All in a Word

I’m in-between books right now. It’s usually so hard for me to move on after Harry (I figured this one out last time, when I had a run of books I hated. I realized it was just that I was still thinking about Harry). Thankfully, this time, I had a book review to do for Estella, so I moved right along. But, since I don’t typically post my Estella reviews ahead of time, I thought I’d use this as filler until I finish the book I started last night. I saw this one over at Bookfoolery and Babble. She said anyone could steal it, so I did. 🙂 Deal is, you have to answer the questions with only one word.

1. Where is your mobile phone? Bag

2. Relationship? Long-term

3. Your hair? Dishwater

4. Work? Kids

5. Your sister(s)? Friend

6. Your favorite thing? Books

7. Your dream last night? Forgotten

8. Your favorite drink? Rootbeer

9. Your dream car? Hybrid

10. The room you’re in? Basement

11. Your shoes? Flipflops

12. Your fears? Telephone

13. What do you want to be in 10 years? Content

14. Who did you hang out with this weekend? Potter

15. What are you not good at? Cakes

16. Muffin? Blueberry

17. Wish list item? Sleep

18. Where you grew up? Michigan

19. The last thing you did? Laundry

20. What are you wearing? T-shirt

21. What are you not wearing? Watch

22. Your pet? None

23. Your computer? Oldish

24. Your life? Busy

25. Your mood? Depends

26. Missing? Memory

27. What are you thinking about? This

28. Your car? Minivan

29. Your kitchen? Works

30. Your summer? Short

31. Your favorite color? Leaf

32. Last time you laughed?
Yesterday

33. Last time you cried?
Saturday

34. School?
BYU

35. Love?
Soulmate

Feel free to give it a whirl.

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4 thoughts on “All in a Word

  1. Oh, I should do this one. Since I need to practice being terse. I am really quite bad at being concise.Your answers are so GOOD though, I’m going to have to not steal them!

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  2. I’d love to see your answers, turtlebella! It’s both easier and harder than it looks.I’m with you on copying, though. It was all I could do not to copy from Nancy… I had to go back and make sure that I didn’t! (I had; originally, my kitchen was “outdated”. But I checked, and that was the word she used. So, I decided to come up with something else…)

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  3. You’ve been tagged for the blogging tips meme! Consider it more filler 🙂 You might also be interested in the Which Author’s Works are you quiz.

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