April 03, 2005



i'll re-post the rules, just for a refresher.
Here are the rules for this Blog-a-thon:
I'll offer to interview the next how many ever people to respond to this post that will follow these rules:
1. Leave me a comment saying "interview me."
2. I will respond by asking you five questions here. They will be different questions than the ones above.
3. You will update YOUR blog with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

now! it's my turn to ask a few lucky readers some questions!!

for Bev,
1. how are those 'mental health' flowers you bought mid-march? do you have a particularly green thumb? any tips for those of us who can kill a cactus at 20 paces?
2. if money were no object, and you could spend one week anywhere in the world doing anything, what would it be?
3. lets say you just won $1,000,000 in a contest. however, the rules state that you must donate 1/2 of the winnings to charity before you can keep the rest as your own. what charity do you send the $ to?
4. biology asside, what cross-breed of fiber producing animals would create your IDEAL fiber to work with?
5. when commenting on my break up, you suggested the sex and the city solution (fuck buddy!) to moving on. have you, at any time in your life, employed this strategy? :)

for Rebecca,
1. the pope passed away today, as you noted in today's entry. what, in your opinion, is the best thing he did for the catholic church in his time as pope?
2. what are your top three cartoons? i'm a huge tune-fan myself :)
3. how did you meet your DH? i'm always interested in hearing about how madly-in-love relationships first started!
4. you mentioned vermont a few times, so i'll assume you've been there. what's your favorite area of vermont to spend time in?
5. do you live anywhere near port jefferson?? i'm willing to travel, wanna do lunch?

for Jaimi,
1. you have an adagio link on your main page so i'm going to go out on a limb and assume you like tea... what's your favorite variety/flavor?
2. what's the next project on your to-do list that you could actually see yourself wearing, not just knitting for the process?
3. how did you learn to knit? have you always had an interest in crafty stuff?
4. how in the WORLD did you end up in a field such as yours? what lead you to that specific focus?
5. money's not an object, space is not an object. what yarn do you IMMEDIATLY stock up on, just incase there's a sudden halt on production?

thanks! i look forward to reading answers!!

Hi there Alice .... you have a good eye for Kureyon colors! YEs, I have stashes of #130 and #95, which are great colors for my little girl ... but I keep not using them just because I don't want to use them up!! I may make an alternating sweater (2 rows each stripe) for her, but we'll see if I can bear to have them not adorning my knitting corner ... Jenifer :) http://knittingat5337.blogdrive.com
Hey there Alice;
Of course you can use my story...it is very funny! I think about it now and it always makes me laugh since i wasnt very nice to Dh and he hung in there. Maybe he was a masochist in a past life???
Anyway check out the group at Panera. I will try to go this thursday but I have to see since I am leaving friday morning for Ohio to go to a family wedding. If you send me your email (furrworld at yahoo dot com) I will give you directions. I am the one with the red long curly hair! Or look for my goofball picture on my blog!

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