Any more?

319 words written by dylan
Posted May 16, 2004 @ 06:27 PM
1 comments

I'm overdue in getting these questions out to people, thanks to a gassy Ms. Annabel demanding burping 24/7. I should note that Ms. Dayment answered her questions five days ago.

So, now more questions, including ones... for my mother.

Mike

  1. Who are you?
  2. If you couldn't be a webmaster, what vocation would you choose?
  3. Biscuits -- butter or gravy?
  4. What three people from all of history would you like to be stuck in an elevator with for three hours?
  5. Name five CDs you can't live without.

Samantha

  1. You dis Florida a lot. Say something nice about it... or if you can't, say something nice about Jeff.
  2. Fess up to your guiltiest musical pleasure.
  3. If your life was a TV show, which network would show it... and at what time? Would the reruns be syndicated, and if so who would show them and at what time of day?
  4. After a year in Seattle, is there anywhere you haven't been in town that you'd like to see?
  5. You have a year to live and a big wad of cash. Where would you move to enjoy your remaining days?

Mom
  1. When I was a kid, I remember you playing a lot of Neil Diamond. What's the deal with him?
  2. Name your favorite melon.
  3. You're Marcia. I'm Dylan. My daughter is Annabel. What is the deal with the hard-to-spell names?
  4. Where (professionally || socially || physically) do you hope to be in five years?
  5. Tom Cruise or Tom Hanks?

Yes, I'll still take more people if they want to be subjected to my evil interview questions. Just leave a comment.

THE RULES:
1. leave a comment, saying you want to be interviewed.
2. i will respond; i'll ask you five questions.
3. you'll update your website with my five questions, and your five answers.
4. you'll include this explanation.
5. you'll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed.

Comments

  1. Well, since I don't have a blog, I guess I will answer your questions here....okay???

    As far as Neil Diamond goes - hey, I was stuck in the house with two wild boys....if you remember. You and Ryan. Neil Diamond was my sedative! There was nothing greater to mellow me out. Cheaper than tranquilizers...well, maybe not. The adverse lasting effects of Neil Diamond songs rooting around in my brain has not been determined yet. Maybe that is a discussion I need to have with my doctor? Neil Diamond exorcism....do you think they have such treatment? Maybe worth looking into. Of course, that will only help me.... I guess YOU are on your own!!

    Melon??? It is a toss-up between cantaloupe and watermelon. I ate a lot of watermelon when I was pregnant with you. I used to put the melon in the kitchen sink and eat it right from there. Much cleaner and I could spit the seeds right into the garbage disposal. Aren't you glad you asked?

    Okay, the name thing. I didn't have anything to do with the Marcia thing. BUT, as you know, I am so thankful to have it as a name....it could have been a lot worse. I was named for my Maternal greatgrandmother (Marcia Elizabeth) and my paternal greatgrandmother (Cynthia Ann) - hence my name - Marcia Anne... BUT, if I had been named for my Maternal grandmother (Winnie Velma) and my paternal grandmother (Fannie Minnie), I could have been a Minnie-Winnie. Oh, I am so thankful.

    Dylan, you should be thankful, too. I almost named you William Shane....Giddyup! OR Dylan Chadwick...don't know where that came from. Probably from "10,000 Names For Your Baby" book...we spent a lot of time researching. Your name fits you perfectly, but, of course, that is just the mom talking.

    I think Annabel has a beautiful name. With a little help from her brilliant parents, she will probably know how to spell it by the time she is a Freshman in High School. No, just kidding. I think you and Susan put a lot of thought into her name.....AND as a bonus, she was named partially for me...or so you say. What an honor! She is such a beautiful baby and she has a name befitting.

    Professionally, in five years, I will probably be right here...still running your Dad's firm (but it is feeling more like mine everyday.) Unless some tall, dark and handsome billionaire comes and sweeps me off my chair. I won't hold my breath. It would be nice to retire in about 15 years, though. Socially - well, I would like to learn to dance better. I have great friends now...I want to keep them as special friends and add more friends along the way. Physically, I hope I am healthy. I would like to be thinner (doesn't everyone) and be able to remember where my mind went. I keep forgetting...

    Well, if Tom Cruise could act like Tom Hanks, I would say Tom Cruise. And if Tom Hanks looked like Tom Cruise, I would say Tom Hanks. And if Tom Hanks looked like Tom Cruise and acted like Tom Hanks, I would say Tom Hanks. If you are going for looks...Tom Cruise in Top Gun...we all just love a man in a uniform....AND he was good in "A Few Good Men". Tom Hanks has got him, hands down, with the acting part, though. No contest.

    Can't wait to see your response! This is fun!

    Mom

    Posted by: Mom | May 17, 2004 07:55 AM