…and other questionable commentary…
For Jayne, at Diary Incarnate, who invited me to share her Liebster.
Liebster, I assume, means ‘faux lobster’ in Canadian.
But I’m a vegetarian. Best not to risk it.
I threw together a salad instead.
So this is me, picking at the greens. 😉
There were 22 questions total. My answers to the other half are here.
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(my answers in blue)
Do you collect anything and what is it? Memories. Kisses. Experiences. Cookie jars.
What trait do you have that irritates other people? I’m direct. People find that bothersome.
What type of a person are you at a friendly party? Friendly Party = Party of Two. And I would be a ‘naked’ type of person. 😉
What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? Love.
What sense would you give up if you had to? I would gladly give up my fashion sense (there’s not much to give up anyway), but I would never ever give up my common sense.
What was your favorite toy when you were a little kid? My favorite thing to play with when I was a kid was not a toy; it was my imagination.
Do you have a weird memory from when you were a kid? For instance: I remember a neighbor that I was warned about – He shadow boxed on his garage door and he would put his head to the ground and listen for trains or so I was told. Basically what is something strange that you remember from when you were a young kid. I had the same nightmare repeatedly as a child; I still remember it in vivid detail. Is that weird?
Do you believe that open toed high heels are inappropriate attire for a female to wear to work? That depends entirely upon the job she’s doing, doesn’t it?
Do you know or have you heard of any women that wake up and pee in the shower when they are getting “dressed and ready” in the morning? I think everyone has peed in the shower at least once in their lives.
Can you tell me about one of the most beautiful vistas you have ever seen? Here.
If you could instantly have another education and full range of knowledge about a subject mater that would put you in a career you can’t have right this moment, what would it be? Hmmm… In my profession, one’s knowledge is expected to be an inch deep and a mile wide; my natural curiosity combined with my collection of life experiences make it a good fit for me. I’m not particularly enamored of the idea of learning for the sake of career advancement. (Frankly, I’m not particularly enamored of the idea of a career. Let alone advancement in one.) I do, however, love learning for the sake of learning. I find my enjoyment – and further my interests – through the process of learning though, so the idea of ‘instant education’ doesn’t appeal to me. I’ve recently entertained the idea of going back to school (again), but for what…? I don’t know. Though seminary might be interesting. 🙂
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If I was accepting this award properly, I would share 11 random things about myself and come up with 11 new questions and nominate 11 other bloggers and 11 eleven ‘leventy.
But nobody ever accused me of being proper. 😉
Thanks for the shout-out, Jayne.