I have been awarded this three times, so I guess I had better do this post haste! Thank you so much ladies!
I stayed up into the wee sma’s for two books this year: Nomad and The Book Thief.
3. A favorite adventure movie?
As in no fantasy at all? Um, I can think of only one, the old Swiss Family Robinson which I would like to see again soon.
4. Mexican, Italian, or French cuisine… Do you have a favorite?
Probably French even if I can only think of bread and desserts . . .
5. Do you like shopping for relaxation or would you “infinitely prefer a book”? Or either?
Shopping online is fun although I wouldn’t call it relaxing (although it is closer to relaxing than shopping in a store). Book reading can be more exciting than relaxing too.
6. Do you like cranberries?
I don’t think I have had plain cranberries, but I love the juice.
7. Do you enjoy hiking and camping?
Moderate hiking yes, if I get to stop and splash in creeks and look at flowers and such. I haven’t been camping in the rough, but I doubt I would like it.
8. Working with animals?
9. Do you ever name places? Inspired by favorite literary locations?
If I was creative enough and could remember enough choices I might.
10. Do you enjoy dying your hands brown in garden soil? Or do you find worms unsettling?
Worms and dirt both. Also, I kill plants when they are left to me alone.
11. A specific instance of God’s kindness toward you in the past year.
I greatly enjoyed the Little House series, and I made several sunbonnets with the original sewing book.
10. Have you ever read the Bible completely or at least tried to?
11. What book of the Bible inspires you the most?
A chateau, stone cottage, or castle, bedecked with climbing roses, ivy, and fruit with neighboring houses far away.
Possums (just one of a very long list). Their eyes are like holes and their horrid pink tails, ugh. As a child I thought the dust rings in one of our bathroom fans looked possum eyes, so I made them my imaginary friends, so that I was creeped out less.
I will just nominate three, and I will try to tag different bloggers than I tagged for the Sunflower tag. I am guessing that a couple have been nominated already, oh well.
~Does it drive you crazy when book details are ignored in movies (clothing colors/styles, eye/hair colors, etc.)? If so name the most irritating instance.
~Have you or anyone else in your family traced any of your family genealogy significantly? Do you have any known Native American blood or anybody “famous”?
~How would you describe the differences between sci-fi and fantasy (some blasphemous acquaintance at one time tried to say these genres were the same or close!)?
Anyone else may join the tag again with my questions if they wish in the comments or on their blog (I would like to know the answers, but it is bothersome to tag tons of people who anyway may have already done the tag or not wish to do it, so I hereby tag anyone else who wishes to join).