There's rules, of course.
1. Thank and link back to the awarding blog. Done.
2. Answer the following seven questions. See below.
3. Provide ten random factoids about yourself. See belower.
4. Last but not at all least, hand this on to seven deserving others. See even belower.
(Just to mention in passing, I really want to change the questions and most of them are vague or slightly daft, but tradition is tradition I suppose).
1. What's your favorite song?
Don't have one. Sorry. It's very mood dependant.
2. What's your favorite dessert?
Homemade danish pastry with raspberrys. Which I make and is awesome.
(Note that the original question asked about my favourite desert, in which case the answer is Gobi.)
3. What do you do when you're upset?
Variable. Mostly I just run away from people for a bit and smoke a couple of cigarettes. In extreme cases I embark on major housecleaning, which suggests I should get much more upset much more often.
4. Which is your favorite pet?
We only have one right now. She's 16, jet black, a killer queen and her name's Zuleika. She's also a cat.
5. Which do you prefer? Black or White
Neither. I'm a shades of grey gal.
6. What is your biggest fear?
Heights. Changing a lightbulb is a big deal for me.
7. What is your attitude mostly?
Self-conscious but prepared to roll the dice.
10 random factoids
- I regard garment shopping as a form of purgatory.
- I have love walking barefoot (this might have come up before - in which case, I do apologise, but I'm not really that interesting)
- I am a balrog in the morning.
- Whistling freaks me out and makes my spine wobble.
- I have a broken nose from a left-over riding accident.
- I have a horrible effect on technology. Batteries run down in days, computers act funny, stuff does not work as it should. Magnetic field misfire is my theory.
- I adore airports and deeply fear flying.
- I get stagefright before every class I teach.
- I fall asleep reading. Sitting up with a book in my hand.
- I failed my first driving test in spectacular style by backing into a lamp post.
Analog Breakfast - Suze is always a great read, stirring up the braincells with intelligence and humour. She's also crazy enough to ask me to GM for her as she works her way towards gamer-dom.
Carol Anne Carr - Carol Anne writes about children's literature in a way which makes me plain envious.
Elise Fallson - Elise - expat living in France. She blogged on insects for A-Z and is a seriously stylish lady.
Elizabeth Twist - self-confessed plague enthusiast. How can you resist?
*Pixies don't have wings - Buffy proves once and for all that fey does not mean feeble.
Rubye Jack - insightful thoughts from Rubye. She writes from the heart.
Servitor Ludi - Cygnus is another who makes me jealous. What I take pages and years to formulate, he puts in two paragraph blog posts.