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30 March 2005

I'm lookin' for some answers

Finally!  I've got Blog-A-Thon questions!  The astute among you may notice that the last three questions for each contestant victim interviewee are the same, and they're the same as the last three questions I asked Jennifer.  Well, I like those questions and I'm truly interested in the answers.  I have posted all five questions for each blogger for ease of copy+paste.  The rules can be found here.  And let me just say that even with repeating 3 of 5 questions for each contestant victim interviewee, this was HARD!


Cara:

1.  Is there a crafty or artistic endeavor that makes you say, “I’d like to try that someday!”?

2.  Many of your photographs feature botanicals.  Do you have a green thumb?

3.  What is your favorite food a) at a restaurant, b) to make from scratch, c) for a snack?

4.  "Summer vacation" and "summer home" used to have a more literal meaning – some people would actually spend their whole summer at their summer home!  Where would yours be located?  (Anywhere in the world and money no object, of course.)

5.  What's at the tippy-top of your "I'd Like to Make That" knitting project wish list?  (Again, money and time no object, nor even "skill level" if you believe in that sort of thing.)

Celia:

1.  I admire your strength and confidence and it is no more evident than in your unique, playful, fun style – from PJs to work clothes.  Who gets the most credit for influencing your sense of personal style?

2.  I think you like to party!  You seem to effortlessly pull it together, whether it’s a CAMP dinner or a St. Paddy’s brewhaha.  Tell me a story about the how “effortless” it is; you know, “I thought we’d never get the show on the road because…”

3.  What is your favorite food a) at a restaurant, b) to make from scratch, c) for a snack?

4.  "Summer vacation" and "summer home" used to have a more literal meaning – some people would actually spend their whole summer at their summer home!  Where would yours be located?  (Anywhere in the world and money no object, of course.)

5.  What's at the tippy-top of your "I'd Like to Make That" knitting project wish list?  (Again, money and time no object, nor even "skill level" if you believe in that sort of thing.)

Elizabeth:

1.  Every blog I visit lately has a shiny new spinning wheel or drop spindle in the house!  Will I be seeing one at KittyCafé?

2.  What crafty or artistic endeavor makes you say, “I’d like to try that someday!”?

3.  What is your favorite food a) at a restaurant, b) to make from scratch, c) for a snack?

4.  "Summer vacation" and "summer home" used to have a more literal meaning – some people would actually spend their whole summer at their summer home!  Where would yours be located (I already know that it will be fully plumbed!)?  (Anywhere in the world and money no object, of course.)

5.  What's at the tippy-top of your "I'd Like to Make That" knitting project wish list?  (Again, money and time no object, nor even "skill level" if you believe in that sort of thing.)

Terby:

1.  Are you really going to try that “Not To Do List” thing?  (It sure seems like an interesting idea!)

2.  I found your blog because you’d linked to me regarding St. Brigid; you wrote that it “really inspires me to keep learning.”  What do you see as your biggest obstacle to knitting that or another Aran?

3.  What is your favorite food a) at a restaurant, b) to make from scratch, c) for a snack?

4.  "Summer vacation" and "summer home" used to have a more literal meaning – some people would actually spend their whole summer at their summer home!  Where would yours be located (I already know that it will be fully plumbed!)?  (Anywhere in the world and money no object, of course.)

5.  What's at the tippy-top of your "I'd Like to Make That" knitting project wish list?  (Again, money and time no object, nor even "skill level" if you believe in that sort of thing.)

Comments

Thank you for your time making the interviews. I'm sure they were hard to do and we willing victims will give them due attention before answering.

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