Thursday, 7 July 2016

My Answers to What If?

Yesterday (I know, it's shocking, I'm actually blogging two days in a row), I asked a few questions and promised I'd be back with my answers. So here they are, for what they're worth. 

What blog would you read if you could only read one?

A difficult question to be sure. I think to get a mix of fibre fun and some good chuckles, the award has to go to The Yarn Harlot. Steph is highly talented, admirable in many ways and just plain funny. And I'm biased, she's Canadian and lives probably an hour away from me. Give it a try if you haven't already. 

What type of making would you choose if you could only do one thing for the rest of your life?

Another tough one for me, who's a multipotentialite and gets easily bored with one thing and has to change things up frequently. But alas, with only one thing to choose I would have to go with rug hooking. I'm hooked, as they say. 

What colour would you choose if you had to keep to one for every project you make?

Something many of us are guilty of and I top the charts, is over using our fave colours in our projects. Absolutely no question that for me it would something in the blue-purple world. I likely wouldn't get bored of it either. Or at least not for a while. 

What book would you take with you to a deserted island? 

Wow, why did I give myself such tough questions to answer? My problem is that I'm not great at re-reading books. Been there, done that. Even though I usually forget them as soon as I've put them down. My answer to this today though is Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Est├ęs. I loved this book when I first read it and have been eyeing it up for a re-read (yes, really) because it's been a couple of decades (ahem) since I last read it.  There's enough food for thought in this book to be more than just an entertaining read, but to also provide lots to ruminate on while on a deserted island with little else to do but swim, and possibly perish. 

Have you had a nap in a hammock yet this year? 

No, I have not. I'm not much of a napper, though I think it's becoming more intriguing to me. Smidgie had "nap in a hammock" on her summer bucket list, which I found to be a very interesting list for a 10-year-old. So somewhere this summer I need to find her a hammock to try out. :)

How difficult did you find these questions to answer? 

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