Having my own space again. Having a kitchen. Being able to see my pictures on the walls.
2. Paris, Venice, New York, and Rome are considered four of the most romantic cities in the world. Which one would you most like to visit?
Right now I'm not overly keen on any of them. I think that I'd pick Paris. Though the first time I went wasn't my greatest trip of all time, on the last day, I was finally figuring a few things out. I think that another trip would be much more enjoyable. Isn't that always the way. Just the time you have things figured out, it's time to leave. ;)3. Are you a romantic?
If that means that I have to have a significant other to make me feel alive, then no. If it means still imagining been swept off my feet by the love of my life is possible, sometimes. ;)4. What's your favorite love story made for the Big Screen?
Those aren't really the kind of films that I'm generally drawn to, but as I scan my video shelf, I would say that one of my top ones is Fools Rush In . It has one of my favorite lines. Matthew Perry says to Salma Hayek as they're about to part forever, but he stops her and says, "... You're the one. You are everything I never knew I always wanted ..." *swoon*5. Everyone loves Pooh bear and friends...which character are you most like and why? Click here for help in answering this question.
The quizzy thingy said Kanga, and I'd go with that because I like to take care of people and things (though I'm really drawn to Tigger. Such a lovable non-conformist.)
6. What's the best chocolate something you've ever eaten?
That's hard to say. I'd say several things are tied for 1st place, but the Italian Chocolate Cake at Johnny Cario's is one of them.
7. Share a favorite quote about love.
"Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres ... These three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love" (1 Cor 13:3-7, 13).8. Insert your own random thought here.
I'm not quite sure why, but I seem to be noticing Kenneth Branagh all over the place these days. His movies are on tv, and he keeps making appearances on talk shows ... Well, at least he's been on Craig Ferguson quite a few times in the past several months ... Anyway, it makes me feel like something's up.
And I'll only say one more thing about this random thought. If you have never liked or been able to understand Shakespeare, I highly recommend Branagh's production of Much Ado About Nothing. Not only does it have a stellar cast, but it is really understandable and funny!
P.S. I just saw where he's been nominated for an Oscar, so that must be it. :)