thank goodness for Friday FiveJust got back from annual small group retreat with our Bishop, and having waded through an entire day's worth of emails regarding the current state of the Episcopal Church, I have nothing to say. Thanks, reverendmother, for a lighthearted Friday Five!
1. If you were a mutant, what ability would you like to have? (think superpower)
Bilocation comes to mind. . .of course clergy already can do that and read people's minds, right? (said with tongue firmly planted in cheek)
2. Tell us about a memorable road trip you've experienced.
A trip to Santa Fe with friends from Tucson--in the middle of winter. It was a) really cold and b) because it was so cold, we had car trouble as the cold did something to the car engine worthy of a phone call to the Magliozzi brothers. We did return home safely, and I also learned that one should not blithely order enchiladas with green chile sauce without enquiring as to the strength of the chile!
3. Do you enjoy solving riddles and working on puzzles? If so, what kinds?
I do puzzles in waves--I'll go on a crossword or sudoku kick. Currently I'm kind of addicted to weboggle, which is a web version of boggle--don't go there or you will be sucked into the dark side as well.
4. Take two of your phobias and combine them to make a campy horror/disaster flick. What would it be called?
Fear and Loathing on a Tall Swaying Bridge Overlooking a Deep Rocky Chasm
5. Just how batsh*t crazy is Tom Cruise, anyway?
Bonus: Name each of the five movies that inspired these questions.
Hmm, I can think of XMen and MI3 of the top of my head--the rest is hopeless.