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06 June 2003 @ 10:50 pm
Interview me, part the second  
If you want me to interview you--post a comment that simply says, "Interview me." I'll respond with questions (4-6) for you to take back to your own journal and answer as a post. Of course, they'll be different for each person since this is an interview and not a general survey. At the bottom of your post, after answering the Interviewer's questions, you ask if anyone wants to be interviewed. So it becomes your turn-- in the comments, you ask them any questions you have for them to take back to their journals and answer. And so it becomes the circle.

Here are my answers to althaea's questions:

1. If the world became completely perfect, what would be the most significant portion of yourself that would be lost?

My drive and creativity. In a perfect world those would be neither needed nor encouraged.

2. Which animal do you most feel a kinship with?

Depends on the moment *smile* Mostly lions (esp. in the hot summer), but I do have my Thoroughbred moments as well.

3. What is your vision of an *ideal woman*? Do you think you would like her?

The ideal woman - that's a toughie. She would be both intelligent and smart (which are, after all, two completely different traits). Witty, gracious, able to think on her feet. One who took care of herself, and possessed of strong character. Well read. Funny. Talented. Firm in her convictions. And a redhead, natch *grin* We'd either be great friends or bitter enemies.

4. Are there any mundane, everyday experiences which continue to fill you with awe whenever you encounter them?

The beauty of a sunset over the Flatirons. The foothills serving as a setting for clouds painted in rich tones of red, orange, and gold, fading slowly to the deepest shades of violet as twilight takes hold.

The ability to become completely lost in a book. To leave this world for a few brief moments and enter another, where my imagination can roam freely and weave a rich tapestry with the assistance of an author.

5. [Lorelei's question] If you had to choose between a world that was completely monochromatic, or a world that was completely odorless, which would you pick?

Thanks Lorelei! At first I thought this was going to be a tough question. In the end, however, it's simple. I would definitely choose monochromatic over odorless. For several reasons. First, I enjoy food far too much to not be able to taste it *smile* Second, because smell is wired directly into one's brain - there's little processing that goes on between smell and realization/recognition. That's why smell memories are so sharp and lasting. A great deal of beauty in the world comes from scent. I could still enjoy visual beauty in a monochromatic would, but I couldn't stop and smell the flowers in an odorless one.

-the redhead-
Ko'Shall Viperkoshall on June 6th, 2003 10:23 pm (UTC)
Care to interview me?

-the redhead-theredhead on June 7th, 2003 05:01 am (UTC)
Questions for Vips
Okay, but you have to interview me too, Ask me good questions! I worked hard on these for you *smile* *hugs*

1. Where or whom do you consider "Home"? Will this change?

2. I know you don't really want to be where you are. If you could be anywhere that you wanted, where would you be?

3. What point in history would you like to visit and watch? Why? What would you do?

4. Have most of your life decisions so far been dictated by your head or by your heart?

5. What do you envision is your highest potential (in what ever area of your life you care to share)?

-the redhead-