sunday stealing

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1. if someone wanted to really understand you, what would they read, watch, and listen to? definitely immerse in murder mysteries, rom-coms, and Christmas music

2. have you ever found a writer who thinks just like you? if so, who? no, although there are a few writers that resonate with me

3. do you care about your ethnicity? not particularly

4. what musical artists have you most felt connected to over your lifetime? The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, and U2

5. are you an artist? yes--a fiber artist

6. dog person or cat person? dog

7. inside or outdoors? inside

8. five most influential books over your lifetime Bel Canto, Pillars of the Earth, 'Salem's Lot, Light A Penny Candle, The Color Purple

9. would you rather be in Middle Earth, Narnia, Hogwarts, or somewhere else? Hogwarts or Three Pines

10. list the top five things you spend the most time doing, in order. thinking, listening, sleeping, reading, knitting

11. have you ever felt like you had a “mind-meld” with someone? yes

12. could you live as a hermit? no, I learned during Covid lock-down that after a month I need outside contact

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

14. three songs that you connect with right now. Christmas Tree Farm, River, Some Children See Him

15. pick one of your favorite quotes. "A happy soul is the best shield for a cruel world." ~Atticus


Roger Owen Green said...

COVID did a number on me. I thought I was pretty self-sufficient with my computer and buying groceries at 6 a.m., which the local grocery store allowed seniors to do. But my church choir wasn't singing! ZOOM is an ersatz thing.

The Beatles are in my top three, probably top one.

Bev Sykes said...

Love your #15

The Gal Herself said...

Your song list reminds me I haven't heard "River" yet this season. Alexa and I will have to remedy that.

I had a similar answer about covid. The pandemic was a learning experience, for sure.

CountryDew said...

Light a Penny Candle was one of my favorite books for a long time. I had forgotten about it, though, with time. Might have to revisit that one.

Plastic Mancunian said...

'Salem's Lot was a great book. Really quite creepy and scary.