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Stuck in a TV Show? Live Anywhere I want? What Famous Person Would I have Dinner With? Hmmm.

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1.  If you could be stuck in a television show for one month, what show would it be and why?
I laughed when I saw this question, because right now, it would have to be How I Met Your Mother! I wanted to watch this show for 9 years but something always prevented me. When I heard they were having the Series Finale in two weeks, I was devastated. I immediately found repeats of it and my daughters and I devoured every episode on Thursday and Friday nights when they had their 3 hour marathons.
Then they cancelled the reruns.
Well! We ordered NetFlix and started from the beginning and watched every single episode. Nothing like making up for lost time. It is our favorite show now, and I’d love to be sitting with them at that bar while all the shenanigans are going on! (And yes, I’d pick Ted over Barney any day. Robin should have also.)
2.  If you could have dinner with one famous person, past or present, who would it be and why?
Okay, I hate these questions kuz there’s a billion people out there. But, i guess if I was “fantasizing” I’d have to pick Billy Baldwin from the 1990’s.
I was obsessed with him back then and cut out pictures of him all the time and taped them to my college books and bedroom walls. He was the exact image of my ideal man and the vision behind Nicolo in Book 2, Every Five Years. Hey, this picture is so damn cute, can I have both of them?
3.  If you could live anywhere in the world for one year (money is no object) where would you want to live?

Definitely Paris.

IMG_0280   IMG_0289Five years ago, my co-worker moved to Geneva for her husband’s job. I had the pleasure of being invited to stay with her. During my week stay, my daughters and I jumped on a plane and rented our own apartment in Paris for 3 days!

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We stopped at food markets every morning to get our fresh fruit, learned how to ride the metro, and visited all the ‘fun spots’ in Paris that entertained me, and the girls.

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We hope to go back in a few years and spend more time there, but if I was rich, then yes, a year in Paris would be amazing!


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Christine Ardigo – Author of Cheating to Survive, Every Five Years, and part of the Peace, Love & Romance Anthology

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    1. We really did! It was too rushed though. Need more time there!


  1. Paris looks like a good place to visit.


    1. I wish i was there today. Enough of this snow!!


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