Sunday, 5 May 2013

Sunday Social- 4

Happy Sunday! What a beautiful weekend! I spent most of it outside, which was ideal. I also saw a play at the local community theatre on Friday with some friends. It was pretty fun. 

Anyway, on to Sunday Social...

Sunday Social

1. 4 favorite things to do on a weekend
The answer to this depends on the season... So I'm going to answer this with four things I did this weekend:
  • Watch hockey
  • See a play
  • Sit on the balcony
  • Spend time with friends
2. 4 favorite things about your best friend
Also hard to answer because I have more than one best friend. So, instead I'm going to say one thing about four (well...five, one point is about two people) of my best friends:
  • I've known her since I was four
  • We were roommates in University
  • I try to have brunch with them every time I'm home
  • No one believes in me more than he does
3. 4 things you would do with $100,000
  • Buy a new car
  • Invest some
  • Give some to charity
  • Go back to Florida
4. 4 favorite books you've ever read
I read a TON so it's hard for me to pick four here are four random books I love:
  • Prep: A Novel
  • The Great Gatsby
  • Valley of the Dolls
  • Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot
5. 4 favorite snack foods
  •  Little Debbie Peanut Butter Crunch (which is not available in If you are American...please feel free to send me a couple of boxes!)
  • Crackers...especially the Ritz Bites
  • Smarties (Not available in the US...I will trade for Peanut Butter Crunch)
  • Fruit...I really like green grapes, pineapple and strawberries
6. 4 things that you must do daily
  • Drink water
  • Talk to someone...I need human contact
  • Read
  • Check my e-mail


  1. I really enjoyed Prep as well. Have you read American Wife? It's by the same author, and while I do like Prep more, I do think it's a really good book as well.

    And just letting you know, I'm stopping by from Sunday Social!

  2. Wow! I didn't know they had (the real) Smarties in Canada. I haven't seen them since I moved to the U.S. I thought it was just an Australian thing.