Saturday, January 31, 2009

"Interview Me"

My blog buddy, Brenda, of It's All Right, posted an interview. These questions are from Brenda. If you'd like me to give you an interview, just leave "Interview Me" in your comments, and I'll shoot over some questions so I can get to know you better, too.



1. If money or time weren't an issue, what would you consider an ideal vacation? I would go The Netherlands. My father was Dutch heritage and I've always dreamed of going there. Since time and money are no issue, I would go all over Europe and end up in Norway & Switzerland. I had a pin-pal from Norway , from the 3rd grade clear until I was married, and I've always wanted to go to Norway



2. Who would you say has had the greatest influence on your life and why? Absolutely my father. I adored him and never wanted to disappoint him. He taught me integrity, honesty, to know who I was and that I could do anything I set my mind to.



3. If you had to be transported back in time which would you choose and why? Victorian Era, Pioneer days, or Bible times? This one was a hard one for me because I have always been so grateful to be born in the time period I have been because I believe we are the generation that will see the Lord return. I guess if I have to pick another it would be Bible times.



4. Who is your favorite woman in the Bible and why? Another very hard one because I'd never thought about that. I have often wondered how it must have been for Mary to know the child she was raising was the Son of God. I marvel at the verse "But Mary kept all these things, and pondered them in her heart." Luke 2:19



5. What is one of the funniest things that has ever happened to you? It's funny now, but wasn't so funny at the time......my forever friend, Joan, and I getting locked in the Santa Fe Art Museum in the 5th grade. I had call my father and tell me and he had to call the Art Director to come down and get us out.

Your turn. Can I "Interview You"?

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21 comments:

Brenda said...

Those were great, Susan!
Well, at least you had something to do while you were locked in the museum! Too funny.
I've always enjoyed the book of Esther. But to be able to 'feel' what was in Mary's heart and wonder what she was thinking, good choice! Makes me wonder too.
See now, those weren't so hard!
;)

Mari said...

That was fun Susan. I like your answers. I guess you can interview me if you promise to be nice!

Meredith Teagarden said...

Now, if only you had grown up reading the fabulous From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, you would have loved the museum after hours :)!

I always hoped this very thing could happen to me!

Kristie said...

I would like to be interviewed, Susan. I bet you will think of some really good answers!!

MightyMom said...

if there is actually anything you don't already know about me, go ahead and ask... :-)

Pear tree cottage! said...

Susan there is always something wonderful about reading these posts about ourselves. yours were great to read and I just knew you would say some of those answers your faith is so strong!!

Lee-ann

Nadine said...

Great answers Susan. Getting locked in a museum - wow scary at that age.

~Just A Thought Ginger said...

Always fun to learn a bit more about you.

If there's anything you don't know about me and would like to ask have at it my friend.

The Young Artist said...

My father was also a really big influence on my life. You really said that stuff nicely too. Hey Susan! Interview me too! I would love to be interviewed also.

Dawn said...

Great questions and answers. I did this with Hootin' Anni and it was really fun.

diana said...

how fun and a unique meme. sure... "interview me!" =)

Me Maw said...

I always enjoy reading about people and their lives. These little meme's gives us glimpses of each other and I enjoyed reading this one of you!

Kristi said...

I've been to The Netherlands and it is as BEAUTIFUL as you imagine (I BEG OF YOU TO AVOID AMSTERDAM!!!).

And thanks for visiting!

Sohailah said...

great answers Thanks for letting me know you better

Devoted said...

Susan, you can interview me! I have so missed visiting you over the past couple of weeks. We did not have trouble with the ice however, we were headed up to Missouri to drop Jake back at Fort Leonard Wood and had slow going. We unexpectedly spent the night. How about y'all any trouble with the winter weather? I'm still catching up on the reading. Love you much and I pray God continues to bless you as you bless others.

This Country Girl said...

Susan,

I left you a post below. I really enjoyed reading about you. Those were interesting questions. I found myself answering them for me.

I found you through Tammy and Sharon. I'll be back! I would like to invite you over for a visit too!

Have a great day!
Tammy

Kathleen Marie said...

Great answers. The woman in the Bible sort of stumped me too. Have a wonderful week!

Susan Skitt said...

Thanks for sharing. I would love to travel in Europe too. And I like you, marvel at how Mary pondered so much, waiting and looking to her Lord and Savior.

Much love and thank you for your prayers,
Susan

michelle said...

I enjoyed this...nice twist to all the other things like it going around. Depends on what "bible days" right....some eras of those days would have been tough!

Barbara said...

Interesting to read some more about you Susan.

You can interview me if you like and if there is anything left to tell!!

I am already quaking though!! Please be kind and don't tax my brain too much.

Kathy said...

Susan, if you have time, I would love to post answers to an interview! It was fun reading yours-another "it's all good" idea from our fun friend Brenda!!!!! : )