Friday Feast Ninety-Five

Here is another edition of the Friday Feast!

How old were you when you got your first credit card?
During college I was about 19 when I got my Discover card… man if I knew then what I know now about credit cards. Credit cards are the devil.

When was the last time you felt out of place?
When I moved to Michigan… it took me a while to feel confortable here. Now that I am confortable I am leaving… surprisingly enough the place I am going it starting to feel like home 😉

Did you have a curfew when you were a teenager? If so, what time did you have to be home?
I don’t think I really did as a teenager, it was more self imposed than anything else… I remember I was home at 9 unless I was working about 90% of the time.

Main Course
Name a person from history with whom you feel you have something in common.
Wow, this is a hard question… The obvious answer is my Grandfather, I feel like I have a lot in common with him when it comes to personality and such and not just because we were related; but I think that the question wants something else… I share two initials with JFK…

When you read a newspaper, which section do you go for first?
The comics of course!

5 comments on “Friday Feast Ninety-Five

  1. 1. Never had a credit card, fortunately…
    2. About ten minutes ago when I woke up.
    3. No, never.
    4. Camilo Benso, Conte di Cavour.
    5. I read the first page and then I read the sport section.

  2. 1. I never had a credit card either. Debit card was the greatest invention ever. That’s all I ever needed.
    2. Moving to a new school when I was 13. I had a hard time adjusting at first.
    3. My mom didn’t give me a curfew, but our town’s curfew was 10:00 PM.
    4. Umm…Laurence Olivier & Brooke Shields share my birthday.
    5. Front page.

    Hey, come over and answer my music questions:

  3. 1. 19 Kohl’s in store card
    2. When I was fired from Carle Clinic in Champaign, I haven’t got back into place
    3. Yeah, I had a cerfew right after I started driving of 10. Later it didn’t matter.
    4. I guess I have some kind of common bond with every other housewife in America. Trying to make ends meet and make sure the kids grow up right.
    5. The ads. I’m a sale junkie!

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