Thursday, February 17, 2011
  1. What is your favorite word? Myth and Dominii
  2. What is your least favorite word? a bad word that begins with a c and No!
  3. What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally? love and light given without strings and expectation.
  4. What turns you off? People who hate because they are told to, rather than because they have been wronged. 
  5. What is your favorite curse word?  the F can yo not like that word!
  6. What sound or noise do you love?   diesel engine and the engine break going down a long grade.
  7. What sound or noise do you hate?   that high pitched noise electronics often constantly make.
  8. What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?   history teacher with special interst in Templar, Katharos and Inquisition events.
  9. What profession would you not like to do?            literary agent - it would be toooo hard 
  10. If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?      Go to hell... and pick anyone you would like to give a get-out-of-hell-for-free card.   Here is stack of them to start you off.


  1. So I actually also love the sound of trucks going down steep grades too. My mother was born and raised in the mountains of West Virginia and I grew up hearing trucks coming down off the mountains. You could always tell who didn't know the road just by the sound.

    Love you're number 10!

    Great to 'meet' you!

  2. Cool answers. Odd fave sound...machines never quite do it for me. :)

  3. I like your 'other' job. That would be a great subject to teach (and learn about.)

  4. have a whole stack of cards! You, me and Cold As Heaven can hang out together in Hell. ;)

  5. What a great answer for #10! All of your answers are great, of course, but I do really like #10.

    I'm definitely intrigued by the diesel engine and the break. Why does that sound mean so much to you?

  6. Rosie & J.C. - The engine retarder growls down a grade, a song of a life lived alone. It is the spirit of those who must move in restlessness, alway watching the horizon, always seeking someplace else. 80 thousand pounds and smoking breaks down a place named Cabbage, it is life. It stands between you and twisted metal. It is a pretty sound.
    Some people feel the call of trains. I drove a truck, so that sound is my call.

    Thanks for stopping by and I love your curse word...grin.

    Laura & Cold - it sounds like a party -LOL

    Thanks for all your comments!

  7. But a literary agent has such power over writers.
    And when you are a literary agent with a blog you have thousands of followers who are trying to suck up to you.

    Tossing It Out and the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge 2011

  8. Great answers.
    My head is still spinning with your Lucifer above. Your writing has a deep ringing tone -I liked it.

  9. Loved your answers!! In particular, I thought your answer for #4 was perfectly articulated. Where I live, there is an awful lot of what I call regurgitated credo. What ever happened to critical thinking? And I've really liked reading participants' answers to #10, but I've got to say, your response is the most interesting and creative of all!

    Thanks so much for playing along!!

  10. I like your answer to #3 - so true! #10 was a cool answer.

  11. Great answers. Number 4 was really good. I think literary agent would be a tough job too.
    Thanks for sharing your answers.

  12. Interesting choice on the noises you love. I owned a diesel car once, and the only time I loved the sound of it was when it started on a cold morning :)

  13. I'd like a few of those get-out-of-hell-free cards, if you have any left over....

  14. Nice! Thanks for visiting me, and I'm stalking you now!