Hello, and welcome to this week’s Friday 5! Please copy these questions to your website. Answer the questions there; then leave a comment below so we’ll all know where to check out your responses. Please don’t forget to link us from your website!
This week’s questions are inspired by the week I just had.
- If I give you $20 to spend selfishly by tomorrow evening, what do you spend it on?
- What’s a delivery you recently waited too long for?
- How annoying have you been lately?
- When did you last give someone a ride in your car for the first time?
- What was the last piece of candy you ate?
Thanks for participating, and have a sweet weekend!
6 Replies to “Friday 5: A Week”
Mine’s here: https://circuitsoffever.blogspot.com/2019/05/friday-five-week.html
Heh… how appropriate… I’m a week late.
For some reason my own blog won’t let me respond to the comments you folks post there… so I figured I’d follow-up here…..
Thanks folks for the comments. 勝美 – Seems like you got some cool vinyl finds. Not astonishing that the ancillary items that come with special edition releases have higher collectible value, but still that Steel Wheels box is a find.
Scrivner, my recent vinyl finds have been bringing more of my old vinyl back from the Big Island to Honolulu. I’ve been in vinyl for many years, tapered off in the 90s and early 2000s, and even got rid about 50% of it. Now I am in rebuilding mode but trying to control myself from being a gigantic record hoarder.
That said I am prone to buy used vinyl in good condition at either bargain or a reasonable price. Most recent find that I got from Hungry Ear on Record Store day was a good used copy of Brenda Lee’s 1960 DECCA label debut album, “Brenda Lee”. That one has some of my favorite Brenda Lee songs including “Sweet Nothins'”, “I’m Sorry”, “That’s All You Gotta Do”, “My Baby Likes Western Guys” and ” Just Let Him Dream”… great stuff if you like rock-a-billy styled country pop from that era.
Brenda Lee was one of the biggest selling female artists of all time until contemporary ones like Madonna came along. She also headlined shows in England that The Beatles were once the opening act for.