1. What in the 2011 has proved to you that you are a survivor?
Lots. I've survived the way other people who think they are better than others have judged me and my family. I survived their negativity, their insinuations, their utter neglect of all the good that we have together. Their jealousy.
I'm also quite on top of what's happening with the paper. A friend had to leave because of terminal illness and we jumped in and found what was left after his struggle to keep on going.
2. Have you ever stayed online for a very long time waiting for someone?
Yes. I had two online american friends who would come online after they had worked and had dinner. Looking at the timezones you'll get the idea of how late it could become.
3. Are REALLY ready for the holidays?
No. I still have to write cards, I have to put up some decorations and I'm never ready for my autistic son being overwhelmed by all the changes.
4. Did you have an imaginary friend as a kid?
I don't know. I had a nice doll. And loads of friends.
5. What niche network do you watch the most?
I don't understand the question. Sorry.
6. Have you ever seen the ocean?
Yes, when I was in Wales. That counts. doesn't it? And I've seen the sea often and I can never get enough of it.
7. Have you ever been hospitalized?
Yes, for a few deliveries and for huge, multidiscipline surgery. I still remember the good moments, and a few of the worse ones. Alas.
8. What do you think of the US Republican candidates for president?
Oh dear, I'm a European, so I have quite a different look on the situation in america than americans themselves. I think discrimination, class society and ill intended political campaign is not done. It's important to practice solidarity and equality, you might never know when you need it.
9. Could you imagine life without a computer?
I can. I've done it. But I'll miss it to bits, I'll miss the contact to bits. But come and visit me when I'm living somewhere in Scotalsn or somewhere else in the UK and I'm happy.
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