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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

My Solstice Tradition: ASK ROGER ANYTHING!

I'm trying, really trying, to get into the spirit of the season. I've been checking out Polite Scott's Advent Calendar Comic Book Cover Countdowns and Jaquandor's Daily Dose of Christmas and Tegan's LEGO Advent Calendar, the Tournament of Carols (Bing will definitely win) and most of all, Fred Hembeck's The Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, MANY Faces of Santa Claus!

Yet, I'm still felling the seasonal stress. Sunday, in particular, made me very...grumpy. Sunday, I was Christmas shopping. There IS a correlation, though shopping wasn't the only frustration that day. The neck is sore, for some reason. And my left heel has a cut on it, probably from chafing while wearing some boots when it snowed a couple weeks ago. (But NOT this past weekend, as it turns out.) The one thing that did make me laugh was an e-mail from some cruise line that had the heading, " There's Still Time to Give the Gift of Cruising!"

So, to cheer me up, it is your opportunity to Ask Roger Anything. Anything at all; nothing is off limits. These are the exciting rules:
1. You can ask Roger anything.
2. He must answer.
3. He must stop referring to himself in the third person.
4. My answers must be true. Now it can be the truth without being the WHOLE truth, but the discerning questioner will pick up on this.

And starting on Sunday, I will answer your questions. If you want me to answer a question or three, you can leave a comment - I love comments - or you can find my e-mail on the sidebar and you can e-mail it to me.



Q said...

I must know, "What will you do in 2010? Will you still play in the ABC Meme. Is there life on Mars?"
Maybe a nice glass of Eggnog will help you get into the spirit of the season and a cookie. I am thinking of doing some baking today to get the house smelling just right.
Happy Christmas,

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jay said...

Hmmm. Ask you anything? *Rubs hands together* Well then...


OK, why do I think you're an ordained minister?

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

Did you have a White Christmas? Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas!

magiceye said...

why the stress during holidays meant for destressing? it is distressing!

Scott said...

Is there a team you are rooting for to win the Super Bowl?

What is your favorite Christmas family tradition?

Do you do a lot of decorating inside and outside your house for the holidays?

What Christmas gift made the most lasting impression on you?

What was the best Christmas gift you received as a child?

Merry Christmas to you and your family, Roger!

Jaquandor said...

Do you cook? If so, what? Do you have a favorite ethnic cuisine? If so, what? And do you have a strong opinion one way or the other on Governor Paterson?

Anonymous said...

Amazing as always