Invent a new flower; give it a name and describe it. The flower is richly blue, with many blossoms...folded upon one another like a rose just opening up. The fragrance is like that of my favorite perfume, Inis. There are no thorns and the leaves are a variegated green. The name: Judy's Jewel
Name someone whom you think has a wonderful voice. Speaking voice: James Earl Jones/ Singing voice... it has to be Frank Sinatra. I could listen to him for hours (and often do!)
On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being highest, how clean do you keep your car? Probably about a five. We tend to work out of our car a lot, so there's clutter and papers. And, I don't wash it near as often as I should. But... I've seen cars a lot worse and cars a lot cleaner. So, I think it's safe to say I'm kinda in the middle. chanel handbags
How do you feel about poetry? I like older poetry.. I like verse. Some of the newer poems... well, let's just say to me one of the most beautiful things about poetry is the adherence to form and rhythm, so even though free form poetry has some beautiful images... without the strictness to form and rhythm, I don't see much difference from beautifully written prose.
What was the last person/place/thing you took a picture of? Pulling out my memory stick to see... don't go away. Okay... the last picture I took was at the writer's conference this past weekend.
This is Suzanne Brockman. Unfortunately, I wasn't smart enough or quick enough to ask someone to take a picture of me with her (Michele couldn't believe it. I DID get a chance to chat with Suz, though. She and her husband, author Ed Gaffney, are the nicest people and I really enjoyed getting to meet them.