Truth Without Consequences
I’ve decided to take up Maureen J.’s challenge from White Orchid (http://maureenj.wordpress.com/). If you like, copy the post, and change the answers to fit your own profile.
Q: What is your favourite colour?
Q: Where were you born?
A: Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Q: City mouse or country mouse?
Q: If you could be anywhere else, where would that be?
A: Cayman Islands
Q: Favourite seasonal food?
Q: If you could wave a magic wand, what would you do?
A: Stop the wars
Q: What one item do you not leave the house without?
A: Lip gloss
Q: Can you change a tyre?
A: Used to be able to
Q: Worst holiday or trip you have ever taken?
A: First car trip to Ohio: got lost, snow, ice, ran out of gas
Q: Something that you find effortless and comes naturally to you?
Q: Have you had your heart broken?
A: Yes. Many times.
Q: Have you ever proposed, or been proposed to and how many times?
A: Never really been proposed to officially; just happened
Q: Are you obsessive about anything?
A: Speaking and writing correctly
Q: Do you have any phobias?
A: Claustrophobia: crowds, and small, cramped elevators especially
Q: Most interesting country you have visited?
A: When I am feeling truly loved
Q: Most exhilarating thing you have done?
A: Jumped naked off a rock into a clear pool of cool mountain water
Q: Situation in which you are least confident
A: Meeting new people for the first time
Q: You are:
A: Empathetic, kind-hearted, impatient, sarcastic, and a perfectionist
Q: Who knows the real you?
A: Corey and my daughter, Alexis
Q: What do you most dislike about yourself and try to hide?
A: The fact that I can be extremely emotional and vindictive if treated badly
Thanks Maureen for some new and different questions. More later. Peace.
4 thoughts on “Who knows the real you?”
Very interesting questions. I am going to have to think about what my answers would be.
Sorry to hear that you are under the weather again. Same with me. I have had a terrible head cold and my head feels like it weighs 100 lbs.
Morocco sounds fabulous. My husband has family from Morocco and the food is just wonderful.
I feel a bit better today. Managed to stay out of bed for a few more hours.
Morocco was fabulous, and it must have made a real impression on me for me to remember so much of it even as a child. Hope that you will be feeling better soon.
Great list Lita,
You have been to Morocco? I would dearly love to go there one day. I have a fascination with the people, culture, architecture and those fabulous mosaics!
We went when I was just a small girl, but I still remember all of the smells and colors. The market was this collection of women in birkas and children running around barefoot everywhere. I remember going to a Moroccan woman’s house for tea and having some tea cakes. The tea was very strong and smelled wonderful, like cloves, I believe. I remember going to a rainforest and crossing a hanging bridge. My mother wouldn’t cross it because she is terrified of heights. It was hung over this running stream, and there were incredible green leaves on either side. The smells of the cooking were amazing, and the tastes of the fruits were delicious as they ran down my chin. Even though I was young, it is a picture that is still quite vivid in my mind.