I got tagged for this meme by Sharon. I'm usually a little shy about participating in these things, but here goes.
1. What was I doing 10 years ago?
I was just learning to spin on a drop spindle and saving up for my first spinning wheel. Most of my time was taken up with homeschooling and the garden, but in the evenings I would crochet and spin.
2. What were five things on my to-do list today (not in any particular order)?
Start working on that Polwarth
Finish measuring the warp for my napkins
Start warping the loom
Finish cleaning out the closet
3. What snacks do I enjoy?
To be honest, I really don't snack much. If I do, it'll be an apple (out of duty, not enjoyment) or popcorn. I used to love a cup of coffee with the whole wheat graham crackers I used to buy through our food co-op, but that was before we moved here. I do like a bedtime snack of a small bowl of raisin bran and yogurt (homemade, not too sweet.)
4. Where are some places I've lived?
Illinois (grew up in Chicago suburbs); Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina (but not in that order).
5. What things would I do if I were a billionaire?
Well, a billion dollars seems like a bit much, but what I'd really like to do if I could afford it, is to buy a farm. And I'd have a garden (one for vegetables and one for herbs), and an orchard and goats and chickens and rabbits. And I'd get sheep. Shetlands (surprised??? ;) And alpacas. Since it would be paid off, DH wouldn't have to work much, so he could stay home and build his log cabin. I'd also really like to set up an anonymous scholarship fund at the university my kids are attending. There are also a couple of non-profit ministries we like to donate to, so they'd be on my list. Then too, DH would probably want a new pick up truck.
OK. Here comes the part I'm not good at; tagging other folks. However, if you've managed to hang in there until the end of this post, consider yourself tagged.
And, speaking of "me," we just got back from a short trip. If you're interested in that sort of thing, you can read about it on the Rascal Report.