It's the interview game! Here are the rules:
Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me." I will respond by asking you five questions of a very intimate and creepily personal nature. Or not so creepy/personal. You WILL update your LJ (or other blog) with the answers to the questions. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the post. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.
Christine asked me...
1) If you could change the colour of the sky, what colour would it be, how it would become this colour and why is it this colour?
I think I would like it to be sunset colours all the time, only not caused by pollution!
2) What is the most drastic change you have ever made to your physical appearance?
It would be a toss up between the time I had an interesting dye job that ended in a skunk stripe of blonde across my bangs and when I got my ears pierced...
3) What does being a Christian mean to you?
That is a very good question I'm not sure if I can answer! I guess it's more about a lifestyle than anything else. It bothers me when people just say "Oh, you're religious" like it's some kind of label, you know? It's so much more than that. I don't think I can really articulate it very well.
4) What is the thing you are most uncomfortable/awkward about? (can be a one word reply to prevent too much uncomfortable-ness)
Humm...I think it depends on the situation. Like having a total blonde moment and saying something stupid in front of my boss vs. saying something stupid in front of a friend, who's just going to laugh at me. And I would watch Men in Tights or the Full Monty with friends, but watching that kind of movie with my parents would be very awkward!
5) If you lived in an alternate universe/time/etc., who would you be and why?
I really have to think about this one...it would be cool to live in Narnia during the golden age of the High King, or to live at Hogwarts when Voldemort isn't running amuck. Or living in an Enid Blyton boarding school would be cool for a while. When I was a kid I read this book called the "Trolly Car Family" that sounded like the ideal lifestyle then - it still sounds pretty good, actually. Or living in a Beatrix Potter book would be cool. Hum, have you noticed they're all books? I wonder what a psychologist would make of that?