Melody

FF

Appetizer
When was the last time you had your hair cut/trimmed?

I cannot remember the specific time but no longer than half a year.

Soup
Name one thing you miss about being a child.

Without having to worry about anything!

Salad
Pick one: butter, margarine, olive oil.

I love the taste of butter, although I know it is fattening.

Main Course
If you could learn another language, which one would you pick, and why?

Japanese (I read mangas and some magazines which are translated from Japanese so it would be great if I could read them in its original form).

Dessert
Finish this sentence: In 5 years I expect to be…

a proud mother of two daughters. I think I will also be stressing over my elder daughter's education, haha.
10 Responses
  1. MiLeTTe Says:

    i think i would be in the same boat as your desert. lol!

    here's my feast! hope you can drop by. thanks.


    milet!


  2. Julia Says:

    Gosh - it been a long months since I cut my hair. It getting way too long, that I need a cut. I'm thinking of having my hair layer out and trim. I agree with your Soup, I truly miss that. And *chuckle* about last comment on Dessert hehehe


  3. Melody Says:

    Milette - Thanks for visiting! :)

    Julia - Me too! I usually go for trimming rather than cutting. I keep my hair a little below my shoulder blades.


  4. Alice Teh Says:

    Hi Melody, I 'worry' a lot as a child. Like, I want to do this but will mom and dad let me?, I want to go play with my friends but will they be free?, etc... so it's not exactly worry-free for me. LOLOL.

    I love butter. I absolutely adore it. I could eat the whole chunk...


  5. Melody Says:

    I worry more about my homework and exams during my childhood days, Alice! LOL.


  6. mamichelle Says:

    I had the same soup. I hope your dessert comes true!


  7. tegdirb92 Says:

    butter is definitely the best!! Great feast!


  8. genny Says:

    Japanese is very interesting to learn hope you will learn quicker...Mine is ready also. TC


  9. My husband would love to learn Japanese. He's dabbled in the language a little, but nothing too seriously yet.


  10. Melody Says:

    Mamichelle - Thank you. :)

    Tegdirb92 - I love butter, especially when it comes to pastries. :D

    Genny - I think Japanese's culture is quite interesting too.

    Wendy - I've not even master the basics yet! My husband learned it during his Uni days but I think he has forgotten most of them, haha.