Friday, June 10, 2005

To use Amy's word -- "Bloggerview"

So I have been reading this blog as of late. Let me tell you something about me: if I really enjoy reading a blog or viewing a photoblog, I want to go back to the very beginning. I feel as though I am cheating myself out of something, like I'm starting in the middle of the book, you know? Anyway, that's just me. So while reading Amy's very excellent -- but humble -- musings, I came across a blog interview, or "bloggerview", that she had taken part in. At the end she said she would now "interview" the first three to respond. I thought, "Neat! I'll do it!" and left a comment. As I read further into her blog, though, I realized that Amy's blog had recently made a move, but the old comments had not, so I probably was not one of the first three. Doh! I felt a bit silly, but Amy is very kind and gracious, and gave me my five interview questions. Thanks Amy!

My Bloggerview with
Amy's Humble Musings:

1. I see that you’re crazy about your husband. Describe him in three words.

This is a tough one! Only three? Okay, since I am limited here, I will go with compassionate, humble and funny.

2. What do your Saturdays usually look like?

Lately they're pretty crazy since we just bought and moved into our first house. I guess a "normal" Saturday would involve laundry, a meal I can take more time on, maybe Casey and I walking at the park, and probably some cross-stitching in there as well. And lately, with the photoblog, I'll get out there and do some picture-taking.

3. Name three things that make you uncomfortable.

Can I name one thing that comes in a package of three? Just kidding. Um...I know that listening to those prank calls that radio stations make gets me pretty nervous, enough to the point that I turn the radio off. I can't do that to someone. And watching something like Candid Camera usually made me uncomfortable, if the person being pranked got really mad. I think that only counts as one, since it's kind of the same thing. When I am in a store -- department, grocery, whatever -- and there is an angry customer, I would rather not be there. I feel sorry for the person being chewed on, and I feel rather helpless. I don't know why it was difficult for me to think of a third, now that this last one came to me: I am very uncomfortable with speaking in front of a group of people, large or small. There are times when I have input in a Bible class, and sometimes I will actually speak up, but for the most part I feel so awkward and fumbling at that sort of thing. I think it's something I hide well (hopefully!), but inside I am climbing down into a hole.

4. Name four that make you squeemish.

Hair in the shower drain! Once, when I cleaned it out, I got this look on my face I was sure would stay there because I held it that way the entire time. Flying cockroaches are a big squeem factor for me. Once in high school, the house was pretty dark and I went upstairs and this thing flew at me and I will tell you that I squealed. Walking on a dirty floor with bare feet -- I don't even like thinking about it. Since I'm having a hard time coming up with a fourth, I'll mention the the stuff I cleaned out the bottom of the fridge -- and let me clarify, we bought that fridge from the same people we bought the house from, so it was not our mess. They are wonderful people, but when it came time to cleaning that monster out I thought at one point that there was no end in sight!

5. What characteristic about yourself makes you a good friend to have?

I'd like to add this question to my "uncomfortable" list. I like to think I am an encourager, but if I could be considered the friend that makes them laugh I'll take it!

Now, per Amy's instructions, I am offering to interview the first three people responding to this post. The rules are as follows:

1. Leave me a comment saying “interview me.”

2. I will respond by asking you five questions here on my blog (not the same questions you see here).

3. You will update your blog/site with the answers to the questions.

4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.

5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

Thanks again, Amy!

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