>This week has somehow managed to crawl and fly by at the same time. I once again find myself anxious for the weekend.

Here’s an old Friday Five that’s I’ve dug up;

1. If you could live in any city in the world, where would you live and why?
Other than where I am now? How can I choose just one? My most realistic choice woud probably be Halifax. I liked it there and my folks are there. I spent years wanting to live in Chicago (another city I enjoy). Hmm… maybe London, England. Or Paris or Barcelona. Nah – London sounds like a good combo of practical (I can already speak the language) and interesting. Of course it is a tad more expensive than Saint John. I think I’ll stick around here for now. :-)

2. If you could speak any language fluently, what would it be?
Hmm, Spanish. And, I suppose it’d be handy to know French a little bit better. I also think it’d be kinda cool to know Swedish too – at least to know more than how to ask for a postcard, or say that I’m hungry or cute or cold.

3. When was the last time you rode a ferry and where did you go?
The last ferry I rode was the Gondola Point car ferry to go over to Joanna and Eric’s when they lived on the Kingston Peninsula. I used to love taking the ferry across the Halifax harbour to and from school every day when I was at NSCAD.

4. What was the longest plane ride you’ve ever taken?
I think my flight to Malaga, Spain was probably my longest flight. It was around 6.5 hours from Halifax, if I remember correctly. I do remember sleeping as we crossed the ocean, then waking as we neared the coast of Portugal. It was clear and we could see everything all the way to Malaga. It was awesome. I love flying!

5. If you discovered a country, what would you name it?
Sheesh, I havent even been able to come up with a name for my new car yet, let alone a name for a fictional country. I’ll get back to you on this one ;-)