1. Have you and a friend ever have an argument because you were attracted to the same person?
But I had the new fiancee of a very good friend tell me off. I told her that she needn't worry... I was just back from my honeymoon. LOL!
2. Who never returns your phone calls?
I hate the phone, so I don't often call and I never expect people to call me back.
3. What was your favorite childhood toy?
A fabric doll and an iron.
4. Who is the last person you greeted at your door?
One of my best friends.
5. Would you change anything about your life right now?
I want to start a meditation centre or an autism family coaching centre in either scotland or mid-wales with like minded people.
6. Who is the easiest person for you to talk to?
A friend who knows me for over 40 years now. Pity I don't see him as often as I would like.
7. If you could live in any ancient city during the height of the quality of its society and culture, which one would you choose?
I've learned not to care anymore for socalled quality of society and culture. Some societies think they're so high standing, whereas in fact the individual people struggle and the poor are neglected, kids bully at school and grown ups gossip and judge other people.
I would like to live in Tibet before the invasion.
8. What is the most exciting event you’ve ever witnessed?
It was not as much exciting, as it was sad and happy: when a baby was born silent and the midwife and I rubbed it to revive it. It worked!
9. What do you consider the ideal age to have a first child?
There's no ideal age.
I've seen an 18 year old couple raising their children in a very responsible way and theyre now a happy bunch, and I've seen older people messing up.
The best age is when you're able to carry the responsibility for a new life and a new future and when you're able to see it's not about you.
Have a nice weekend!
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