Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Me, me, me

from Andrea at Knit Butterflies. Read her answers to the questions I left her, and check out her beautiful wedding invites. And the answer to her second question, which explains why she'll be a great RAOKer.

Leave your recommendations/questions in the comments, and I'll come play along at your blog, too.

A. First, recommend to me:

1. A movie:
2. A book:
3. A musical artist, song, or album:

B. Ask me three questions, no more, no less. You may ask me anything you want, but I can decline to answer anything which makes me uncomfortable.

C. Copy and paste this in your blog.

3 comments:

Andrea said...

Moze you're such a sweetheart!! I'm gonna have to think of some goodies to ask you :)!! First, the recommendations...

Movie: Hotel Rwanda

Book: Good Grief, by Lolly Winston

Music: American Idiot - Green Day

1. If you could live in any country/city - which would it be & why?

2. What's your favorite thing to do when you finally get some well-deserved alone time (besides knitting? ;)

3. What is the funniest thing you've ever witnessed?

Michelle said...

A Movie - Amelie

A Book - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime

Or anything by Terry Pratchett

Music - Dar Williams Green World

Questions

1. Living in Israel, what's your number one tourist pet peeve?

2. Do you have pets? Would you consider yourself a dog person or a cat person?

3. Of all your knitting projects, which one are you most proud of? Which one do you wish the sock gremlins would steal?



1. Explain what you mean about being mired in Theatre History. What period and genre and why?

I'm currently in the End Game of my dissertation. I'm doing my Diss on Nineteenth Century American Rehearsal and Realism. Why? Because I want to get a job. I'm a director at heart and history isn't my number one interested. I came as close as I could to talking about directing for my topic.

2. Which play's opening night (throughout all history) do you wish you could have attended and why?

Hmmm. There's a couple.

1. Victor Hugo's Hernani, because there was a riot after the third line.

2. Edwin Booth's Hamlet, because it's SO famous and I would love to see it for myself.

3. What exactly is so cool about your new shower curtain?

Ah, well the old one was cats and was no longer see through. Ick. The new one is cats again and is see through. That means that our bathroom finally looks clean when we clean it.

Michelle said...

A Movie - Amelie

A Book - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime

Or anything by Terry Pratchett

Music - Dar Williams Green World

Questions

1. Living in Israel, what's your number one tourist pet peeve?

2. Do you have pets? Would you consider yourself a dog person or a cat person?

3. Of all your knitting projects, which one are you most proud of? Which one do you wish the sock gremlins would steal?



1. Explain what you mean about being mired in Theatre History. What period and genre and why?

I'm currently in the End Game of my dissertation. I'm doing my Diss on Nineteenth Century American Rehearsal and Realism. Why? Because I want to get a job. I'm a director at heart and history isn't my number one interested. I came as close as I could to talking about directing for my topic.

2. Which play's opening night (throughout all history) do you wish you could have attended and why?

Hmmm. There's a couple.

1. Victor Hugo's Hernani, because there was a riot after the third line.

2. Edwin Booth's Hamlet, because it's SO famous and I would love to see it for myself.

3. What exactly is so cool about your new shower curtain?

Ah, well the old one was cats and was no longer see through. Ick. The new one is cats again and is see through. That means that our bathroom finally looks clean when we clean it.