Saturday, July 20, 2002

Friday Five
1. Where were you born? SoCal. In a hospital...
2. If you still live there, where would you rather move to? If you don't live there, do you want to move back? Why or why not? Not there anymore. I don't know if I would want to move back. Maybe. Depends.
3. Where in the world do you feel the safest? In my man's arms (awww)
4. Do you feel you are well-traveled? Compared to some. Although there is still much for me to see.
5. Where is the most interesting place you've been? Probably Florence Italy. Amazing place.

Friday Group Therapy 1.3
1. How did/will you tell your children about sex and childbirth and at what age? In a more medical way. No birds and bees crap. Honesty is best with kids. And I think the less big deal you make some stuff out to be, the less big deal they will make it out to be too. Sex is life. And better to make them aware that it will be around them. Age...depends on when they start asking questions.
2. How old were you when you found out about sex and how did it happen? Very young...from cable tv.
3. What was the most shocking thing that you ever discovered about sex? (Shocking at the time that you discovered it, not necessarily shocking now.)
That it can be painful for virgins.
4. Tell us about any "first" in your sexual life. Um...I'd rather not.
5. What is your "sexual identity"? Not quite sure what this means but I like men...their smell, their bodies, their silly thought processes that drive us ladies crazy (in a non-sexual way *lol*).

Saturday Scruples
1. Your son's Fifth Grade teacher is proud to be gay. He espouses gay family values in class. Do you protest to the principal? No. The whole "gay" thing needs to be understood by kids. The earlier they understand that there's no difference, the less of an issue it will be.
2. As a joke, a co-worker sends anonymous love letters to another co-worker who takes them seriously. Everyone is enjoying the prank. Do you expose it? Depends if I like the person that's getting pranked.
3. Due to a mix-up the tax department fines you $500 for tax evasion. You're completely innocent but it'll cost $5000 to fight in court. Do you fight on principle? Yes. And I'd get them to pay for my court fees too.

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