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Saturday, November 17, 2007

Friday's Feast #1


Appetizer
What was your first “real” job?

My first real job was when I worked in the family business. I used to do the company's accounting.

Soup
Where would you go if you wanted to spark your creativity?

I'd go to the nearest craft store. Every time I find time to go to the malls I always visit the craft stores and usually goes home with a new project.


Salad
Complete this sentence: I am embarrassed when…

I am embarrassed when someone calls and shouts my name in public.


Main Course
What values did your parents instill in you?

Respect. And this I instill to my kids, too.


Dessert
Name 3 fads from your teenage years.

I grew up in the eighties...

  1. Argylle socks and Sperry topsiders.
  2. Stone-washed jeans and jackets.
  3. Slap bracelets.

26 comments :

Raggedy said...

Great Feast!
Mine is up too!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Kara said...

Great feast!

Tiffany Aller said...

Oh my goodness...I remember slap bracelets!! Great memory! I enjoyed your Friday's Feast - thanks for visiting my blog as well!! :-)

Deb said...

Nice Friday post! I posted mine, please come by and visit!

Laura said...

Slap bracelets? I don't remember those, at least not by name. The last job I had before getting married was working in for an accounting firm, was my major as well, but found it can be a rather mundane environment at times. I'm glad I'm heading into the field of sign language interpreting. Great feast! Thank you for stopping by! *smiles*

Gill said...

I enjoyed your feast. Your blog is so pretty! Have a good weekend!

mamichelle said...

Nice feast!

Gotta love R.E.S.P.E.C.T.!

Girl Gone Wild - BibleStyle said...

Yes..slap braclets. I was surprised to see a few in the stores recently.

ellen b said...

Nice feast. Have a great weekend!!

Olivia said...

Gotta love the slap bracelets!

Me said...

I loved slap bracelets! I was so excited when my Mum finally bought me one. :)

Thanks for stopping by!

Trace

Me said...

I loved slap bracelets! I was so excited when my Mum finally bought me one. :)

Thanks for stopping by!

Trace

crazy working mom said...

I always see things in craft stores and get good intentions on making or doing something but it quickly fades once I get it home. *LOL*

Great Feast. Thanks for stopping by.

Eleisia said...

Your Friday Feast pie looks delicious and your blog is beautiful!

Accounting sounds like a challenging first job.

Respect is a great value to instill!

Happy feasting!

Baba's Blog .. Babies Are Special said...

Hi Liza, Thanks for your visit to my place today.. I am bad about buying crafts and not doing them after I bring them home... Baba

caryl said...

nice feast you have... Happy FF!

Rach said...

OMG slap bracelets - I'd completely forgotten they existed!

JO said...

i remember those topsiders and stone washed jeans.

happy weekend!

JO said...
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AscenderRisesAbove said...

slap bracelets... I remember those; in fact I think we still have few laying around here ;-)

Linda said...

Hey thanks for stopping by 2nd cup today. I enjoyed your feast. Stonewashed jeans? I'm a little older than you, but I remember them well.

**"Liza"** said...

yep when somebody screaming your name in public it's sure is embarrassing "i hate that too"..hehehe Happy feast here Liza!

MeL said...

Love the slap bracelets, too! And the glow in the dark earrings. I remember I used to have one. But I was a kid then. LOL.

jesie said...

Once in a while I like feasting too. With the forthcoming Thanksgiving season and the love theme, feasting is very appropriate.

Mine is up. Hope you will share your thoughts.

Have a great weekend.

Serena said...

Oh, I don't know slap bracelet either. But yes, stoned washed jeans was a fad during my time too. :D

Serena
ChatnChill

Jane said...

Respect is such an important thing to instill in children. I am very disturbed when I come across a child who does not show respect for their elders!
Thanks for stopping by my Feast!

 
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