1) When the power goes out, do you grab matches and candles or a flashlight first?
It depends on where I am.
Upstairs it’s a flashlight, downstairs at the back it’s probably a flashlight too.
But in the livingroom and kitchen I’ll grab the matches and use the candles.
2) If you could personify and speak to your deepest, darkest fear, what would you say?
Go away. You won’t stand a chance against life itself, as fears are always worst before they actually happen.
3) You’re gathering signatures for a petition – what’s your cause?
There are many.
With today in my mind I would probably want to organise an organisation to inspect governmental organisations to see if they respect children’s rights and to have a huge review of family court and -care, so judges won’t blindly follow the opinions of social workers; social workers won’t be able to write reports without proper psychological evaluations done by people who are experienced in assessment and are registered by and bound by the ethics of their professional organisation; etc etc.
4) Show and Tell. What comes to mind first when you see this picture? Or, tell a story if it reminds you of one.
Well, we got a couch from our parents when we married. They were glad to get rid of it. But they had to be patient as we couldn’t place it in our first two homes.
When we finally moved to the present house we had space enough and it served us a long time.
Last year the leather and the wood inside gave up and I stripped the whole thing.
I made bags from the parts of leather that were still good, and recycled the whole lot.
I could have made a bed like is shown here, but I don’t think it would have been comfortable enough.
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