Monday, December 12, 2011

Meet Me On Monday

Each week Java from Never Growing Old asks 5 questions in getting to know you blog hop. 
Here's this weeks questions

1.  Tomorrow I'm going to _________?
visit the egg farm to pick up some fresh eggs. Possibly do a bit of grocery shopping. Maybe some Op Shopping.

2.  Pudding or Jello?
It depends on what you mean by pudding. Whether its a custard style pudding or a self-saucing pudding. I don't mind either of those and I certainly like Jelly just as long as it isn't green :P

3.  What book are you currently reading? 
I had to go and check the name of the book as I couldn't remember what it was :-/
Curveball by Bob Drogin. I picked it up at an Op Shop, where I get most of my books.

4.  What is the first concert you went to see?
It was Spandau Ballet when they performed at Memorial Drive in Adelaide. I was so in love with Tony Hadley!

Tony is the one in the middle :D

5.  What is your current weather?
It's currently 18.7 °C (65.55 F) and overcast. Although it's a bit on the cool side it's not that bad outside.


Susan said...

Hi from across the pond. I'm from Canada and would love to visit Australia some day.

The moment I saw the photo of the pudding, I started to drool. :)

The book you're reading looks interesting so I might check it out.

Have fun shopping tomorrow. Until next week - take care!

Jo-anne Blossy said...

Hi Susan, thanks for stopping by :) That pudding is really mouth watering isn't it :D

PoetessWug said...

All very interesting, but the egg farm was what caught my attention!...An egg farm?! Is that like a chicken farm where you go and get fresh laid eggs?!...I've never seen one of those if so. We lived on a farm with our own laying chickens, and we have a grocery store where we get our eggs...along with other groceries. But the egg farm has me puzzled! O_0

Simonette said...

My father has an old Spandau Ballet CD, i should probably listen to it. :)

And why don't you like green jello? haha!

Gloria Haynes said...

65 degree weather sounds heavenly!! Have a wonderful Monday!


Jo-anne Blossy said...

Poetess, yes an egg farm is where they have lots of chickens. They package the eggs up and send them off to supermarkets. They also have a sales office where you can buy fresh eggs. I usually get a tray of 20 over-weight eggs for $5.50 which is a lot cheaper than the supermarket.

Jo-anne Blossy said...

Simonette, you should listen to your Dad's CD you might like them :) and the green jello, I'm not that keen on lime that's all.

Jo-anne Blossy said...

Hi Gio, 65 degrees isn't all that bad :) I would much rather have that than the high 90's.

Rebecca Mecomber said...

Spandau Ballet! Oh my goodness that's going back! They had a hit song in the U.S. in the 80s, can't remember what it was.

Karen said...

I can see why you liked Tony Hadley--lol--very cute! :)

Jo-anne Blossy said...

Rebecca, I guess that means I am showing my age lol. I saw their concert in 1985.

Jo-anne Blossy said...

lol thanks Karen, I thought so too :D

Colette S said...

I need eggs too.

And there is a certain kind of pudding I like, but it's certainly not the American little cups in the store.

I'll have to bake one sometime.

Jo-anne Blossy said...

JamericanSpice, I'd buy you some eggs if you lived closer :)
I know what you mean about the pudding. I don't think of it as the stuff you buy in little cups. To me that's more like custard.

Hilary said...

I didn't play along this week, but I never eat jello.. It always reminds me of being sick. In fact, when I was a little girl, about six, I once went to a friends house and her brother was eating Jello. I came home and told my mom he must have been sick... She had to explain that jello was actually a real desert... Ah, memories. I host a Friday Fill-In Blog Hop I would love if you could check it out...

Jo-anne Blossy said...

Hi Hilary, thanks for stopping by :)