googling (just pops off to Google) oh yes – I remember now it was Harnessing Peacocks by Mary Wesley. I generally only read a book once because I know what happens at the end!!
4. If you could pass a law what would it be?
I'd like for normal individuals to be able to report and influence the outcome for idiots who drive while talking on their mobile phones – there's never a policeman around when you want one!
5. What did you have for dinner?
Lazy dinner tonight – Pizza and oven chips, I don't do much on a Saturday (those that know might say I don't do much any night!)
6. Do you have a recurring dream? What is it and what does it tell you about yourself?
Do you know, I really don't remember many of my dreams so I can't answer that one!
7. What's the first record you ever bought?
Sad Old Kind of Movie by Picketywitch!! And I didn't have to think to remember that one!
8. Town or Country?
I've lived in a town for most of my life apart from when I first married and I lived in a small village in the middle of nowhere. I think I like where I am now which is on the edge of a town, convenient for the coast and country – sorry, I know that's not a clear cut answer!