If I know you, and you're reading this blog, you have two choices:

1) Feel free to pretend you haven't, should the contents be offensive, sensitive in nature, or just TMI (Too Much Information).
2) Comment freely or talk to me face to face, and be prepared for further honesty and opinions.

Okay? Okay.

Mar 29, 2008

A few more questions

Remember the interview project? It's still going on. Here are three more questions from Lara.

4. What important aspect(s) of your non-internet life do you not write

about in your blog? Why not?

Every relationship has it's squabbles, down moments. I choose not to write about those. It's petty, really. I like to write, it's cathartic for me. To write about complaints about Käri serves no purpose. And at his point in our relationship we have very few arguments or fights so really it wouldn't be much.

5. If you had 15 minutes of TV air time to talk about anything at all,
what would you want to say?

This one is hard. It's difficult to not consider that I, being nobody, would have no effect regardless of what I had to say. I can get on a soapbox about a lot of things.

The first thing that comes to mind is how public schools spend time celebrating holidays, Christian based holidays, generally. Also mother's day and father's day... Families should be able to choose if they want to celebrate these and teachers should not have to take the time out of their busy curriculum filled days to make a flower pot for mom.

6. What do you think is the hardest part of motherhood? The easiest?

The hardest would be the 24/7. The easiest? Loving them, cherishing.

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