Friday, June 03, 2005

Early Breakfast

from Friday's Feast

What comes to mind when you hear the word bizarre?
Hmm, something that's kind of weird but not gruesome. Either that, or a spelling mistake discribing a colorful place with international food, belly dancers and unique crafts.

Using just a few words, describe your childhood.
Loving. Comfortable. Adventurous. Challenging. Happy.

Name one thing you do each day that you feel improves your appearance.
Uhhh, does brushing my teeth count?

Main Course
On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest, how would you rate your self-confidence?
Maybe about an 8 or 9, depending on how comfortable I am with my body image. Someday some man is going to be lucky to be with me (I guess that means I'm pretty darn confident).

Where did you last find a bargain?
I can't remember. I troll the racks at Banana frequently and got a great 200 dollar blazer for 50 bucks. I got a nice pair of Coach shoes on sale recently, and just yesterday a picked up a dynomite, white seersucker sundress (Issac Mizerahi for Target) for a whole 24 bucks. (Seersucker: there's that whole Southern Belle thing again). Can I tell you how much I love to shop?

1 comment:

Dr. Zeius said...

A "southern belle trapped in a yankee b----'s body" being evidenced by sun-brewed earth tea sweetened with Splenda. (Not meant as insult, rather, insight)

Impoverished. Unstable. Maturing...Completely Necessary.

Does intentionally sitting near the empirically unattractive count? (Just kidding, I'm really not that shallow, seriously.)

Main Course:
I would average out to about a 7 or an 8. I think I have a pretty good understaing of my positive attributes as well as my negative, but, then again, I guess everyone would say that and most would be wrong.

Disheartened by the untimely destruction of my original copy of Jeff Buckley's "Grace", I went an re-purchased it along with a copy of BST's "You Make Me So Very Happy" all for about $16.