4.26.2007

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Orange & Green
St. James Park
April 2007

My iTunes: Everything Is Average Nowadays by Kaiser Chiefs

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Judy at Imagine What I'm Leaving Out. She has known me since I was born and is such a dear friend. She was interviewed by another blogger and asked her readers who might want to be next. Several of us volunteered and below are my answers from the questions I picked.

What did you look for most in a mate?
There is the obvious...I needed a man that was resting in Christ. Other than that...it was easy, he needed to have a sense of humor. Laughter is such a joyful experience and I want to spend the rest of my life doing that with my best friend. And boy do we! My stomach hurts just thinking about it.

Is your blog read by family members?
You know it! My mother, father, sister, brother, in-laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins...I love sharing my life here with those who are closest to me. It was one of the reasons I started my blog. The age range for who visits my blog from my family is 80 years young to 3 years old. I miss them all so much...

What one color do you never wear or have in your home? Why don't you like it?
White is so impractical (not that I have EVER been accused of being practical mind you). In my life, if there is a wall, it needs color on it. Besides, I'm a mom...white is just a waste of money until they are buying their own clothes and have moved out of the house!

When interplanetary travel becomes available, where would you travel?
I am not sure where I would go but my camera and bag would be packed (in that order)! I might even leave the bag! I would LOVE to go into space...what an adventure! And can you imagine the pictures?!? :)

What one thing would you do differently in your life, if you had the opportunity to do it over?
I would have believed from the beginning that I was a princess to my Father the King of Kings. I would have seen my worthiness through the eyes of my Savior and not tried to fill empty places in my heart with destructive behaviors and people. While I am big believer that God is sovereign, I wish that my road to my life today wouldn't have had to be so difficult. I am so grateful that God took my messes and made them beautiful.

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If you are interested in being interviewed....leave me a comment saying, "INTERVIEW ME." Then, I will respond by asking you five questions (of course, I get to write the questions). You will then post on your blog your answers to my questions. The fun continues when include this explanation and an offer to interview one of your readers in your post. When they comment requesting to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions. So on and so on....EASY!

19 comments:

kenju said...

Anna, these are wonderful, thoughtful answers from a wonderful young woman! Thanks for offering to be interviewed and doing such a good job of it. Everyone who reads your blog and views your photos is happy that you have a presence here in blogdom, most of all me!

Anna said...

Thanks Judy...I enjoyed pondering your questions!

The Harbour of Ourselves said...

hey anna, go ahead..... make my day....

ps, am ok

Anna said...

Sweet, my first victim...I mean, volunteer! :) Glad you are well Paul

Moi said...

:).....those were great answers....:)
as a kid, my mom wud never buy me white clothes....she'd even make sure to let all my granparents know that a white frock is not permissible as a gift for moi.....my hunger for white clothes manifested itself when i started earning and wud not buy anything but white for a long long time ...:)

Chad Oneil said...

"Inerview me" ;)

Great composition on the image.

Tracy said...

Yes, I'd like to be interviewed! I loved your answers, BTW.

Pat said...

Anna, I've been away from my blogs for a couple of weeks and I'm so far behind but what a wonderful post to start back with on your blog!

Great questions and such thoughtful and wonderful answers from a Child of the King!

Amen!


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The Harbour of Ourselves said...

hey anna, i'm doing ok - just problems with internet connections hence my silence - should be back today - forgot to say what a beautiful shot this is - chad is right the composition is outstanding

Mark said...

So, you tend toward the left? Ha!

Good shot. Not many folks would push it that far out. It draws the eye over.

Bob-kat said...

Those are thoughtful answers to Kenju's questions. They really give much insight.

I have always wanted to go into space, like you I think the photo opportunities would be fantastic! :)

talj said...

Lovely to read more about you! :o)

bluemountainmama said...

i loved reading this, anna. and the picture and caption go with it perfectly.

i started my blog thinking it would be a good way to keep my family up to date on the everyday going-ons, but my dad is the only one who reads somewhat regularly. :) so it has kind of evolved from there.

have a lovely and fun weekend! we're going to a spring festival and staying the night down in one of the town's my husband works in, so i hope the pending rain holds off.....

utenzi said...

I have an upstairs bedroom that I just use for storage and it's my only unpainted room. I keep meaning to paint it--but it would involve moving all that stuff...

Cris said...

Beautiful answers, what started as a blog for your family is now global, I first came here after your pictures, then when started to know more about you through your posts, you became part of my readings and I long for your posts. I'll pass the interview though, too much going on here, a sick child, lots of work... and no time for postings... :-( Have a great weekend! We're expecting rains here.

Anonymous said...

Fun and I'd let you interview me if I had a blog. Timothy

John said...

seriously, white!!! with 3 dirty guys running around the house, white would turn to mud pretty quickly...especially when your husband's male WHM interns are over

JAM said...

Nice to know you a little better. Your faith is inspiring.

Love the tulip too.

lv2scpbk said...

Anna, I just left a post for Chad to Interview Me. Can't wait to see what he comes up with.