Our home is sadly not air conditioned so our cooling depends on fans, windows, and plenty of cold drinks.
I remember when I was a little girl around the age of three and four we used to live in a log house in the Ozarks, we didn't have air conditioning and the hot weather attracted many unpleasant things like snakes, chiggers, ticks, and various other biting creatures. I don't think I ever minded the heat too much because I used to always be playing in the mud, having water fights, and evenings when it was especially hot we used to go to my uncle's house and go swimming in their pool.
2. What's something in your life right now that falls under the heading 'up in the air'?
Can't think of anything.
3. Your favorite light and airy dessert?
Ooh my Mother's Pineapple Fluff , delicious mountains of pineapple pudding with "snowy" whipped topping peaks.
4. When did you last feel like you were 'floating on air'?
To be quite honest it was this morning when I woke up to an absolutely gorgeous, sunny day.
5. Airport, airmail, airtight, airhead...which have you most recently encountered? Explain.
Hmm you know those packs of food, craft supplies etc. you might buy that are wrapped in totally hard, clear plastic? Well while trying to rip off that kind of plastic from a pack of erasers I managed to break my nail, injure my finger, and finally pull part of the airtight plastic off just to see another layer underneath.
6. Have you ever been to the Alps? If so where did you go? If not, is this a destination on your must-see list? If you were headed that direction this summer, which of the following would be your preferred activity...a gentle walk, a serious walk, a bike ride, a boat ride around one of the lakes, or summer snow skiing?
I have never been to the Alps but I would most certainly want to go.
The thought of having a boat ride sounds like fun, though I would be concerned about the possibilty of drowning the entire time.
7. What is one saying or phrase that was considered 'cool' when you were growing up?
I liked saying groovy and far out, just to see my Dad roll his eyes.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
We went back to school shopping a little while ago where I had to make the difficult decision what I would buy, and what I sadly had to leave there. I ended up coming home with a big bag full of tablets, pencils, art supplies, and lots of other school supplies.
I think that even when I graduate from school I shall still go shopping at the back to school sales, a body can never have too many notebooks, office and craft supplies...... Indeed I know.