Friday, January 15, 2010

Friday Five: IF

Jan has us pondering the following...

1. If you were a color, what would you be?
I'm going to say blue-green, the color of deep water, like here at Crater Lake. (By the way, I can't believe I've never been there and we only live one state over! I'm going to have to 'fix' that!)

2. If you were a flower (or plant), what would you be?
Maybe one of those scrappy trees up near the top (treeline) of a mountain. For example, an alpine larch is hardy enough to survive low temperatures in thin, rocky soil, and its wood is strong and durable.

3. If you were an animal, what kind would you be?
I would be a dolphin, because they are smart and get to play in the ocean. (But hopefully I wouldn't get caught in a tuna net.) Ah, here's good ol' Flipper:

4. If you were a shoe, what type would you be?
TEVAS! They are quite versatile and fit my 'style'. I've worn them hiking, to work, and even gone into a lake with them on.

5. If you were a typeface, which font would you be?
Hmm... maybe something like freestyle script because it seems 'friendly'.

Bonus: Anything connected with metaphors that you'd like to contribute.
Because I like looking on the bright side...

all pictures googled


Mompriest said...

I love your cartoon metaphor! and, I love Tevas but they sit right across a vein in ankle and irritate I don't wear them anymore :-(

it would be so much fun to go hiking at crater lake...maybe one day.

Purple said...

One of those scrappy trees that can survive anywhere...very good.

Like Mompriest your cartoon metaphor is priceless.

Auntie Knickers said...

I've always wanted to see Crater Lake too, but I live pretty far away. And I hear it's sometimes hard to get to, but persevere!

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

outdoors... fresh blues, sandals, *sigh* that seems to perfectly fit you! oh yes and you seem thoroughly durable... you've raised two children after all & you still have a sense of humor!!

Mrs. M said...

The scrappy trees are a great answer!

LutheranChik said...

Yay! Another Freestyle Script vote! Good bonus offering as well.

Rev SS said...

I visited Crater Lake a couple of years ago on a Sat in Oct. Next day snow came and it was closed til the following May. It is BEAUTIFUL ... you will love it.

great cartoon!

Christina said...

Good answers, Mom! Those are all very "you." Especially the tree one :)

Processing Counselor said...

You very funny, girl!

David said...

I want to go to crater lake!

I liked the titanic cartoon :)