Monday Q&A on a Tuesday.


*Tell me about a product you love: Better Than Bouillon paste. So handy for amping up soups and other dishes, including enchilada sauce.

*How do you start a campfire? I call upon Smokey or Younger Son, both of whom are most excellent at starting fires.

*Tell me why your are working with the yarn weight you are.  Given the tender state of my thumb joints, I am very cautious about knitting. On Sunday I found that I could knit Aran weight yarn on US#8 needles with minimal discomfort, mainly because I did not need to hold on tightly. So I continued knitting the charity hat I started a few weeks back.

*Would you rather have tickets to HAMILTON or a Baseball play off game? Hamilton. No contest.

*Would you be frightened or thrilled to be on a space walk? When I was younger I would have been thrilled. Now that I am on the shady side of 60, I don’t know. Zero gravity might mean fewer aches and pains? Senior mobility issues might make it  problematic? Hard to say, really.

*Spices: cinnamon or pumpkin spice? Yes, please!

*Shoes your mother wore: Weird, but I do not remember any of the shoes my mother wore (although I am pretty sure she did wear shoes) except those of mine that she took over when I was tired of them.

*Your knitting this weekend in three words or less: Less is more.

*Apples eat them , cooked or raw? Yes, please!

*New baby?  What did they name it? No new babies around here except Thelma And Louise The Wonder Cats.

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4 Responses to Monday Q&A on a Tuesday.

  1. Kym says:

    Well, that was fun! I’m going to have to check out the bouillion paste. . .

  2. Carole says:

    That Better than Bouillon is good stuff, I agree. And – they are naming the baby Jack!

  3. =Tamar says:

    Spacewalk? Thrilled, I think. I’d be the envy of my friends!

  4. Nicole says:

    Fun questions (and answers)! I agree about Better than Bouillon. And about the space walk – I think I’d be BOTH frightened and thrilled. It sounds like something that I’d (hopefully) be okay with while doing, but before and after I’d be a nervous wreck.

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