Because I'd hate for you to go any longer without hearing from me, you know? :-)
*Which did you last wear - flannel shirt or sweatshirt?
I don't actually own any flannel shirts (though I have lots of flannel pajamas), and I have lots of sweatshirts. And though I haven't pulled them out yet for this year, the last time the weather called for it, I wore a sweatshirt.
*Which chart is easier for you to read - fairisle or cables?
I have to agree with Dee on this one - I think fairisle is easier to read, but cables are easier to do. I'm not all that good at charts overall though, to be honest ...
*Do you prefer a turtleneck or a cowl neck?
Turtleneck. I have one sweater with a cowl neck, but find it uncomfortable if I'm wearing a coat.
*Have you been on a ghost walk? Where?
Nope. But during the time I worked at Eastern State Penitentiary, I spent some time around groups that would come looking for ghosts. And many co-workers claimed to have seen ghosts.
*What is the bulk of your stash - sock? worsted? bulky?
Sock yarn for sure! I have some worsted, and a little bit of bulky, but most of my stash is sock/fingering weight yarn. I have a serious issue saying no to sock yarn ...
*Have you tried acupuncture? Would you?
No and yes. I know lots of people that it has helped considerably.
*Have you eaten Halloween candy yet this year?
Yes. The Tim brought home a bag of candy with the little individual packets inside, and I had a couple. (It wasn't my favorite kind of candy, or trust me, I would have had more!)
*Have you seen Christmas decorations yet?
No I haven't. But I also have not been out to any stores for at least a month, so they may very well be covered in decorations and I just have not seen them. Having said that, I'm good at completely ignoring them until I'm good and ready to enjoy them ... you know, after Thanksgiving.
*What's your charity of choice to donate to?
I try to spread my $$ across several of the shelters here, where we have adopted animals. Then each year in December, I make an extra special donation to one of them, taking turns so that each gets soimething. And I also usually donate to a couple of charities that my great-nieces/nephews are doing fundraising activities for - last year, my great-nephew Zach did a jump rope fundraiser for the childrens' section at Johns Hopkins Hospital and I donated to that.
*You are at the apple orchard - do you buy: apples? donuts? cider?
(Though since I haven't been to the orchard yet this year, I am planning my weekly treat for tomorrow to be an apple cider donut from Wawa. Sooooooo GOOD! Plus, I love Wawa.)