I stole this from other blogs. Ordinarily, I don't do many memes because they usually require thinking, but this one isn't too challenging.
What is your current obsession?
Knitting. I knit even when I don't really feel like it. I used to obsessively read fiction, but knitting keeps me from picking at my cuticles.
What is your weirdest obsession?
Some would say the knitting, but it seems pretty normal to me.
What are you wearing today?
Still in my jammie pants and a tee shirt. And my lobster slippers.
What’s for dinner?
I'm planning to stir fry, to make up for the bag o' chips I ate last night for dinner.
What would you eat for your last meal?
I would probably be too distraught to eat, but if not, a whole rhubarb strawberry pie with real whip cream.
What’s the last thing you bought?
Yarn and groceries, in that order.
What are you listening to right now?
The refrigerator. Oops, it just stopped. Now all I hear is the passage of time. Tick. Tick. Tick.
What do you think of the person who tagged you?
Nobody tagged me. That would require that someone actually read this blog.
If you could have a house totally paid for, fully furnished anywhere in the world, where would you like it to be?
The house is not the issue. I would like to live in the country if I could find a rural area that was more blue than red. And flat but with trees. And no mosquitoes.
If you could go anywhere in the world for the next hour, where would you go?
South Dakota, to see where my mother grew up.
Which language do you want to learn?
I watched a French movie last night and marvelled over how everything, even "SHUT UP", sounds better in French. But Spanish would be more useful. Or if I learned German, I could transfer to the Zurich office. Not that I would.
What is your favorite colour?
Red. Red, red, red.
What is your favorite piece of clothing in your own wardrobe?
I hate my clothes. I hate clothes in general. I'm a jeans-and-tee-shirt kind of gal, but right now, my jeans are too tight to be something I reach for automatically.
What is your dream job?
World famous novelist.
What’s your favourite magazine?
The New Yorker. The writing is usually quite exquisite.
If you had £100 now, what would you spend it on?
I don't know how much that is, but I would probably just put it in the bank.
Describe your personal style?
Lazy day dreamer.
What are you going to do after this?
What are your favourite films?
Lately I have been quite taken with foreign films. I can't tell if they are really better than Hollywood or if they just seem better because of the languages. The acting is definitely better.
What’s your favourite fruit?
What inspires you?
I am easily inspired, but not inspired to actually do anything. See lazy day dreamer.
Do you collect anything?
Your favourite animal?
I like most animals but I will say cats because I cannot walk past one without engaging in conversation and offering a few scritches.
What are you currently reading?
The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work. Highly recommended.
Go to your book shelf, take down the first book with a red spine you see, turn to page 26 and type out the first line:
"Tom contemplated the boy a bit, and said, 'What do you call work?'" That's from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. I don't even know where this book came from or why it is on my book shelf.
By what criteria do you judge a person?
Are they fatter than me? That's always a plus.
What skill would you like to acquire immediately?
To be able to run long distances. And to smoke cigarettes without suffering the consequences.