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For today, yeah. Our snow has turned to corn (Wish I could go skiing!), and it's pretty warm (upper 30's).

How good at dancing are you?
I am very good. I studied ballet (and other types of dance) for a total of at least 14 years in my youth and early-mid adulthood. In my youth, I was invited to audition at the School of American Ballet, which is the ballet school for the New York City Ballet (one of the best in the US). I never pursued a career in dancing, in the end. Long story! In any case, I may not be in perfect shape or practice anymore, but I still have natural talent.

I think that my bipolar disorder always gave me a little edge over some other dancers. The edge was disinhibition, plus maybe creative tendencies often present in those with bipolar disorder.

How good is your memory for songs?

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My memory for songs is excellent. My kids used to laugh when they were little and say, "Mom, you know the words to every song!"



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my amazing amy doll. it was just like a real baby.
do you like children? (in other words, looking after them)
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In general, yeah. I've never really been responsible for otherwise unsupervisored children, but at my old job I'd be responsible for about 20 kid's safety (with parents usually nearby) some days. Loved those days.

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Oh, wow, yes! I've been eating them since the late '70's since they were called "health food" and most people thought they were weirdo hippie food.



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Oh, wow, yes! I've been eating them since the late '70's since they were called "health food" and most people thought they were weirdo hippie food.

Do you have tea (or coffee) time most afternoons?

About 50% of the time, nowadays. Most afternoons before our move. The mornings would be regular American coffee, the afternoons, single espresso. Recently, I reheat leftover morning coffee. As for tea, I used to be a major hot tea enthusiast in my youth, but for some reason that stopped. In warmer months, I do make and love iced tea. Coincidentally, I did make hot tea yesterday afternoon. Earl Grey.

Do you consider yourself a somewhat picky eater? What foods, if any, do you really despise?
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oh yes!. I am defenetly a picky eater. if it is not fries, chicken or sausage, their's going to be an issue

I would say I despise anything green. litirally I do not eat my veg

and I don't like pasta

and baked beans

and I'm alergic to nuts and icecream

and hate cheese

and the list goes on and on..

how worried (if at all) are you that people you know might be reading these forums?. are you careful about what you say in your threads just in case?
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I am careful not to post anything too identifying about my location and who I am exactly, just for general internet safety reasons. And I'm definitely not worried about anyone I know reading my posts. I just can't imagine anyone being even remotely interested.

It's an interesting question. I'll repeat it..Do you think anyone you know reads your posts, and does that influence what you post?
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I am careful not to post anything too identifying about my location and who I am exactly, just for general internet safety reasons. And I'm definitely not worried about anyone I know reading my posts. I just can't imagine anyone being even remotely interested.

It's an interesting question. I'll repeat it..Do you think anyone you know reads your posts, and does that influence what you post?
I don't think anyone I know would come here. If they did, it would be an extreme coincidence. Therefore, I don't limit what I write, except to not provide very personal information. I have never linked anything to this website. I have linked to my blog, but there's no way anyone who reads my blog would see the linkage. No one here has ever been given my real name. Though my husband could see this site if he sneaked on my computer, I know he wouldn't. He's not that type.

I do avoid important topics on my blog and any social media. Doing so there can be dangerous!

How private of a person are you in real life?
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I overshare and Iím working on not doing that as much. Do you let other peoples opinions or perceived opinions affect you? If so do you wish to change this?
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