Monday, September 25, 2006

Inside the Blogger's Studio

I've been tagged by Mom-nos for a new set of questions. These originated on the Bravo show "Inside the actors' studio" with James Lipton. At the end of each in-depth interview, the host always asks these ten questions. Ordinary people like bloggers often have interesting answers, too. Here are mine.

What is your favorite word?
Touchdown! (Okay, can you tell I answered these on a Sunday afternoon?)

What is your least favorite word?
Should. Shoulds are bogus.

What turns you on (creatively, spiritually, emotionally)?
Reading. Gardening. Learning new ideas.

What turns you off (creatively, spiritually, emotionally)?
Narrow minds, closed minds.

What is your favorite curse word?
Drat. I don’t swear (okay, I RARELY swear), so I’ve found alternatives.

What sound or noise do you love?
Simple sounds: silence, the wind blowing through trees, rain falling

What sound or noise do you hate?
Whispers: Even with my hearing aids, I can’t understand whispers.

What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
Writer or Poet

What profession would you not like to do?
Hold political office. I could work for a candidate or office-holder, but my skin is too thin to ever campaign.

If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you enter the pearly gates?
Whatever She says, I’d just like to be able to hear it without straining or asking her to repeat herself.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

If someone asked me that last question my answer would be "Welcome to heaven, the Packer game will be on Channel 5, and we're having a tailgate party at 6. Bring your own cheese head." And this would be said by god, her/his/hermaphrodite self.

Your daughter.

9/29/2006 5:01 PM  

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