Courtesy of Sunday Stealing:
1. Make a list of 5 things that you can see without getting up:
monitor, dog, cat, book, Kleenex, Coke
2. How do you style your hair?
Blow and go
3. What are you wearing now?
dang reading glasses
4. What's your occupation?
This time of year it's tax-preparer 24/7
5. What do you hear right now?
The dog licking and I won't tell you what she's licking
6. Who was the last person you hugged?
A client; her husband has major health issues and she's struggling to cope
7. What is/was for dinner?
Chinese take-out, all alone.
8. What did you do today?
fixed breakfast for my parents, washed 5 loads of laundry, went grocery shopping, took out the trash, walked the dog several times, ran some errands, browsed the Internet, went to my office where I worked on clients' tax returns, did some light cleaning, and hung some curtains. Sunday is only a day of rest for the religious.
9. Dog person or cat person?
In the last few years, both.
10. If you had to change your name, what would you change it to?
11. What was the last thing that you bought?
a lamp shade which looks better on the lamp than it did on my head
12. If you could afford to go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
San Francisco to see my daughter. It's not the money to get there that's the problem; it's the time away I can't afford.
13. Where do you see yourself in five years?
In the mirror with even more grey hair
14. Where's your birthmark?
in my pants where you can't see it
15. What are you doing this weekend?
Was there a weekend? See #8. Saturday I worked at the office until 2:00, got dinner for my parents and watched a movie (see #17).
16. Which book are you reading at the moment?
The Art of Table Dancing - A birthday gift from last month
17. The last movie you've seen?
Mary and Max - a great animated film based on a true story of a pen-pal relationship between a young Australian girl and a middle-aged man with Asperger's syndrome from New York. The art work and claymation are wonderful and so are the voices of Toni Collette and Philip Seymour-Hoffman.
18. What are you doing tomorrow?
About 12 tax returns