Here are her answers....she's a very interesting person....
1. What do your parents think of your conversion?
2. I recently wrote on my blog about my underwear, proving that I have no limits. Do you have things about which you refuse to blog?They raised my to seek the truth regardless of whether it's convenient
and to be intellectually honest, so they respect my conversion, even
if they don't totally understand it. My dad in particular has made
comments that he's proud that my husband and I really live out our
belief system rather than bending the rules we don't like. The thing
that always bothered him the most was when people claimed to believe
something but then didn't really live it when it got inconvenient.
3. What a book are you reading now? What book do you always recommend to others? What book could you re-read a hundred times? (More than one question, but I think I fooled her by numbering them as one. Pretty sneaky.)Yes, definitely. Every now and then I get links from sites that areextremely unhappy about what I write about, and I get some pretty
vitriolic comments. Because of this, I don't give a lot of details
about my family. Basically, I don't share anything information that it
would really bother me if someone used to insult me. But pictures of
scorpion in my toilet? Sure. Stories of one of my child painting an
entire corner of the room with her own...well, nevermind. In terms of
stuff like that, or sharing my own spiritual ineptitude and
missteps...no, I can't think of anything I wouldn't write about!
Currently I'm reading two books: The Heavenly Man by Brother Yun,4. If you had your choice, what would you choose for your last meal and why?
and First by Steven Covey. I also just finished
Google'lize Your Life -- I'm on a major productivity kick lately.
The book that I always recommend to others is He Leadeth Me by Fr.
(and I frequently get emails of effusive thanks from
people who did read it -- it's truly life-changing). The book I could
read again and again is A in a Thousand Years by
. I don't know if it's just because I'm a writer, but that book
really touched me.
I always get hung up on questions like this, because I am a really5. In the book of Judith, she puts on some make-up, grabs her maid and her cute purse, and heads off to defeat the enemy. What color purse is appropriate to take with you on a mission to save your people?
neurotic and overly analytical person. Why is it my last meal? If I
were about to die, I'd probably just fast and pray and beg God not to
give me afterlife smackdown that I deserve. If it were my last meal
because I was having my stomach removed or something...I'd love a
really good cream of leek soup.
I think something red and sparkly, just big enough to hold my gun.
She completely skipped the extra point bonus question written by my son :
The zombie apocalypse is coming (we all know this is a verifiable fact.) Do you have a plan in place and what is your weapon of choice?So y'all can answer that yourselves in the combox.