I thought this week's Friday 5 was going to be about aviation or flying... hmm... Heights... somewhat of a disconnect here.
1. What’s the best non-animated movie musical you’ve seen in the past several years?
Non-animated movie musical? Haven't seen any in recent years but from my old age and long ago movie list I compiled this Top 5 + 5.... all of them OLD. Sorry.. nothing recent. I don't go to the movies or buy new DVDs anymore.
Just to keep the heights, here are my Top 5 + 5.
1. Grease (1978) - John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John
2. A Hard Day's Night (1964) - The Beatles!
3. That Thing You Do! (1996) - The Wonders!!!!
4. The Sound of Music (1965) - Julie Andrews
5. Blue Hawaii (1961) - Elvis!!!!
6. Help! (1965) - The Beatles!
7. Footloose (1984) - ok nobody sings but a lot of good music & dancing in it.
8. Dirty Dancing (1987) - same reason as #7
9. Mary Poppins (1964) - cheating here; there are a few spots of animation.
10. Singing in the Rain (1951) - Gene Kelly
2. How are you most likely to pass the time during a lengthy blackout?
A blackout would definitely be a low point with no electricity. Ugh!
Top 5 things I would do:
1. Sleep (mostly if it is night time already)
2. Look for all the batteries
3. Listen to the radio - search for news why power is out
4. Call or text someone if cell towers are working. In this instance I would really miss the landline that I discontinued a couple of years ago.
5. Read (if it is daytime. Not good to read if lighting is bad and you want to save on batteries).
3. When were you last in a swimming pool?
Walked by one recently, did not go in. Underwater is pretty low.
4. What do you remember fondly about the neighborhood where you grew up?
OK... one thing... all of use kids used to ride our bikes around our yard and up and down the neighborhood road. When the paved the road, they first laid a foundation of crushed coral over the old road. They paved it over and later we learned that you could use coral rocks to draw lines and pictures on the road. Next thing we had hopscotch squares drawn on the road and also white lines to mark the lanes on where we would ride our bikes. I was between the ages of 7 and 12 at this time.
5. What language did you study in school, and what’s something you remember how to say?
One year of Spanish because I think it was required... The only things I kind of remember are:
"No comprende espaneol."
And that's the lowdown on "heights." Adios!