Saturday, May 21, 2016

Saturday 9: What Hurts the Most

Crazy Sam’s Saturday 9: What Hurts the Most (2006)

On Saturdays I take a break from the heavy stuff and have some fun...

Unfamiliar with this week's tune? Hear it here.

1) What hurts Sam the most is her sole, since she just found that earring she thought was lost by stepping on it with her bare foot. How about you? Any aches and pains to report?
Ha, are you kidding? At my age when I get out of bed in the morning all my bones and muscles let me know my age.

2) What's the last thing you misplaced? Did you find it?
Yes I found it after I thought I was going nuts. It was the lawn care bill, I put it on the kitchen table and I put the groceries on top of it. After I put away the groceries I went looking for it and I couldn’t find I looked everywhere. Did I accidentally throw it out so I dug the garbage… ick. Nope it wasn’t there. I picked up the empty grocery bags nope it wasn’t inside them and looked and looked and couldn’t find it anywhere! I looked on the kitchen table again and as I was holding the grocery bag up this piece of paper came floating down. It was stuck to the bottom of one of the bags.

3) Lead singer Gary LeVox sings that he's not afraid to cry. When is the last time you shed a tear?
When I was watching a movie Carol at the Elmwood senior center. The movie ended happily, they got back together again.

4) Gary auditioned for another country group, Little Big Town, but didn't get in. Considering how successful Rascal Flatts has been, he's probably not sorry. Tell us about something you thought you wanted, but later weren't so sure.
I don’t know, I usually hem and haw over purchasing anything that by the time I buy it I want it.

5) The country group has their roots in Columbus, Ohio. What else is Ohio known for?
A river.

6) Lead guitarist Joe Don Rooney married model and former Miss Georgia, Tiffany Fallon. Many major pageants give prizes in the talent, congeniality and swimsuit competitions. Would you prefer to have exceptional skills, a great personality, or a terrific body? 
Well I already have a great body and exceptional skills so I will take a great personality.

7) 2006, the year this song was popular, was a very good one for tennis pro Roger Federer. He reached the finals in all four Grand Slam tournaments, and won three. What's the last game you won? (Yes, Words with Friends counts.)
I am not a competitive person so I enjoy the game rather then winning… translated I don’t win often.

8) Actor Tony Shalhoub won an Emmy in 2006 for his portrayal of detective Adrian Monk on Monk. Who's your favorite TV detective?
I love all the British detectives show but my favor is DCS Foyle and Honeysuckle Weeks. Technically Ms. Weeks is not a detective but she alaways help DCS Foyle solve the crime.


9) Random question ... You've just won an all-expenses-paid trip but now you have to choose: Carnivale in Brazil, the Bordeaux Wine Festival in France, or the Running of the Bulls in Spain?
Well I don’t like big drunken city wide parties and the running of the bulls is too inhumane not for the bulls but for the idiots who run in front of them so I will pick getting drunk on wine, it is much more civilized.

Sorry I didn't reply to you all last week but my allergies got the better of me.

8 comments:

The Gal Herself said...

I LOVED your story about the lawn care bill because that's the kind of thing that happens to me, all the time!

Is that detective show on PBS?

Diana_CT said...

Yes, it is on PBS and also Netflix and Amazon Prime

I am Harriet said...

I lost a lawn care bill too a couple of months ago. I suspect the guy working on my lawn forgot to leave me a bill.

CountryDew said...

I have not heard of that detective show but it looks interesting. And I enjoyed your story about the lost bill. It is amazing how we lose stuff sometimes.

Bev Sykes said...

I didn't see the movie "Carol" but read the book and there was so much about it I didn't like. The love story was nice, but there was constant smoking and drinking with someone underage and the plot itself didn't make sense. Who falls head over heels in love in a matter of seconds? Though given that it was written in 1952 and is considered a landmark in lesbian romance novels, I guess it was a big hit in its day.

Sherry Jolly said...

Looks like we'll all be hanging out in France! Enjoy your weekend!

Kwizgiver said...

Cheers from another wineo! ;-)

I hope your allergies are better!

Richard Nelson said...

One time I couldn't find the coffee pot. How I searched the kitchen, the bathroom, the bedroom, the studio everywhere in the house I had been. I even like you searched the trash and remembered that I had taken a bag out to the dumpster. So out I went and check the bag. Nothing. Well I said I know I have a coffee pot so it must be around somewhere. I went off to work thinking that I had finally go over the deep end. The next morning when I went to get a glass of juice there was the coffee pot behind the milk.