Snagged from this week’s the friday five @ Dreamwidth. Image from Pixabay.
1. What is the most beautiful thing you have ever seen?
I don’t like these sorts of questions, there’s never just wanting thing! There’s a lot of beautiful things such as textures, traditional paintings, digital paper, flower photographs, a sunset, a sunrise, stars on the night sky, some of my fountain pens…
2. What is your greatest dream in life?
To never have migraine again.
3. What is the best book you have ever read?
Again with this! There’s no one best book! Not even best in a genre. Some that stand out when I think about it are: The Expanse books by J. A. Carey, Watchers and Lightnight by Dean R. Koontz, the Marianne series by Juliette Benzoni, the Olof Palme murder series by Leif G.W. Persson, the Millenium trilogy by Stieg Larsson, the Little House book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder, The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton just to name a few!
4. What is your most cherished childhood memory?
The summers where there was no school, and me, my Mom and Dad would spend all/most of my parent’s vacation weeks on the camping site with our tent. We’d have family and friends visit us there (and we’d visit their summer camps or cottages in return), one or both my best friends would stay with me there for a week several times a summer. We’d sleep in late, swim in the ocean and roam and play in the woods most of the days, only coming in to eat. In the evenings we might grill things, or make pancakes. I loved those childhood summers 😀
5. What is your best character trait or strength?
I think it’s the ability to keep a level head. I don’t get angry easily, and if I do, I also mellow out quickly. I can usually see many sides to any one thing, and understand other points of view, even when I don’t agree with them.