Thursday, January 5, 2012

I Must Ask . . . What Would You Like to Ask?

I keep six honest serving-men,
They taught me all I knew;
Their names are What and Why and When
And How and Where and Who.
–Rudyard Kipling

Clearly, Team Coke showed up in numbers. And more people don't like either kind of cola than do Pepsi. There were several write-ins for rootbeer, one for Dr. Pepper and one for ginger ale, which I absolutely love but is seldom {if ever} available at a fountain. Every once in a while, I'll buy a 2-liter of it and every time I fly and they offer a beverage, I pick ginger ale. This was a really fun poll! Thanks to everyone who voted and commented!

Today, I'm not going to ask you anything. It is your turn to do the asking—anything you like, realistic or not. Want to know why the sky is blue or how many moons Neptune has? Leave it in the comments. Do you want to know my favorite place to shop for groceries or what brand of toothpaste I use? The comment box is wide open and empty. Big or little, fantastically wild or unextraordinary. Ask away. I'll answer your questions two weeks from today {I've got something else planned for next week **coughgiveawaycough**}. And I promise to try and keep it interesting.

6 comments:

P. said...

If you had a personal assistant (like I wish I did), what would you have asked them to do for you this week?

Shay said...

What have you wanted to do since you were a child that you still havent done yet?

momssewingroom said...

Where do you sew? Do you have a room, table, a place you can leave things or do you have to get stuff out and put it away every time you sew?

Also, (I know this is TWO questions) are either of your kids interested in sewing?

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

If you had $1000 to spend on fabric, where would you go to buy it all?

Marianne, aka Ranger Anna said...

Were/are you a Girl Scout? And for how long? (I was going to ask you where you got your quiz widget to ask this! It's the 100th year of Girl Scouting and I've been one for 50 of those... sheesh.)

Richard Healey said...

I am new to quilting so my question is how long have you been quilting? Oh and what is your most prized quilt that you have ever made? Wait thats 2 questions ops.