Here’s Jean’s go at the questions:
- Tropical Island or Cabin in the Woods?
That’s tough. All my life I’ve preferred a tropical island, until I acquired a small cabin in the woods. I guess the cabin in the summer, the tropical island in the summer. Or maybe I’m just a spoiled brat! Lol.
- Coffee or tea?
Tea, clearly. Coffee is too acidic and upsets my stomach. I’ve been a tea drinker since I was four. All kinds of tea. Hot tea, Chai, iced fruit tea, iced mint tea, Earl Grey. I adore tea!
- Superman or Batman?
Gosh. I grew up with Superman. I think I have to choose him. He was my strong, fantasy protector when I was a kid. I’m loyal. Gotta still be Superman all the way. Besides, he’s funny and Batman is waaayyy too serious!
- Cook dinner or wash dishes?
After 30 years of cooking dinner, I’d opt for washing dishes. Or select the third option you obviously forgot. The one most women would select – going out to dinner and doing neither the cooking nor the dishes. Just the eating.
- Walking Dead or Once a Upon a Time?
Since I don’t know Once Upon a Time, I’ll have to select The Walking Dead. I must say, Rick appeals to something so basic in me, something that goes back to caveman instincts. He’s a survivor and I’d love to be his mate because he’s strong and totally devoted to survival. That’s very sexy.
- Snow day or spring break?
There was always something magical about a snow day because it was unexpected and you couldn’t do much but have fun at home, play in the snow, eat popcorn and watch movies. But I’m a spring girl. Love warmer weather, new flowers, fresh spring air and newly mowed grass.
- Handwriting or typing?
I’m a fast typist, but I also have beautiful handwriting. I spent my entire year in fourth grade working on my handwriting. And that’s something, considering I’m a lefty. I love to send handwritten notes.
- Ten minutes early or twenty minutes late?
This one is easy peasy. Definitely ten minutes early – for sure, always. I hate to be late and don’t like it when others are late, either. I think it’s disrespectful of other people’s time to be late. So I am never late, if it’s humanly possible to prevent it.
- Dogs or cats?
I had cats for 30 years. Not one cat, but several. I adore them. But when the last one died, I stopped using an inhaler. So now we only have a dog. No allergies there. We have a pug. I’ve fallen major, big-time in love with Homer and pugs as a breed. He’s a rescue. I’d never have anything but a rescue from now on.
- Five star resort or tent?
Five star resort. To me camping is a cheap motel. I don’t care to sleep with bugs and snakes. I love luxury, great service, beauty and comfort and am not embarrassed to admit it.
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