Friday Five: Random

I’m on the right day again! Woo-hoo!

  1. What is the one place you never want to live? China. It’s very difficult to be Catholic there, and being able to practice my religion is very important to me.
  2. Do you consider yourself to be a “picky eater”? I’m not anymore, but I used to be. Until about four years ago, I refused to eat most vegetables (I’m told corn and potatoes didn’t even count) and all fruits. I loved orange and apple juices, though. Then, for Lent, I sacrificed the choice to pass on veggies. It worked like a charm. Now I have a deep love for fresh spinach salads and cooked-but-crunchy broccoli and sweet-but-not-too-sweet apples.
  3. What do you think people say about you behind your back? I know I come on strong. Most people probably think I’m too obsessed with details, religion, and perfectionism. I think have standards and stick with my choices (once I get around to making them). I’ve tried to work on being less passive-aggressive.
  4. If you could own and operate any major business what would be? I love books, but I don’t know know that I’d do well if I tried to run one. Besides, Amazon, Borders, Barnes & Noble, and Books-a-Million seem to have cornered that market.
  5. Do you feel as if you are a black-and-white only person, or a person who sees many gray areas? That is to say, do you have strong opinions on everything, or do you recognize the need to compromise? On some things, I don’t compromise. I’m not mean about it, but there are some things I’ve simply picked my position on. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.

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