Melissa asked: Who is your favorite blogger?
My favorite blogger? Well, even though I have many favorites that I stop by and read two or three times a week, there are only two that if I see a new post on my bloglines feeds I will stop everything and go read. They are MetroDad and Morphing Into Mama.
I found MetroDad early on in my blogging days and I am amazed at how each of his posts are such amazingly crafted, funny, in your face, pieces of art. I’m lucky if I’m hitting .300 when it comes to posts I really like. MetroDad is batting a 1.000. I also consider MetroDad my blogfather, if you will, because he threw me some love soon after the twins were born and my readership rose significantly. Word is, he’s considering having another baby soon, so I’m looking forward to those posts!
Morphing Into Mama is someone I’d like to be friends with in the real world. She’s a psychology person like myself (only much better at discussing psychology) and I love her sharp wit and tell-it-like-it-is attitude on her blog. Very cool person.
Becky asked: What are your five favorite movies of all time?
When it comes to movies, I may as well be a chick. I can’t explain it, but I’ll take a nice romantic comedy over some action packed blow-’em-up movie anyday. So, in no particular order…
Mormon Daddy asked: I’m into music so… if you had to pick your top 5 songs of all time, what would they be? Backstreet Boys songs don’t count.
Well, if I can’t choose Backstreet Boys, it’s gonna be tough. I’m not one of those obscure songs people. You can listen to my favorite songs over at Because I’m Your Father as I was a part of his Blogger’s Choice series.
Lately, I’ve been listening a lot to the Jack Johnson CD that features songs inspired by Curious George. I really like his easygoing style. Great CD for parents and children alike.
Sarah asked: What are your five favorite books of all time?
Another tough one. Most of my favorite books are from childhood. I’ll list a handful of all-time favorites.
1. Any Harry Potter book
2. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume
3. The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
4. The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley
5. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
Honorable Mention: I loved the Da Vinci Code and I can’t wait to see the movie!
L. asked: If you could be stranded on an island with either a very ugly woman or a beautiful man, who would you pick? (Assume that personalities are equal. Yes, it`s a weird question!)
Oh, this is no contest. Give me the ugly woman! I just relate better to women.
Stay tuned for more Q&A!