1. If someone, that you trusted, told you that your lover was cheating, would you believe them or not?
I'm too old for that question.
2. What is something that you are disappointed about right now?
I planned to do more this week, and there were too many things going on to stick to my plans. So no tidy attick.
3. Jonathan Frid, who was the original Barnabas Collins on Dark Shadows from 1967-1971, passed away in Canada at the age of 87. Who is your favorite vampire?
4. Should there be age limits on social networking sites such as facebook?
Well, I worked out a good system with the girls when school forced them to take a facebook account. I play at their facebook a game I like, so when something goes on they can easily ask me to have a look.
And they do.
Now I think the girls are old and wise enough to make good decisions at social sites, but I think parents should involve themselves far more than some do. Kids can write so easy: "Tomorrow we all have to go to the dentist at once" thus informing people about an empty house. And it's not only kids who are not aware of the implications of their writings.
So an age level and good information are requirements.
I also think that children shouldn't use their won names on internet.
5. Tell us about your pets. Do you have one that you wish would run away?
No pets here. But I would wish the allergies would run away. Does that count?
6. Do you ever have a hard time with morals?
No. Not at all.
But I do have a hard time with some people who think I do.
7. Did you make 'a plan' the first time you made love or did it just happen?
No plan, but we didn't jump on the bed the first time we met either.
8. Do you agree that fame is lousy or would you love to give it a try? Why?
Depends under what circumstances fame is an issue.
I've been on TV, at the first page of the paper and such, all in a good way, and it was a bit annoying to wait for the elevator at a large shop in town and being stared at, and people pushing elbows and whispering "that's her", but a friendly nod and just moving on was OK.
9. Do you believe in forever, as in 'love forever'?
I think some couples expeirence love forever.yes.
But many should split up when the kids are grown.
Maybe there are far more different kinds of love than we are aware of and we should incoorporate that difference in life far more. I see many couples dealing well with life when they have kids to focus on, but when the kids leave there's nothing that binds them. It should be easier to split up then. Like starting your life anew. Wiser.
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