I have been on a motor boat. I actually got to drive it. I was a kid, maybe 13 years old at the most, and it was at a Sunday School party. I turned too sharply and nearly dumped Mrs. Bolt into the lake! I have also been in a Grayline tour boat that took us from the Battery in Charleston out to Fort Sumter in the harbor. The waters sure were rough that day. We didn't think that it would ever get close enough to the fort for us to be able to get out.
I use the alarm feature in our cell phones. However, many mornings I am awake long before the alarm goes off. I am not sleeping very well these days at all. I keep having too many weirdo dreams, too much on my mind, and too many things that I want to read. Sleeping is a waste of time.
I don't remember ever having a yard sale, though I remember one time someone suggested that I do one for them because I was an "outsider". In other words, I was beneath this other person; they were too good to do a yard sale, so they wanted me to do it. That yard sale never happened.
Yes, I like most anything for the kitchen. When we were younger and I was a master at experimenting in the kitchen, we had all sorts of gadgets. I can't think of a favorite; I liked them all.
Yes, I do. I have to. I live with multiple food and medicine allergies/intolerances and some could be fatal. Did you know that a person with a penicillin allergy shouldn't eat Bleu cheese? I didn't know that, but it is good that I found it out because penicillin nearly killed me as a newborn. If I ruled out everything that caused any negative reaction, I wouldn't be able to eat anything. I read the labels, decide if the food is worth the discomfort it will cause, and go from there. Some things, like Bleu cheese and kiwi and cashews I avoid completely because it is no fun to stop breathing, not knowing if I will start back again.