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Here's our first Saturday 9 of 2020!
2) This time of year is important to college football fans. Are you watching/have you watched any of the Bowl games this year? no, not into it this year.
3) Crazy Sam's been cold/flu free so far this winter and credits the Echinacea she takes every morning. Her brother insists she's wasting her money. Do you take any herbal supplements? no
4) In the video for this song, Erin Bowman is singing in front of lights and ornaments. Are you sorry to see the decorations slowly disappear? Or do you think they should all come down right away? We take our Christmas things down on New Year's Day. I hate to see it come down, but that is my chance to clean the house really good before I head back to work.
5) She sings about socks, a scarf and a sweater. Tell us about your favorite sweater. I have a sweater that is cream colored and it has subtle sparkles in it. It has black sheer material at the bottom giving it a layered look...it is super cute.
6) Erin credits her 8th grade choir teacher for believing in her and giving her a solo. That helped give her the confidence to go into performing professionally. When you were in 8th grade, did you know what you wanted to be when you grew up? no, I didn't even know what I wanted to be when I was in college much less 8th grade. It was years before I became a teacher. I had to go back to college.
7) This song has been used in commercials for McDonald's and Turner Classic Movies. What commercial have you seen recently? Was it on TV or online? I am watching tv right now...commercials and all, but nothing is memorable or catching my eye. I enjoyed the U.S. Cellular commercial over Christmas with the guy singing "switched and got a phone for free...falalalalalala...with no activation fee falalalalalalalala".
8) In 2014, when this song was first released, we lost both Joan Rivers and Robin Williams. What comedian always makes you laugh? Kevin Hart
9) Random question -- There are two performers in the trapeze act: the one who flies through the air and the one who catches the flier. Which would you rather be? neither.