Friday, February 4, 2011


1. Tell us about a time that you had way too much Jose Cuervo.

I don't think I've ever had too much as I don't know what it is.

2. Do you agree with the following statement: "The older you get, the faster time goes by."?

Yes, I do.
I've always lived intense, so it's not at the moment that it seems to go faster but looking back, or at the end of a day... Sometimes it scares me.

3. What do you usually do during your "down time?"

I almost never give in. I don't like self pity, so that helps.
Most of the time ,usic helps, a cup of coffee and writing things down. Other times it helps to write a businesslike letter or an angry letter to politicians about an important issues. Crawling out of a pit makes me very straightforward.

4. When it comes to the opposite sex, do you feel you have a grasp on 'em - or do they continue to just surprise you?


5. What is your home town famous for?

A lot of things historal and sportive.

6. How many romantic relationships have you had?

Who cares?

7. What's the best concert that you've ever been to?

I bet you don't know the group.

8. Which famous person would you like to meet? Why?

Right at this moment? I don't know. There are so many people I would like to say something to.
Maybe the chairman of the european human rights commission. I don't know if he's famous enough for your question, but ofcourse we bloggers can make him famous. :)
I would talk about the violation of human rights and especially children's rights in the western world.
Parents are more and more seen as labour force and not as the people who bring up the future of the country. The way some countries deal with children and parents... ugh!! And it's getting worse.

9. Has a newspaper or television reporter ever interviewed you? If so, what were the circumstances and what did you think when you read or saw what you said?

Quite some times. Yes.

One of my first television interviews was with a friend.
We were told they would make a trial version first.
So we had our interview, which was much shorter than expected.
Then we sat down for the real one and we were told we were already good on tape.
When we saw the interview on TV we were furious, because they mixed questions and answers in a rather strange way.
Let's say I liked the make up. I looked wonderful!

The best interview on TV was by a famous interviewer who followed our family for a whole day with his camera team. The cameraman turned out to be family. Which was fun.
The interview was great.
Pity was they rebuilt the whole room to get the lights good enough.
He wanted me to read a poem and wanted special lights.
It was gorgeous.
But some important person died the day it was broadcasted and they let the poem out.
He loved the take so much that he put it in a program a year later (to honor the deathday of my daughter), but I didn't see it myself.
I got loads of reactions.

The best interview in a paper was by someone I worked with when I was younger.
It was a few days before his retirement.
He also made the best photo of me, but I never got it.
Peopel stared at me weeks after the interview wherever I went. It was strange in the beginning but in the end I didn't care any more and I kind of liked it, because I started to talk to people who stared and was able to interest them for the cause.

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