Questions, as always from Sunday Stealing.
Resign, NOW. Before you lead us into World War III, you orange fucktard.
2. If you had to be the mother of Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan, who would you choose and why?
Britney Spears. Despite some very hard years and some rather awkward decisions, she appears to have turned into a reasonable human being.
3. You get to be Queen for a day. The kids are all taken care of, and you can spend as much money as you want. What do you do all day?
Probably go and have a massage and spend a lot of time (and money) in a book store. If not that, buy a last minute First Class Ticket on Emirates Airlines - and go somewhere for a few hours that way. That is supposed to be amazing.
4. Is there a song that brings tears to your eyes every time you hear it? If so, which one?
This. Every. Freaking. Time.
5. A fairy taps you on the shoulder and tells you that you can either have a perfect face or a perfect body for the rest of your life. Which do you choose?
A perfect body. One that doesn't break down and get old and cranky. I don't mind a few wrinkles but I would love to be as flexible as I was in my 20s. I promise I'll look after it.
6. If you could live any place in the world and money was no object, where would you live and why?
Probably London. I love London. But you need money. Rome would be great too.
7. What is your biggest regret in life?
Not getting therapy sooner.
8. If you could go back and visit one person in your life who is now dead, and ask one question, what would that question be and why would you ask it?
I would love to talk to my paternal grandfather - who has been dead nearly forty years. I would love to get his perspective on things. There were always a lot of things never said on that side of the family. Lots to talk about.
9. If you had the choice to age forward (like we are now) or aging backwards (think Benjamin Buttons) which would you choose and why?
Age backwards - and get all these middle aged grungy thinks I'm feeling over and done with. Middle age is not for sissies.
10. What will the epitaph on your headstone say?
Nevertheless, she persisted. (It's a bit of a feminist battle cry - and I do live to persist) I doubt I will have a headstone as 1) I want to be cremated and 2) I want my ashes scattered somewhere where a headstone would look out of place.