Saturday, January 26, 2019

Sunday Stealing- Conversation Starters

What are some small things that make your day better?  caffeine, quiet time alone in the morning, prayer, smiles and greetings from co-workers and hugs from the kids.

 What shows are you into?  Blacklist, Suits, New Amsterdam, Manifest, The Good Doctor, A Million Little Things, Victoria

What TV channel doesn’t exist but really should?  Maybe something like Hallmark, but it has tv shows instead of movies.  I love the idea of Hallmark and no violence, language explicit scenes.  I don't have to worry about what I am watching.  I would love it if there were more shows like that.  They do have a few tv shows and I watch them, but during the week I guess.  Shows with morals. 

Who has impressed you most with what they’ve accomplished?  Probably any inventor that has made something that we are all using. 

What age do you wish you could permanently be?  maybe 35...not too young to not know things, but young enough to still feel good (no aches and pains) and be able to lose weight easier.

 What TV show or movie do you refuse to watch?  I will not watch movies/tv shows that have too much bad language or nudity.  Suits is really pushing it with language.  I hate reality tv and refuse to watch any of that.

 What is something that is considered a luxury, but you don’t think you could live without? electricity/water, baths, clothes, car, house...too many things and I am thankful for all I do have. 

What’s your claim to fame?  I do not really have a claim to fame.  I do seem to get most of the children with autism to work with.  I enjoy them and I am decent at working with them.  At my previous teaching job, they sent all of the children with autism to me because I had so much experience.

What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way?  read a book...hold them in my hands and read them. 

What’s your favorite genre of book or movie?  I enjoy a mystery or a romance. 

How often do you people watch?  I watch kids interact everyday, but like out shopping or at the mall, hardly ever. 

What have you only recently formed an opinion about?  I am not liking the New York abortion thing they passed where you can abort a baby at 9 months.

 What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?  maybe my facebook games I pop and Fashland.  They are not a huge part of my life, but I do play them for a little bit to de-stress after work.  I am not that stressed anymore though.

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?  Kissimmee, Florida...we took our son down several years ago and stayed 2 weeks.  It was so much fun. 

What is the most heartwarming thing you’ve ever seen?  Probably a youtube video about animals or kids. 

What is the most annoying question that people ask you? I do not get annoyed by questions too often.
What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?  I could talk a long time about my make-up routine and products, essential oils, autism and recently mental health.

 If you were dictator of a small island nation, what crazy dictator stuff would you do?  I would have people cook for me.  I am super nice though, I can't imagine anyone would be too miserable.

What is something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives?  Go on a really nice vacation.


  1. Hi Lori! I enjoyed your answers and several were very similar to mine. Mine will post in the morning. My hubby loves Suits but I can't watch it. The language does push the limits but I just can't stand Louis Litt. He is such a sleaze!! LOL Happy Sunday!

  2. Anybody working with kids with autism gets kudos from me - I could never do I. I find the swearing in Suits endearing and fairly mind - then again, I'm from another part of the world working in an industry where swearing is the norm - I turn off to it (Banking and finance - the language out the back offices of big business is awful - The Wolf of Wall Street was a good indicator of this). Interesting answers.

  3. Loved your answers.. we are kindred spirits!!

  4. Caffeine...YES!!! It makes every day much better! LOL
    So far we all seem to be choosing our mid to late 30s as the perfect age. I guess that's when we feel at the top of our game.
    Real physical books are so much better than an ereader.
    Boo to New York. >:(
    We were thinking a lot alike this week. :) Enjoy your day and have a blessed week!

  5. I might be the only person who prefers reading on an e-reader but I really love my Nook!

  6. I love real books, but read mostly on my kindle for a couple of reasons -- I can make the print bigger, and when I fall asleep reading, I don't lose my place!

  7. Have you tried Antenna TV or MeTV. They show old shows, "classics." Like M*A*S*H or Andy Griffith. I bet you could put one of those channels on and just leave it all day without worrying.

  8. Hard to find shows with morals these days unless you go back to Little House on the Prairie or the Waltons. But those are worth rewatching. MASH is good too.

  9. Love that you're a teacher. My husband is in his student teaching now...he'll be teaching for real in the fall! I'm so thrilled he chose a second career that means so much to so many :)

  10. The nice thing about books on my tablet is reading without having to turn the lights off.

    Clap clap!

  11. Bring on the caffeine! Vacation sounds good too. Can't say I really know much about essential oils, other than people who use them seem to really like them.


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