I'm going to go with none here. I haven't seen a movie in ages. It's one of those things I used to love, but I've sort of lost the sparkle for it. I'm working hard to get the sparkle back. Incidentally, I haven't read a book since January. The good news is, I was having trouble writing, too, and here we are :-)
It doesn't really bother me overmuch either way.
I don't really have a preference at the moment; days sort of blend together when you're medically unable to work.
Well, the most memorable one came when I was getting my senior pictures done. The guy kept taking pictures and was obviously getting frustrated. He kept looking at his watch, because we were clearly well over my allotted time. He finally said to me, "You are beautiful, absolutely gorgeous, and I can't capture it on film. I am so frustrated." It was very awkward. In the guy's defense, though, I do think I look better than I photograph. It's kind of weird.
Nah. Funny story, though. I had to have a procedure last year, nothing huge but it required anesthesia, so I had to have someone drive me home. I asked every family member and friend I could think of, and then out of desperation asked my mother's best friend. My mother was furious with me, and I didn't know why. It was only after it was over that she told me that Pat is petrified of hospitals and the last time she walked into one, she passed out. I felt awful! Pat was a trooper, though ;-)
Probably Target. I'm getting practical in my old age.
It depends. Like, mayonnaise from Market Basket (which I think is a New England chain, so if you've never heard of it, I apologize) is better than Hellmans or Cains. In general, I go generic, though, because I'm poor. I have some standards, though. I would never buy meat or produce at Wal-Mart ;-p
Doesn't it ultimately amount to the same thing?
I can tie a cherry stem in a knot with my tongue.
I'm honestly not sure.