I got tagged by Stephanie.

These are the rules:
1. respond and rework: answer the questions on your blog, replace one question that you dislike with a question of your own invention, add one more question of your own.
2. tag eight other un-tagged people

what are your current obsessions?
grow vegetables on the terrace and make kefir.

what are you wearing now?
a turquoise silk pijama.

who was the last person you hugged?
my father.

if you were a tree, what tree would you be?

what's for dinner?

what was the last thing you bought?
toilet paper.

what are you listening to right now?
Atlas Sound.

what is your favorite weather?
when spring starts and the sun returns.

what is on your bedside table?
an old lamp found at the street, books, a wooden japanese box and a MUJI clock.

what is your favorite pair of shoes?
these Dr. Martens.

what is your most challenging goal right now?
carrying out the projects I have in mind.

say something to the person who tagged you.
don´t try to organize everything, like a mapmaker (you understand me), life brings you it´s own rules.

if you could have a house totally paid for, fully furnished anywhere in the world, where do you want it to be?
hmmm maybe Italy, Portugal, Greek, Turkey... or Cuba...

favourite vacation spot?
my home, in Tenerife, Canary Islands.

name the things you cannot live without.
art, inspiration and the sea.

what would you like to have in your hands right now?
an instruction manual about myself.

what would you like to get rid of?

what was the last book you read?
The Rabbi's Cat, by Joann Sfar.

name a film that left you speechless.

Cyclo, by Tran Anh Hung.

if you could go anywhere in the world for the next hour, where would you go?
an hour is not enough time to go where I would like to go.

tagged people: Ritva, Jo and Nikole.


stephanie said...

I love that of the trees, you would be a baobab. I wish I had thought of that.

Great answers.

Jo said...

It is so nice to read about you here.
And thank you for passing the ball on to me.
I so enjoyed finding out more about what is going on!

janis said...

I love the "The Rabbi's Cat"... and wouldn't it be nice to have an instruction manual for ourselves!

Sohvi said...

Hihi, when I was in high school I had müsli on every meal I could. If I was alone at home for a couple of days now it would probably be my dinner too.

It was nice to read your answers.

Ritva said...

oh no, i just noticed my name here, maybe i do need that instruction manual about myself!
thanks nazara, but i have done this already some weeks ago.
it was a treat to read your answers!