Friday, April 1, 2011

5 Question Friday!!!!

1. Have you ever had surgery?

2. Ever ride in an ambulance?

3. How are you in a medical emergency? Panicked? Calm?

4. Do you have a garden? Flowers or veggies?

5. When did you move out of your parents house?

1. Yes, more than I care to have had. I had my tonsils and adenoids out when I was a senior in high school. Then I had surgery on my knee when I was in college. Next was a D&C. I also had hysterectomy. My hope is to not need surgery again EVER or at least for quite a while.

2. I have never ridden in an ambulance, I hope I never do. *shuddering*

3. I think that I panic at first, then a calm comes over me. I seem to keep it together until the storm has passed and then cry.

4. I don't have a garden, I have a brown thumb. I just cannot keep plants alive, sigh, I wish that I could. Plus, it gets so HOT & HUMID here that I avoid going outside at all costs. Sigh, that does not bode well for a garden.

5. I officially moved out after K and I got married.


  1. Hey, thanks for stopping by. My sister and I are going to try to garden this year, but my thumb isn't brown, it's black. Nothing ever lives with my gentle attentions. I have to admit I hate being hot, too. If the garden isn't right next to the pool, this probably isn't going to work!

  2. I can not keep plants alive either! I've tried. It's not my gift. I have moved on! :)

  3. I have a brown thumb, too. However, SOMEHOW I can keep flowers alive (only because I do water. if anymore work was needed they'd be out of luck). Except I'm pretty sure I killed all of my lilies last year. We'll see if they pop up this year.
    One thing that is IMPOSSIBLE to kill is a hosta. I've run over them with a lawn mower a million times and they come back. I had a lid blow on top of mine last year and I left it there (because I'm lazy) for at least a month. I thought for sure it was a goner. NOPE. it popped right back up the next season.

  4. I agree with the heat and gardening!

  5. I have a thumb that is not exactly green either but must say that there are plants for you and me as well that don't need as much love that still look great

  6. I'll see you your brown thumb and raise you my black thumb! I wish I enjoyed gardening...but it is such a chore. Especially when the weeds start! And, I'm with mrsmarkdave...hostas are untouchable! If I can keep them alive...ANYONE can keep them alive! (Oh, and rhubarb, too!)