Time for a little Sunday Stealing (hosted by Bev Sykes) -- questions lifted from all over the blogosphere. This week's list was stolen from Sleepy Rambles.
1. What is on your mind right now?
Mostly medical stuff, unfortunately.2. Do you know anyone who has attended Harvard University?
Yes.3. How many books are in the room you’re in?
I haven't counted them. We've turned a bedroom into a "study" where we keep most of our books. I've tried to keep them out of the living/dining room area (where I am right now), but we ended up putting one bookcase in here, too. Mostly art books.
4. Do you save at least 15 percent of your income?
No idea. The Hubby is our financial officer. We save, but I don't really know what percentage.5. When was the last time you had a rainy day spent at home?
Please don't get me started on rainy days. Parts of our area are still underwater from all the flooding we've had lately. But, to answer the question — I try not to go out when it's raining, so I spend most rainy days at home.6. When was the last time you stayed home from school/work?
N/A — I'm retired.7. Do you write “yes” or “no” answers to surveys or do you explain more?
Depends on the survey and the mood I'm in.8. Is there any type of medicine you can’t take? For what reason?
Hmmmm. Strange question.9. Do you have a favorite pair of pajamas? What do they look like?
I wear nighties. I do have a favorite. It looks just like a nightie.10. Would you rather have potato or chicken noodle soup if you had to?
That would probably depend on who's making the soup. I like them both.11. Do you believe that when a person appears in your dreams, that person wants to see you?
No.12. When’s the last time you saw your mom?
My mother died over 15 years ago. I was with her when she died.13. What is one food you could eat for a month, straight, and not get sick of?
Pasta. But not for breakfast.14. Have you ever spray painted something about your love somewhere?
No. The only thing I've ever spray painted was a bunch of pinecones for Christmas one year. I did love the pinecones, though.15. Do you live in a town where basically everyone knows everyone else?
No. Our community is pretty small, but not that small.