Interviewees

May 6, 2006 at 2:05 pm | Posted in Linky Love, Pass it On (Memes) | 3 Comments

SEVEN of you. Well, I’m just a girl who can’t say no, so here are your interview questions. I’ve tried to ask everyone one or two serious questions and several frivolous questions…

I’ll answer your questions tomorrow. And remember, post your answers on your blog along with the invitation to comment and be interviewed.

M.:

  1. What’s your greatest fear about adopting?
  2. You are cooking a multi-course romantic meal for your wife. What do you cook and what music do you listen to whilst cooking it?
  3. If you had to eat one food, and only one food for a week, what would it be? And would you ever eat it again afterwards?
  4. What’s your favorite thing about your new home?
  5. When did you come out (to yourself, to your family, to the cashier at the supermarket)? Because the only thing I love more than a good birth/adoption story is a good coming out story*
  6. Why am I not on your blogroll? HaRumph!

Shannon:

  1. What five things do you want to accomplish in the next five years?
  2. Does Brendon’s diabetes make it hard to give your other kids enough attention?
  3. Into what areas of your life is your blog not allowed to go?
  4. Who in your Real Life knows about and reads your blog? Why them?
  5. Chocolate or vanilla?

Vivian:

  1. If you could snap your fingers tomorrow and cure either your husband’s M.S. or Daniel’s diabetes, which would you choose? Why?
  2. What was the hardest thing about moving to a new state? Would you do it over?
  3. Aside from a cure from above mentioned diseases, what’s the best present someone could give you?
  4. What’s the most impulsive thing you’ve ever done?
  5. How do your daughters deal with Daniel’s diabetes?

Blondie:

  1. What do you like about living in Iowa?
  2. How did you and Tex meet?
  3. If you could choose to have only a son or only a daughter, which would you chose and why?
  4. Do you wish you could be the biomom?
  5. How “far” are you willing to go to pursue your dream of being a mom?

Melissa:

  1. When did you know that your husband was The One?
  2. Is there anything you’d like to do, but haven’t done because of your diabetes?
  3. What do you hope to do once you’re done with school?
  4. What’s the best thing about living where you live?
  5. How often do you see/talk to your family?

Allison: (who wants to be interviewed in French!)

  1. What do you want to do after you (drum roll please) graduate?
  2. Many (though certainly not all) of the people I’ve met who are as upfront about their faith as you are tend to have more conservative social views than you do. You’ve blown my stereotypes out of the water, for which I’m most grateful. So I’m really curious how it is that you’ve arrived at your particular blend of faith and politics.
  3. What is your absolute, least favorite thing about diabetes?
  4. What are you planning to do with your summer vacation?
  5. Would you marry someone who did not share your religious faith?

Lo:

  1. If you could ask George Bush one question, which he would be required to answer honestly, what would it be?
  2. How did you meet Co? Was it love at first sight?
  3. If you could relive one year of your life, what year would it be – and why?
  4. Do you also hope to bio-mom at some point?
  5. What do you like about seventh graders?

*My friend K. will gladly recount the story of the time he told me that an extremely proper, WASPy girl from our high school was having a coming out party.

—— is a lesbian? I asked in disbelief.

Um, no. White gloves, mock wedding kind of thing.

Ohhhh.

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  1. Thanks Art Sweet, those are great questions for everyone. I have answered mine and I hope I will be able to be as good of an interviewer as you are. Have a great day.

  2. I have completed my interview as well. Thanks for asking 🙂

  3. I did mine! I’m sorry it took so long to get it posted. Not enough time this weekend, yanno.


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