1. Did you prank, get pranked or ignore April Fool's Day?
I got pranked and a big-time pranking it was! I have been waiting for ages for the release of the 1940 Census. Today, April 2, is the release date. One of the genealogy related blogs, RootDig, that I receive via e-mail sent out a note about a federal act that would keep it from being released without a presidential directive. ACK! I was all ready to send out a post of my own griping about this eleventh hour snatching, but I needed to go back to that blog e-mail to get the link for the offending Act. I clicked the link to be greeted by the fact that it was an April Fool's joke. Too funny! I'm glad that I hadn't posted my upset post! The only thing I can think of that would have been worse would be an e-mail saying that the depository housing the 1940 Census had burned. I would have been bawling my eyes out so hard that I wouldn't have been able to read the words "April Fool!" They got me good!
2. What is the most unusual thing you have in your pantry or refrigerator right now?
We have balloons in the freezer. Our youngest daughter makes balloon animals and these balloons have to be stored in the freezer before she makes them into animals.
3. If you were in the "Miss America" (or another) talent competition, what would your talent be?
If I were in the Miss America contest, I would have to say my biggest talent would be making people see something that isn't there, because if they saw what was there, I wouldn't be in the competition. :)
4. What is one thing you miss about being a kid?
The freedom to not worry about adult responsibilities. Worrying about how to clothe and feed people was for the grown-ups to worry about and I knew they'd take care of it. I also miss being able to zip around through the woods on my bicycle. That was lots of fun.
5. If you HAD to change your name, what would you change it to?
I would possibly change it to "Lily". "Suzanne" means lily and it is a flower that I like very much, especially tiger lilies.
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