1. When severe whether happens, generally speaking, are you ready for it?
Yes. Light, radio, drinks, the whole shebang. We also have places where we meet in case of flooding here.
2. If you could wake up tomorrow with a new talent, what would it be?
I can't look in the future. So either the talent would be here already or you won't get an answer.
3. What do you strive for in life?
I'm a buddhist, so you can have an informed guess now. LOL! I want the people around me to be happy and I want to assist them as much as possible to have a good life. I also try to reach further and help others and nature as much as I can do.
4. If you were given a vacation home and you could have it anywhere, what location would you choose?
Scotland, either at the hebrides or near Oban.
5. Do you feel energized or drained by being in a group situation? If the answer is "it depends," on what does it depend?
Most of the times I feel energized, because there's so much to see and hear in a group.
6. When you're sick do you take "sick days" or do you force yourself to continue working?
I go on working, unless it is really impossible.
7. What is your absolute favorite piece of furniture you have and why?
8. When you go out, where do you like to go? What do you like to do?
I love to go to the beach to have a walk. Near our house is not much to do for an evening out. Dinner, cinema and such are far too expensive.
9. How's life? Is it treating you well right now?
Better than a few months ago. Oh yes. But I would like to have a nice gesture: work and a house in the UK.
Have a nice weekend!
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