The Weekly Musing #7: Results

I posted this over a month or so ago, but I’m going to finally respond and post a new set of questions. Feel free to comment if you do post any TWM questions on your blog; I want to know if anyone actually does them, it doesn’t matter when they’re posted, either.

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The Weekly Musing #7

This week, let’s continue with the topic of summer.

  • During the summertime when the weather is not-so-nice (i.e. constant RAIN… ugh) and everyone is stuck indoors, what kind of indoor activities keep you occupied?
  • Video games and watching movies are both fun, but I feel like a lazy bum after sitting around for a long time. Cooking is another activity that keeps me occupied, and working on my massive scrapbook/cookbook.

  • Describe the best (or worst) summer job you have held.
  • The worst one that I can think of was when I was about 15 or 16 years old and working at a local Italian restaurant/pizzeria that has since changed owners. I was getting paid about $4 or $5 an hour and worked my ass off as an all-around servant/busgirl bitch while the one waiter on staff (I was never formally “promoted” to a waitress, although I worked harder than the one waiter did) took all the tips, occasionally remembering to give me a small portion of it. So at the end of a few hours, I only walked out with $20 or so. That sucked…

  • Do you prefer to take day trips or long vacations? Why?
  • Day trips are generally easier to take because they allow for you to see a bunch of places over the course of a few short trips, and they generally require less money than a long vacation.

  • Have you ever taken an impromptu road trip? If so, describe your experience. If not, describe your ideal trip.
    I would like to travel out to the West Coast one of these days, since I’ve never been there…

Feel free to comment with your responses and/or repost the Musing on your own page. I look forward to reading what you have to say!