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Saturday 9: Do You Think I'm Sexy?


1. Who do you think is sexy? Journey's new frontman

2. When does it become love? when you know how to forgive and/or let go

3. Are you a good dancer? I have two left feet

4. What magazines do you read? Time, Reader's Digest, National Geographic and several others

5. If you could have any name, what would you call yourself? the same, Hazel

6. Have you ever ridden in a limo? If yes, when? If airport limo counts, then yes, a few times

7. What is something you really like to do? live in a quaint cottage in an English village but holiday in the tropics at least once a year

8. Last chance: Who wins Idol, Kris Allen or Adam Lambert? It's been years since I watched Idol, so I don't know

9. If you had to, what animal would you choose to be? an eagle or a dog owned by a wealthy dog-lover


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Comments

AD said…
ahh confidence in your own name :)

wonderful!!

http://whenhekissesher.wordpress.com/2009/05/16/saturday-9-do-you-think-im-sexy/
I am Harriet said…
I like Hazel. I named my dog Hazel. I loved the TV show too :)
Genejosh said…
interesting answers! Love your name too-Hazel is unique!

We're on magazine covers!.

Have a nice weekend!
Kimber said…
Second person I have read to say a dog owned by wealthy person. Great answers!
Anya said…
Oepssssssss a sexy post HEHE
Kareltje sit on my laptop.
he is toooooooooo young for this
LOL
Lovely post ,
I have 2 right feet LOL

Have a great Weekend Hazel !!
onangelwings said…
I need to check out Journey's new front man.

My cousin is in a Journey cover band called Separate Ways.
Indrani said…
Interesting answers!
I liked the second answer very much.

Thank you very much for the nice words you left at Anya's about my blog. :)
Hazel said…
To AD, I heard my name is veeeerrryyy old. I think it's nearing extinction. My very Catholic father wanted to name me after a saint - Maria Theresa. I wouldn't have minded :-)

To Harriet, Thank God it's a dog this time, one of my favorite animals. When I was a kid, I read a children's encyclopedia and found my namesake there - a witch.

To Genejosh, posting the award in a bit. Thank you, sis.

To Kimber, I would be well looked after and hopefully spoiled if I were a dog owned by a wealthy dog-lover :-) I fancy the idea.

To Anya, we could dance together then. Let's just try not to roll on the floor when we both make a wrong step at the same time lol!

To onangelwings, when you check out Journey's new frontman, you will know why I think he is sexy *wink*

To Indrani, it's always a pleasure to visit your blog :)
shopannies said…
I love the name Hazel it is so cool
2 left feet? That must make it tough to buy shoes. :) Have a great day...
Oo, an eagle! That sounds fascinating!
cpsanti said…
the airport limo thing made me smile ;-)

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