Monday, September 25, 2006

Monday Madness

Monday MadnessThis week's Monday Madness questions:
  1. From jstar: Holiday in Europe or Asia?

    Europe. looooooove I'm living in Europe right now (Munich, Germany) and there is so much to see and do. There is so much history here (as compared to North America) it's just terrific. We've already done a lot of touristy things in and around Munich, but there's so much more we want to do and see.

  2. From sherle: How do you try to change a behavior pattern you don't like about yourself... whether it's chewing fingernails, overeating, smoking, or picking your nose?

    Don't start in the first place. winkwink Honestly. I've never smoked, and I've eaten mostly healthy most of my life. I have to - fuel is food for my body. If I ate crap I wouldn't be able to exercise the way I want to.

  3. From tricia: Have you ever successfully completed a Sudoku puzzle?

    I've never even started a Sudoku puzzle. blush

  4. From caylynn: What website do you visit the most often?

    The Running Forums at Runango. I'm friends with a lot of women who post on that site, and we encourage and support each other in our running, and other exercise, endeavours.

  5. From michael morgan: What was your favorite thing about high school or college?

    High School: being involved in so many different clubs and activities. School play, band, choir, library club, improv drama club, yearbook, environmental committee, writers' club. It was lots of fun.
    University: learning new things. I love learning. If I could, I would be a perpetual student, and simply get degree after degree. I love learning new things.


Soulful_SensitiveStreak said...

Hi Caylynn. Hope you had a good start of the week. I also joined many clubs in school. I miss that aspect in school. It was a great venue for improving oneself and meeting new friends.

Ghost said...

If you get a chance drive up to Kitzengen. It's gorgeous country right alone the Mein River.

Jane said...

I enjoyed reading your answers. I learn so much about people this way. BTW, I think Germany is a beautiful country. I bet you are enjoying living there.
My answers are up, hope you will visit.

julie said...

Thanks for visiting today. Great answers. Would be cool to visit Germany one day. Have you lived there all your life??? Have a great Monday.

DNA Princess said...

My brother lived in Germany for a while when he was in the Army. I wished I could have visited him there.

Mads said...

"There is so much history here (as compared to North America) it's just terrific."
See, I would give my right arm to travel through North America, so I could see first hand the history that I've been studying for the last three years!

Have a great week :)