4.30.2017

sunday stealing

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The Unknown Author Questions


1. if someone wanted to really understand you, what would they read, watch, and listen to? read a book we could talk about, watch the sun make its way through the sky, listen to U2 or morning birdsong

2. have you ever found a blogger who thinks just like you? if so, who? there are a few who resonate with me

3. list your fandoms and one character from each that you identify with. too many to list (although I heavily identify with Professor Minerva McGonagall)

4. do you like your name? is there another name you think would fit you better? yes, I like my name

5. do you think of yourself as a human being or a human doing? do you identify yourself by the things you do? being

6. are you religious/spiritual? spiritual more than religious

7. do you care about your ethnicity? well... I suppose so from a genealogy perspective

8. what musical artists have you most felt connected to over your lifetime? Billy Joel, U2, The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Dolly Parton

9. are you an artist? a fiber artist

10. do you have a creed? not especially

11. describe your ideal day. (bonus points if you know the movie): "That's a tough one. I'd have to say April 25th. Because it's not too hot, not too cold, all you need is a light jacket."

12. dog person or cat person? DOGS

13. inside or outdoors? well, that's an interesting question--depending on the time of year I am both--I am partial to shade

14. are you a musician? I am musical but I am not a musician

15. five most influential books over your lifetime. Trixie Belden books, the dictionary, a set of children's encyclopedias, Ken Follett's Pillars of the Earth, and the Harry Potter series

16. if you’d grown up in a different environment, do you think you’d have turned out the same? not even a little bit

17. would you say your tumblr is a fair representation of the “real you”? not really, but my blog is

18. what’s your patron-us? Hedgehog

19. which Harry Potter house would you be in? or are you a muggle? I am a Hufflepuff

20. would you rather be in Middle Earth, Narnia, Hogwarts, or somewhere else? Hogwarts

21. do you love easily? things = yes; people = no

22. list the top five things you spend the most time doing, in order. driving, sleeping, teaching, reading, knitting

23. how often would you want to see your family every year? most of them weekly

24. have you ever felt like you had a “mind-meld” with someone? oh, yes, many times

25. could you live as a hermit? it's called "winter in Maine"

26. how would you describe your gender/sexuality? heterosexual female

27. do you feel like your outside appearance is a fair representation of the “real you”? sure

28. on a scale from 1 to 10, how hard is it for someone to get under your skin? generally, it's an 8.5 (difficult) but for one of my sisters it's a 1 (easy)

29. three songs that you connect with right now. "Happy" by Pharell, "Can't Stop the Feeling" by Justin Timberlake, and "Change the World" by Eric Clapton

30. pick one of your favorite quotes. today, I'm choosing: "Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition."
-- Jacques Barzun

5 comments:

Bev Sykes said...

I loved Pillars of the Earth. Have you read the eequels? I haven't. And i read the original so long ago, i can barely remember it. (big church, right? :)

Zippi Kit said...

That's from Miss Congeniality. I've watched that movie at least a half dozen times. Love it!!

Also, I want to read a lot more books now, thanks to you, KG.

Lol about winters in Maine. heehee

Cat. said...

I also knew the quote (it was floating around Facebook this week), and I'm absolutely sure I know which sister is your "easy-to-be-annoyed-by" sister today! :)

Your knitting is absolutely, totally, art!

CountryDew said...

I think "Happy" is a cool song. Loved your answers. Harry Potter rules.

Stacy said...

Oh my goodness...YES! to Trixie Beldon books. I read them all and I believe they are still in my mom's attic. You are the first person I've ever come across who has read them. I loved her so much more than Nancy Drew!