1) If you could meet your favourite fictional character(s) in reality, what would you do, or what would you ask them?
Depends on what character you wish me to talk about. I have very many faves. The top fave would be: Could you teach me every trick you know with a bow and arrow? - question to Robin Hood Disney
And the other would be: Merlin, could you teach me how to do magic as cool as you? from BBC's Merlin series.
And don't forget Roxas from Kingdom Hearts, it would be strange to meet my other self, my twin, which in that world is a boy. Could you imagine 2 RoXas'? We would have a keyblade battle and see who's keyblades are really the coolest.
2) Do you prefer books, movies or TV series?
Each has it's own unique experience I say. I do however prefer books, as I believe the imagination is much more accurate then movies or telly could possibly ever be.
But then again, leave it to Disney to create a fox to become Robin Hood. Mind you, every time I read a robin hood book it was usually a cunning fox I seen in my head
but I do love watching the film more then reading the robin hood books. With everything else though I love books.
3) What was the last song you´ve been listening to?
The theme song to Paper Mario because I'm playing the video game right now on the wii. But other then that I would say, Love Can Build a Bridge by the Judds. As seen here on youtube:
It is a beautiful song and one of my faves. The Judds really are proud of their Cherakee heritage and they tell in this video before the song of the legend of how a boy and his grandfather would watch over their people by night in the form of an eagle and a wolf.
4) Can you tell me if there´s a song or musical piece you can relate to or that describes you?
Love Can Build a Bridge - The Judds and If I can dream - By Elvis Presley
5) What do you think about holidays like for example Christmas, New Year or Halloween?
Best times of the year are the holidays. The sad part is, there is less people appreciating the beauty, wonder and magic of these holidays these days. Christmas especially is such a wonderful beautiful time of year. And if YOU see the magic, don't be afraid to show others the magic as well. Spread the love and the joy around and it will touch the hearts and souls of many.
6) Do you like celebrating your birthday or do you prefer spending it alone?
I celebrate it with my husband and fur babies. Never was one to really like parties or making a big deal about one day, when all days should be celebrated and special. Each day you are on this earth is a day to celebrate. We are beautiful, we are all special, we are all beings of love and light.
7) What colors and/or motives do you like on your clothing?
Black and white, dark browns and greens or all blue. I love trench coats, hats, boots, collared shirts, scarves, ties, vests, wristbands. Checkers is my style or old style medieval/archer clothing.
8) What kind of things make you crack up with laughter?
Just about everything makes me giddy. I love to laugh.
9) Do you like giving spontaneous presents to people? (not depending on birthdays or holidays, just acts of random kindness)
Yes. If I had the money I would go and find people who I believe really deserves something special and I'd give it to them. Such as remodeling their house, paying off their loans, or getting them something they really need if they are having a hard time. I have given people gifts in the past that they have needed. Often times not a gift that is traditional. It's not always a gift one can hold onto literally but a gift they never forget. For example, when I was working in retail I often felt people's deceased loved ones around them. A gift of my own I rarely share. One lady walked in and was frantic and I seen an older gentleman standing behind her trying to comfort her. I knew I had to talk to her when I seen she couldn't see him and walked right thru him at one point (i would have thought I was crazy at this point but after seeing spirits your entire life you just don't think your crazy anymore, you know your crazy and you accept it). She seemed so stressed but was trying to keep her cool. I had went over to help in the shoes department which was not my area but I helped anyways. I don't usually just go up to someone and say Oy you! Your dead husband wants to say hi. But this lady I felt was an exception. I told her who I seen and she broke down crying and I took maybe 30 whole minutes out of my work time to sit and talk to her and comfort her. Come to find out her husband had died a few months prier, she went on a cruise with a friend to get her mind off of the funeral and felt terrible about the whole trip and to top it all off she lost all her luggage. Anyways, to make a long story short, I described who was standing behind her, I told her a few things she told me no one would have known but her and her husband and I told her to let go of her worries about the luggage that it would be found. She spent another 15 to 20 minutes thanking me a left the store with no more stress, calmer then she had been in the past few months. And although I never saw her again I do believe she did find her lost luggage. Anyhoo, that is the strange gifts I give....
10) Did you ever meet a person that you first met on the internet in real life?
Yes actually I have. A very few, but each one I have helped with my unusual gifts. And I like to think I am one of those people who come into your life, touch it in a big way, then vanish and you are left wondering, "wow, who was that cool person"