Friday, November 12, 2010

5 Questions for Friday

1. Did your family have any Thanksgiving traditions when you were growing up?

2. What's your favorite Disney movie?

3. What's the last article of clothing you bought? Was it a good purchase?

4. Favorite Christmas cookie?

5. Have you ever gotten a speeding ticket? If yes, please tell the story. :)


  1. 1. Olives on fingers
    2. Sleeping Beauty
    3. A custom hat from a knitter friend - we shall see.
    4. Russian Tea Cakes
    5. Yes. On Academy on the way to a babysitting job when I was 16. I still can't drive past Union without thinking of it.

  2. 1.Our Thanksgiving tradition was making a cranberry, orange relish. We have fun Christmas traditions, I think the most tradition that we have for T-Day is food.
    2.Little Mermaid
    3.Tim Tebow jersey, I'll let you know if it was a good purchase once I wear it, not sure I'll be wearing it this year :)
    4.cookie cutter cut out decorated with sprinkles.
    5.I have had 1 speeding ticket, a year ago. I was coming down S. Academy by Ft. Carson and I went thru a construction zone and was not going the lower speed limit :(

  3. 1. We always went to my Aunt's home for Thanksgiving, and she would say, "Happy Turkey Day!" She's 84 now and just as lovely as ever.
    2. Sleeping Beauty
    3. Some T-shirts I bought for $1 each at Wal-mart. At that price, I couldn't afford NOT to buy them!
    4. Russian Tea Cakes
    5. Actually, no, but I did get a ticket for an expired license plate in 1972.

  4. 1. My dad got this box from a Christian ministry called "ThanksLiving." In it was a thing to read the story of the pilgrims, and little props to pass around as he read. Most of the tradition was the making fun of Thanksliving, not so much the Thanksliving itself. Though as I got older, I definitely appreciated it more.

    2. Not sure I can pick a favorite...Peter Pan maybe? But some of that is because I'm currently burnt out on princess movies. ;)

    3. Some gold flats with flowers on them on sale for I think $6 at Target. Yes, I'm wearing them nonstop.

    4. Anything with toffee

    5. Yes, when I was driving from Tulsa to Kansas City in 2002. I was in the middle of nowhere, and just when I decided to pass someone, the oncoming car happened to be a cop. I think the ticket was $105.