Kate, at Under The Sky, is participating in the Interview Game and I am the chosen lucky one! If others are interested then here are the rules for the first five to comment:
- Leave me a comment saying "interview me."
- I will respond by asking you five questions.
- You will update your blog/site with the answers to the questions.
- You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
- When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions. (Write your own questions or borrow some from other sites.)
Okay, here are Kate's questions and my answers!
What two fiction books have affected your life in such a way as to make a difference?
The first book I would list would be This Present Darkness by Frank E. Peretti. It really caused me to re-evaluate the importance of prayer and what an impact our prayers have on the world around us.
The second book that I am listing is Deadline by Randy Alcorn. I read this a little while after my father had passed away. Deadline fed both my mind and my heart. What a perspective of heaven Randy Alcorn has!!
If you could transport yourself into any particular time period, but had to stay there forever with your family, where would you go, and what kind of person would you be?
Wow! What a question! My first thought would be that I would want to go on ahead to heaven! There I would be myself, as I am supposed to be, without that ugly sin nature that always seems to get in my way! And, since my whole family is saved they would be right there with me!
What is one thing that most people do not know about you?
Well, I suppose it would be that I modeled, bridesmaids and wedding dresses, during my highschool days for extra money. I also did 'Tea Room' modeling and some photography modeling.
If you could make a public announcement for everyone to hear, what would you say?
I am very shy so I can't really imagine my getting up in front of people and making an annoucement. If God so moved me, and gave me the words, then I would share about His love and our need.
Why do you blog?
This one is easy! I originally began blogging because I have a nephew who didn't respond to emails unless they were dealing with computers. As I talked with my niece, Claire, (his sister)she mentioned that she checked his blog every few days. I asked what a blog was and she told me. Well, after reading his, I thought, "I can do this! What a great way to stay in touch with family, etc." So I took the plunge, then so did my niece. From there it has just mushroomed as I have visited with so many nice people from all over the world.