Wednesday, February 17, 2010

LidNa's (not a typo) Random Dozen: Olympic Style

1. If you could compete in one Olympic event (not necessarily winter sports) what would it be?
We're assuming that in an alternate universe, I am athletic. Right?
'Kay.
In Bizzaro World, I would love to be a figure skater. It's the closet thing to dancing and the uniforms are the coolest. I am so sophisticated.

2. Do remember a specific Olympic moment from the past?
Nancy Kerrigan. Bless her heart. And I mean that. For real.

3. Have you ever known anyone who competed in the Olympics?
No. However, I have a friend who has an extremely talented son who could possibly end up in the Olympics. He is a talented swimmer and his mother drives him to swimming practice every morning at dark-thirty and every afternoon at whatever-thirty. Rain or shine. Hot or cold. SHOUT OUT TO LL! Yes, you!

4. If everyday activities were Olympic-worthy, which activity would you have a gold medal in?
Wow. I have to think on this one. I'd love to say cleaning or cooking or organizing. Seriously, if I could hope for them playing the national anthem because of my efforts, the activity would have to be the longest time spent in yoga pants. Record breaking, I tell ya.

5. Do you know anything about your ethnic heritage?
Part Indian or Native American or whatever, part British and part Irish Wolfhound. I mean, I may have some Irish. Who knows?

6. Do you enjoy sleeping late?
Yes! Finally something that would win me the gold medal!

7. Have you ever performed CPR on anyone? Do you know how? (Yes, that's two, I know. Whatevs.)
No, unless you count that poor dummy at the Red Cross class (the plastic one on the floor.)
Yes, I do. I hope I never have to use it.
But not like I hope I never have to use my killer karate moves.
(Is there a gold medal in making up skills?)

8. Name one country you'd like to visit and explain why.
Greece. Just always have.

9. Have you ever fixed up a couple romantically?
No. Most of my friends are probably thankful.

10. What is the last book you read?
The Great Christmas Bowl by Susan May Warren
It's a novella and yes, it's about Christmas. But that doesn't mean you wouldn't love it right now in the middle of February.

11. Do you enjoy sleeping late? NO, YOU write the question! How's that for random??
Okay, here's my question-
What food would you make accessible to all Olympic athletes at Olympic Park?
Good Southern cooking with fried chicken, biscuits, vegetables cooked in bacon fat, all slathered in butter. If you can eat that and still do a triple toe loop, you're a real athlete.

12. What is your favorite meal at your favorite restaurant?
Thai Basil Fried rice at Thai Kitchen in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.
Tied with
Crab cakes or Gulf Shrimp from Dewey Destin in Destin, Florida

Thanks, Linda!

9 comments:

The Bug said...

Fun answers! And your favorite foods have got me drooling...

Amy said...

The Nancy Kerrigan one was a runner up "WHY, WHY, WHY"...God love her.

When I was little I told my mom that I wanted to be a figure skater because of the cool outfits. Obviously that didn't pan out!!

Great answers

Amy

skoots1mom said...

i remember my shins hurting when she got hurt...
great answers
i love seafood with ya!!

Nel said...

What fun answers. I like your question, then your answer. You are too funny.

until next time... nel

PS: The I Won...You Win Carnival is going on this week in my little corner of blog land. Come and check it out if you want a chance at The Traveling Book.

Susanne said...

I have yet to work up the guts to even don a pair of yoga pants. LOL.

lagirl said...

Yoga pants. YES!!

Debbie said...

What fun answers to read! This title of your blog grabbed me as I was born and raised in NY. But I see that you are a Southern gal at heart. I enjoyed this.

Blessings,
Debbie

AnnG said...

I love Novellas, too! Theya re actually books that I can read all the way through without feeling like they are consuming my every last second!! Love your answers!! Especially the Fried Chicken eating athletes!!

Nancy said...

this almost made me want to revive my blog, LOL

glad you got to read Christmas Bowl....so cute; did i return my copy or did you have to buy again....sadly, I don't remember.

Bought (non-foam) Lime and Verbena soap this week...it's my favorite; even if D buys me Eucalyptus Mint every time, LOL. (his favorite)