The ever so fabulous Jayman has interviewed me (Yes, ME!) with his five most pressing questions. Here is a transcript of our conversation:
Jayman: What ONE book and ONE CD would you want if you were stranded on a deserted island?
Me: Hmmm…only ONE book? Are you crazy? Um….I guess I should pick something long and tedious that I haven’t quite convinced myself to read yet. Something like War and Peace, that should last me a while.
Jayman: Well that would certainly kee..
Me: Wait! What am I thinking? I’d bring the best survival book I can find with me. And maybe I’ll rubber band a copy of The Swiss Family Robinson to it.
Jayman: Some might consider that cheating you know. But what the heck. How about the CD?
Me: CD? Gee, I’m so not into music…can I just bring an extra book or two?
Jayman: Sigh… Ok, so say you could have any super power you wanted. What would you choose?
Me: I get another Super Power? How cool is that! Let me think for a sec…how about flying?
Jayman: What do you mean another power?
Me: Well, I already have the eye in the back of my head thing going on. I also have the ability to morph into a Zillion Armed Creature to take on all the juggling that needs doing. The uncanny ability to detect evasive actions and untruths, I can read minds. I have the patience of a saint, and the ability to reprimand an errant being in a single withering glance. Ummm…there’s tons more, but I hate to brag.
Jayman: I had no idea… OK then, so with all of your talents, tell me how you would make the perfect sandwich.
Me: And who would this be for? Everyday when Shaun comes home and tells me about the exotic lunch he had that day, I tell him about my famous PB&J that I had. Does that count?
Jayman: Sure, why not? Any character flaws you’d like to talk about?
Me: Character flaws? No…I can’t think of any…
Jayman: Of course you can’t! So… Paper or plastic?
Me: Usually plastic. You can use them for so many things. But the pesky things do seem to over multiply in the middle of the night. Paper is great for a craft project. Why? Were you going to make a grocery store run for me?
Jayman: Ohhh, listen to the closing music, it seems as though our time is up. Thanks for the interview.
Me: Well, gee Jayman, thanks for asking! Shall we do this again sometime?
Me: Jay?? Where did he go?
Format shamelessly stolen from Barb
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