1. Do you listen to music at work, and if so, do you use a mp3 player, play it through your office computer, or do you listen to it collectively via a separate radio you keep nearby?
I don't work at an office. At home I never use an mp3. Sometimes I use my computer for music. It depends where i am.
2. Tell us something about people that you absolutely hate.
Hate? What a useless emotion. I'm a buddhist and I've learned to live my life with love and compassion. What I also learned was that all human beings are the results of a lot of influences and not everybody is able to keep his or her head up and be a good person all the time. There are people who have done me wrong in my life and at the moment it feels there are quite some people who are doing wrong to my family and me. I don't agree with their actions and their way of thinking. But ...in a way... I can understand why they have become the person they are and why they act this way. It's a pity, a real pity, that they can't see us the way we are, but have to throw all the dirt that's in their mind on us. A bit of true self-reflection would have been and would be good for them.
3. What is something someone has done that you'd like the world to know about?
Hmmm...don't know. But there's someone in our lives at the moment who seems to be a complete different person than he wants us to believe. It's his private life. But in a way I would love to know if I'm right in what I think.
4. Where is your favorite place to sit when at home?
It depends if I'm at home alone or with visitors. We have a small room so I sit at the place as far away of the door to give people a feeling of space.
5. How did you come up with the title of your blog?
Quite clear, isn't it?
6. Tell us about the one who got away.
What do you mean?
7. Have you ever had a big birthday party?
No, not really and I would love to have a real surprise party.
8. What was the biggest bash you've ever attended?
9. With my kids and an always changing life, I find myself sometimes unable to focus! Do you have that problem, too?
Let's say I can't permit myself not to focus. My son is autistic and he can't read faces. Expressions he doesn't understand he interprets as angry. So I have to translate a lot each day to prevent irritations. When too many things are going on in my life I make choices. If that means my house is a bit more of a mess, so be it. Caring well for my kids always comes first.
Have a nice weekend!
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