1. Looking back at it now, how were your holidays and your time on New Year's Eve?
The holidays were quiet and I remember the strong bond we felt at, what we call, old years evening.
2. Do you have any unusual collections?
Haha, ask me that! I collect: giraffes, fountain pens, mala's (buddhistic prayerbeads), ladybirds, dollhouse 1:12 items, and a lot more.
3. If you could train a machine to do one thing for you whenever you wanted, what would you have it do?
Tidy and clean the house.
4. What is one thing that makes you cry?
Just one thing? When my children are hurt.
5. What do you love to do on the weekend?
This weekend? Go Scotland. LOL! Wwe're packing bags for the girls to go on their trip abroad.
6. Do you and your family get along?
When you mean my kids: oh yes! When you mean the rest of the family. There are not many members left of our huge family. Most live far too far away. We had a good bond between us. My grandmother was a real family mom and grandmom. She had 7 children and lots and lots of grandchildren. She was always able to make people feel happy. I don't remember one row between all those people. It gave me a very positive feeling about dealing with a family, and maybe because of her exampe and her being my role model, motherhood has become such a positive aspect of my life.
7. Have you ever gotten kicked out somewhere? If yes, do tell.
8. Who do you normally turn to when you need to complain about something?
To the person I have to complain about or who is responsible or to a superior.
9. What is the last thing you ordered on-line?
Some very nice beads. Free shipping and half price and all that. So I didn't pay much.
Have a nice weekend!
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