Sunday, June 5, 2011

Meet Me on Monday (47)

Meet Me on Monday is a blogging meme hosted by Java at Never Growing Old. As she says: "Blogging is a funny thing...we tell our most intimate thoughts for all to read and yet most of the time I find myself wondering, "who is this person?" I know them...but yet I don't know them! I want to know who the person behind all those words is so I thought of a great way for all of us to "meet" each other!"

Every Sunday she will post four get to know you questions that we can copy and paste into our own Monday post and we can all learn a little more about each and every one of us. To play along click on her meme name and join up with the linky.

This Week's Questions:

1. What is was the last piece of candy that you ate?
Dark Chocolate Ball from See's Candy (sent to my at the office by my loving hubby for our 20th Anniversary)

2. Do you "read" in the bathroom?
Sometimes. Mostly in a bubble bath when I do.

3. I can't stand when someone _________?
Comes in to the ENGLISH Department where I work and asks a question that makes it obvious that they cannot read and comprehend the language--this is mostly directed at those folks who are claiming that they are trying to earn a degree in said language and have not read the emails/info sheets/whatever that they have been given as they work their way towards the degree.

4. Do you do daily, weekly or monthly grocery shopping?



Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

I've never seen the Foil Balls but they look AWESOME!! I had a friend that used to travel to Menlo Park occasionally and she would bring Sees back to me when she did :-D

Miss that!!!

Kristine said...

I've never seen the foil balls either but you can't go wrong with dark chocolate!

Anonymous said...

Hi Bev- Love dark chocolate as well - those chocolate balls wouldn't last a day around here LOL

Anonymous said...

For me it's a good thing that the closest See's candy shop is so far away, and I try to avoid their online shopping, for my own good.

dtbrents said...

The candy sounds great. I enjoy people who use good English. Doylene