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What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A cozy autumn evening with my husband on a beautiful Victorian couch in front of a fireplace. I would sip mulled wine while we watched movies, then I'd spend time reading and crocheting before we snuggled into bed.
Living life the way I wanted, even though it's caused me difficulties on occasion.
It's a tie: heights & the moment of death.
I'm not sure why, but I'm fascinated by Mata Hari. I identify with her because of her unconventionality, seductiveness, and bohemian nature. I see myself as secretly having the temperament of a double agent (spy).
The Dalai Lama. Love him! He doesn't take himself too seriously.
All the writers, musicians, artists, and other creatives who continue to follow their passions in a world that is constantly trying to tell you to give up your dreams and 'be sensible.'
Overanalyzing every. single. little. thing. to the point of madness.
The one I take when I'm reading books.
Marrying (the first time) at 20 years old.
More understanding and fewer assumptions about people, events, circumstances; although they may think they have full story and historical narrative from all parties, they don't.
Mac laptop computer.
What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery?
To shackle oneself to life of drudgery and mind-numbing routine, only fulfilling duties and not taking the opportunity to find joy, happiness, and passion when the chance arises.
Highlands of Scotland, Norway, or Japan.
What is your favorite occupation?
What are your favorite names?
Alexandra and Peter.
Vita sine libris mors est, which is Latin for "Life without books is death."