1. Adam Duritz (writer and lead sing of Counting Crows) mentions previous girlfriends in songs. In Mrs. Potter's Lullaby he sings “There a little piece of Maria in every song I sing”. Is there a piece of an ex that will always be a part of you?
Well, there are always small gestures and such that stay after you've been with someone. So I guess that when you know two of my old friends well you can notice a flaw of movement resemblance now and then.
2. Who was your very first significant friend?
A very nice guy, who has made a wonderful professional carreer and has a lovely family now. So I won't mention his name.
3. What are four (4) things you hope to do this weekend?
Wake up in time, be at the railwaystation in time, walk on the beach, sleep in on sunday.
4. What do you consider to be the main purpose of your blog?
To vent, to remember things, have a bit of quiet time. "Mom is writing, don't disturb her."
5. Tell us something that you've never before written about in your blog because it's too personal.
6. If you could choose your doctor, do you prefer someone of the same or opposite sex?
We've got a male family doctor, but gynaecological issues are for the specialist.
7. If you could dream about anything tonight, what would the subject matter be?
I nice garden house, a vacation at sea, a cottage in Scotland. I probably dream about spiders again. It's that time of year. They're everywhere and I have a close look around the room to see if none of them is there. Ugh!
8. How do you react to practical jokes when they're played on you?
Have a good laugh, then it's less fun for the person(s) who pulled them on me.
9. What's on your agenda after this weekend for the upcoming week?
Eh...filling in piles of forms, planning an important interview, going to the dentist, writing down my ideas for the paper, doing something nice with the girls.
Have a nice weekend!
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