OK… these are the questions for the three people who responded on time.
1.) You live in New Hampshire and seem to have a great deal of pride in being a New Englander. What is your favorite thing about growing up where you did?
2.) What got you involved in the local Christian music scene?
3.) You’ve talked about wanting to have a classical Christian education for college. What attracts you to that kind of focus in your studies?
4.) What got you started blogging?
5.) If you could get 5 performers (dead or alive) on stage for a concert, who would they be?
1.) What has been the strangest experience that you’ve had while living overseas?
2.) What got you so fascinated with the former Yugoslavia?
3.) Sometimes languages have words that are either really cute or have literal translations that describe the object in a really strange way. What is your favorite Bosnian word like this?
4.) How many times have you seen U2 in concert? Which time has been your favorite?
5.) What is the strangest thing about coming back to the States to visit?
1.) You’re Canadian, which means that you stereotypically live in an igloo and travel from place to place by dogsled. You interact with moose and beavers on a daily basis and say “eh” at the end of every sentence. What are some of your favorite stereotypes of Americans (now that I’ve listed every Canadian one that I can think of)?
2.) What is “ideajoy”?
3.) If money was no concern and you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and what would you do?
4.) You live near Calgary. Are you into rodeo stuff? Have you been to the Stampede?
5.) Why do you blog?
Y’all have your questions. Have fun answering them and remember to put the interview meme blurb at the end of your responses!