Turns out today is the last day of the world. So I thought I’d provide you with a list of “Lasts” prompts for a page about yourself. Better hurry if you’re a slow scrapbooker!.
You can also print it up and give it to each of your family members for a fun little mini-book. Or, perhaps you’re having a Last Day of the World party tonight? You can give the list to each of your guests for a fun activity!
(Why didn’t I think of that before?)
What Was Your Last…? Journal Prompts
Along with my own answers.
- What was the last song you listened to?
Unnamable, by Matthew Santos on Rhapsody
- Who was the last person you kissed?
My man, Izzy.
- What was the last book you finished?
Riven Rock, by T. C. Boyle.
- Who was the last person you apologized to?
I’m sure it was Izzy — I probably felt bad for sleeping so much because of these drugs I’m on for my crazy neck problems.
- What was the last television show you watched?
Treme, which was good. But we just finished a season of Survivor, and it was brilliant. I know, it’s embarrassing, but I am completely enamored with Survivor. One of my very favorites!!!
- What was the last thing you ate?
Pizza from Papa John’s with tomatoes, onions, olives, and mushroom. No cheese.
- What was the last thing you drank?
Water. But the last non-water thing I drank was Chai Tea with soy milk. The last adult drink? Wine. Red. Unfortunately, it was a Pinot Noire. Obviously, I wasn’t the one who bought it. But I admit, it was a decent Pinot, so I enjoyed it just fine!
- Where was the last restaurant you ate at?
We had lunch at the Blue Nile today — Ethiopian food. Usually we love it, but today it seemed to be missing the variety of spices we love so much. We had vegan cupcakes afterward at the brand new 98% vegan restaurant next door! We’ll be eating there very soon!
- Who was the last friend you spent time with?
Izzy and I met Mitch for wine at D’Vine on Tuesday night. But he’s a cousin (and the one that bought the Pinot!). Does it count that we had a really good chat with our dance teacher, Jacqueline, since I kinked my neck and couldn’t really dance? She’s becoming a friend and we love her. But if that doesn’t count, we had fun with Chris and Sarah at their daughter’s birthday party last Saturday And I got to spend a little bit of time with my best friend, Tami, and good friend, Rhonda, at Tami’s daughter’s baby shower, also last Saturday.
- When was the last time you hugged your mom and dad?
Since we live across the country, hugs with mom and dad only happen about once a year anymore. It would have been last July 2010 when we said goodbye after our fun trip out there.
- What was your last twitter or facebook status update?
Twitter update: @FrancineClouden Happy birthday!!!
A funnier Twitter update just before that: @Gela65 Yes. And it’s also a reminder that we have crazies running around.
Facebook Status Update: We’re currently having more than half our house painted in bright happy colors. So bright, in fact, that it feels like a Dr. Suess house.
- Describe the last picture you took.
I took a picture of a scrapbook page in progress. But that was for work. My last picture for just for fun — I was taking pics of my oldest in a shirt and tie for a school presentation. We rarely dress up like that, and it was weird and funny seeing our thirteen-year-old looking grown up. The actual last shot I took in the series was after he’d swung his backpack onto his shoulder and turned to walk out the door.
- Who was the last person you called?
Izzy. I was giving him a status report of my doctor visit.
- What was the last thoughtful thing you did for somebody?
Hmmm. Hard to think on this one, as I’ve spent the last three days trying not to fall down from dizzy spells, or drugged up and asleep on my bed. I seem to remember…okay, I can’t remember doing anything thoughtful recently.
- What was your last creative act?
Other than blogging? I spent some good time painting the other night. I’m falling in love.
- What was the last thing you did that was brave?
I went to Berkeley for four days on my own. That doesn’t really require much bravery, but it does get you out of your comfort zone to go car-less to a new city all by yourself. I’ve taken little adventures for creative getaways every year for the past three years and it’s one of my favorite things to do.
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