Blogger sistasertraline kindly bestowed the Sunshine Award upon me. Here are the questions that I have to answer:
What is the first thing you do as soon as you wake up in the morning? Take the iPad from my night stand / bed side table and try to get through the 100 or so blogging emails before I have to get ready for work.
What is your greatest fear? My greatest fears were realized when I had my children taken from me by the matriarchal state and had them subjected to expert-confirmed child abuse. I was helpless to stop it at the time.
Do you have a new years resolution for 2014? Destroy the Matriarchy. Feminists messed with the wrong Dad.
What is your favorite song at the moment? As one who loves turntables, vinyl, and tube amps, I have to say Dave Brubeck’s “Variations on Brother, Can you Spare a Dime.” Tough call, though.
What is your favorite childhood memory? Playing North American style football with my father.
Facebook or Twitter? Neither turn my crank. I do have a Facebook page in real life, but rarely use it. Never done Twitter.
What did the last text message you received say? From my sister two days ago, saying she was in hospital. Not life threatening, thankfully
What bugs you the most? Mean people.
What do you consider to be the most important appliance in your house? If it counts, my computer, as I wrote my book on it.
If you could have one song that would play whenever you entered a room, what would it be? If it’s in the sense of something dramatic, I wouldn’t. If the question is more towards identifying a set of lyrics that I identify with, perhaps Kansas’s “Dust in the Wind.” I don’t really have a single song that stands out in this regard, though.
What’s your favorite movie quote? You know, thinking about it I realize that I don’t really have one. “Make my day” when it comes to feminists?
Thanks to sista for her thoughtfulness in honouring me thus.