Neil (nt) wrote,

1. What is your Full Name: Neil James Taylor
2. What Color pants are you wearing now: blue (jeans)
3. What are you listening to right now: Bob Dylan - Good As I Been To You
4. What are the last 2 digits of your mobile phone number(s): don't have one
5. What was the last thing you ate: a few almonds
6. If you were a crayon what color would you be: I would never be a crayon!
7. How is the weather right now: cloudy, light snow, -4 C
8. Last person you talked to on the phone: someone at work, I think
9. The first thing you notice about the opposite sex: figure, face
10. How are you today: fine, a little tired
11. Favorite Drink: coffee
12. Favorite Alcoholic drink: Big Rock Traditional Ale; rum & coke
13. Hair Color: dark brown, greying now
14. Eye Color: brown
15. Siblings: older brother, younger sister
16. Favorite Month: July
17. Last Movie you watched: can't remember
18. Favorite Day of the Year: Thanksgiving
19. Are you too shy to ask someone out: probably not, but it's a non-issue
20. Summer or Winter: summer, most definitely
21. Hugs or Kisses: both!
22. Chocolate or Vanilla: chocolate
23. Do you want your friends to do this survey too: it's up to them
24. Living Arrangements: high-rise apartment, with significant other
25. What books are you reading: The Majipoor Chronicles, by Robert Silverberg
26. What did you do last night: went out to dinner, came home and napped for a few hours, listened to the first 2 CDs of Grateful Dead 9/21/72 (and did some digging around on the net to see if I had the latest, greatest version), went to bed
27. Favorite Smells: coffee, baking bread, Chanel No. 19
28. Can you touch your nose with your tongue: no
29. Who/What inspires you: creative, fun people; the beauty of nature
30. Popcorn: no, thanks
31. Favorite Flower: rose
32. Favorite Cookie: oatmeal raisin
33. When is your birthday: July 22nd

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