Friday, January 25, 2008

Feast 177

It's been quite a while since I participated in Friday's Feast. This week's questions look interesting.

How many times per day do you usually laugh?
How can you even answer this? It depends on my mood and what's going on. Sometimes it's just once or twice, but it's usually more like 3 or 4. Just kidding. I honestly have no idea!

What do your sunglasses look like?
They're magnetic clip-ons, so they basically look just like my glasses, only darker. I think the lenses are amber/brown.

You win a free trip to anywhere on your continent, but you have to travel by train. Where do you go?
The Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. It's been probably 12 years since I was there. I miss it!

Main Course
Name one thing you consider a great quality about living in your town/city.
I don't know specifically about my city, but the Metroplex in general has lots to do: zoos, aquariums, farms, museums, professional sports teams, a rodeo, and tons of places to shop and eat.

If the sky could be another color, what color do you think would look best?
Orange, like a sunset.


Sarahintheskywith said...

Great feast! I almost picked Tennessee for my salad as well. Happy Friday!

recel said...

smokey mountain in tennesse would be a great place, yeah. i've been there once, only hopped actually. :) great feast u have! mine is up, too, if you got a chance!

enjoy ur weekend!

jenny said...

I used to live in the Metroplex, too, so I understand how it's hard to say anything about your own city---it all runs together! I loved the free Shakespeare festivals in Dallas and Fort Worth in hte summer---it's one of the things I miss. But I don't miss the traffic. We lived in Grapevine and Lewisville.

Anyway, I also have a Tennessee connection, although a west TN one. I was born in Memphis. Memphis is worth a stop on your journey!

Have a great weekend!

Allison said...

Nice feast!

I'd go back to Colorado. It's beautiful, and my in laws are there (usually you'd think that's a bad thing---but nope, only when it comes to his grandma!).

Come visit!