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18 January 2007

Feast One Hundred & Twenty Seven (my second)

Which television shows do you just refuse to miss?
With the marvelous innovation of the DVR its just about impossible to miss any show you really want to watch. (Not to mention shows like LOST, Sopranos, and West Wing are available by season on DVD.) I use to feel compelled to watch Gilmore Girls….so like my life. Now I am addicted to the morning news….and Shark. When LOST comes back from hiatus…

Who did you last speak to on the telephone?
Michael – who is traveling for business in Atlanta. I’m impressed he called. Points.

How many pillows do you keep on your bed?
Six total. Two queen size for propping up on and four really wonderful down standard size for comfort and sleeping peacefully.

Main Course
Name one addition to your computer (software, hardware, etc.) that you'd love to have.

Hmmm…I just want to learn all the photo software I have. Maybe a better printer. In about six months I’m gonna want a new laptop.

What is your favorite foreign food?

(foreign desserts?)
I would say carne asada tacos from a hole in the wall tacqueria…however… being raised in this part of California…Mexican food is comfort food for me….not foreign food. So…I’m gonna have to go with Kung Pao Chicken as my fave.


Cheryl said...

I cannot even imagine life before DVR!

Gattina said...

I had the same feeling when I started Blogging ! I didn't even know what a Blog was until April last year ! And having more than one blog I really couldn't imagine. But now I have 3 running and it just happened because my main blog was not "big enough" or it all got lost in too many posts. So I did one where I write about my cats and I did one to post my photos. So it's like one blog but split up into 3. And it works fine, would never have believed that ! I am very happy to have found blogging, I am retired and this fills most of my days, I have a lot of fun and there are so interesting things to read !
For Friday Feast : I think it was a silly question as we are so international. For Mr. Gattino a hamburger would be foreign and for the others "Pizza", because it's italian, lol !

amy said...

You are a great blogger.. I enjoyed your feast and the rest of your posts! Great job

Incog & Nito said...

Thanks for sharing your feast. Happy weekend.

Raggedy said...

Your dessert started mexican and went
You are the third good place to have a pillow fight.
Great Friday Feast!
I posted my second one.
Have a wonderful Weekend!

Chris said...

Six pillows? I'm going to have to get me some more....

The irony of your post about believing you're a blogger, is that it's a great blog post ;-)

Anyway, so which is mine, a total embarrassment or a freak? :-)

Thanks for the link in the blogroll BTW, I shall recpir, recprik, do it as well.

Sweet Kitty said...

Blogging is a wonderful thing!!!
Keep on!

Thanks for this great feast. I ate myself full.
My feast is served too. Please stop by my blog and enjoy!

Happy feasting,
I will exercise for comments!!

Hootin'Anni said...

Happy feasting.

Mine's served.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

sigh.... i have NO IDEA what dvr is and not people cannot live without it?

good ff though!


barbara said...

Hi Katherine, :)
Thanks for checking out my blog yesterday ( I'am the gal out in France ).
In case you didn't see my answer after my TT posts, I'am born in San diego.
I enjoyed reading your Friday's feast :). You're a new blogger too-
I'am getting my creative juices flowing..

Have a great weekend and see you !

Paperback Writer said...

Hehehehe,'s freaking infectious!

kaliblue said...

Great blog... Funtastic Feast:-). Thanks for sharing...

Janie Hickok Siess, Esq. said...

Well, I, for one, LIKE your blog and will come back to visit again. I like your straight-forward, take no prisoners style. Rock on, Katherine! I knew I was gonna like you as soon as saw 2 things in print here: California and The Sopranos. After that, it's all gravy. :-)