QotD: Dreamy

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What did you dream about last night?

I dreamt that we were traveling to China - Eric, me, and the 3 kids, although they were all teenagers. The plane was leaving at 2:22 am and we didn't get out of bed until ~ 1:30. There was about a cup of milk left in the refrigerator. Chris drank that and Kitt and BJ were putting small items in their bags. Like one pair of underwear! Everyone was moving in very slow motion and I remember remarking that if we didn't get going we were going to miss the flight (!!!). Then someone checked to see if the flight was delayed. It was! And that's when I woke up.

I wonder how that trip turned out! :)

QotD: Game On

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What was the last game you played?

If I interpret this very loosely, it was at the gym in a water class. The instructor had us running individual relays in the pool, out to the first set of stairs and back, then to the second set of stairs and back, to the island and back, and finally out of the pool at the other end and back. All of this in maximum 3 feet deep water. I thought I'd be really good at this, even though it was my first time in the class. HA! Of the 15 of us that competed, I was in the last 5. Well, so much for that theory! But it was loads of fun and I'm looking forward to the class on Friday.

Interpreted not so loosely, it was playing either I Spy or Sorry w/ Kitt, Sam, and Jackson. Tough playing w/ little kids since you want them to win, but you also want them to win fair and square. And, I for one, want them to be gracious about winning. "Hey, maybe next time it'll be you!" But then, I think the same goes for playing w/ adults. I do not like arrogant winners. It's a "game".

QotD: Written By Yours Truly

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If you could write a book about anything, what would it be about?

If I were to answer today, it would be about my life and how it's evolved. I'd tell about what it was like growing up and include maps to places that I liked going to, as well as photos of them. A storybook of my life.

(I was thinking about work earlier ... wouldn't it be fun if everyone in at the staff meeting shared an aspect of themselves that was little known? What makes these folks tick? Because they're certainly not interesting to work with, but they probably think the same thing of me!)

Anyway, MY book would include nutrition and the journey from meat-and-potatoes Indiana to nearly-vegetarian Arizona, as well as what-worked-for-me exercise tips.

It would not be a best seller. :)