TMI Tuesday: Social Norms

It’s time for TMI Tuesday! I’m trying to be more ‘social’ (on the internet) by participating in various memes. I hope you enjoy.

1. Does your workplace have a “casual Friday” or a day when you can dress down or out of uniform?

Yes, we’re allowed to wear jeans but they have to be nice. (No holes, not even decorative.)

2. Has the growth of social media and unabashed sharing of personal info on social media made you MORE or LESS cautious about your privacy?

More. Much more. I hardly post anything at all on my personal facebook or twitter anymore, mostly because I’m focusing on writing and keeping sane. Or as close to sane as I can get….

3. Is gay marriage legal where you live?

Yes. I’m cool with it.

4. Is smoking marijuana legal where you live? Under what circumstances?

I believe medical marijuana is legal, but nothing else. Honestly… I don’t care as long as people aren’t so out of their gourd (I’ve seen it, so please don’t comment otherwise) that they can’t function.

5. Give us a hashtag that best describes your weekend. Hashtag must be 15 letters or less.

#WastedWeekend because more often than not, I end up wasting the time doing things that aren’t writing, cleaning, or being outside. That’s going to change now that warm weather is officially here.

Bonus:  Have you ever stalked a celebrity? Who?

I’ve never stalked a celebrity, but if I did, it would probably be Christian Kane. I adore him.

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    1. Hehe… He played Lindsey on Angel, Eliot Spencer on Leverage, and is Jacob Stone on the Librarians. He’s also a country singer, chef, and does his own stunts. He’s been in a few movies and on another tv show or two. I really just want to sit and hang out with him, talk him into singing a song or two. (We’ll see what happens next if I can even get that far… lol.)

  1. He sounds like a cool guy ie just doing what he loves.
    It’s the ones who actively pursue ‘celebrity’ you have to avoid – you’ll always end up disappointed.

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