Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Getting To Know You

1. What is on your feet right now?

2. What sort of computer are you using?

3. What is the weather like in your neighborhood right now?

4. What are you reading that is interesting -- &/or what subjects are interesting to you right now?

5. What's the last movie you saw in the theatre or DVD you watched at home?

6. Who is the last text on your phone from?

7. Are you in school? If so, what are you studying? If not, what would you be in school for if you were in school?

8. What is the last beverage you drank and/or food you ate?

9. What is the last piece of music you put on to listen to?

(me: 1. black socks and black suede loafers; 2. a Dell PC; 3. Rainy, windy, dark, and stormy; 4. psychology, music therapy; 5. Avatar in theatre, Flight of the Conchords on DVD; 6. my neighbor, Colin; 7. No, but I think I would like to study psychology, although I have a partial doctorate in voice performance... I wonder if there is a way to combine those fields?!; 8. Green Tea, Luna Bar; 9. Beethoven 3rd Symphony)

10 comments:

Suze said...

1. hand knit socks
2. Power Mac
3. chilly, gray, gloomy
4. I'm reading Lacuna, Barbara Kingsolver's latest novel, and what's interesting to me now...cooking
5. Holmes
6. probably my brother. I don't text much.
7. No. I'm done with school, and I can't think of anything appealing enough to go back for. Maybe accounting, someday.
8. Water, part of an orange.
9. i can't remember, honestly, but I just got back from an Opera for the Young performance of Roussalka, which my kids put up with until about 2/3 of the way through, so I didn't get to see the end.

DJdigishooter@gmail.com said...

1. Keen sandels- with black socks
2. Apple
3. Snowy, about 32, now dark
4. Galapagos diary, and Digital
Portrait Photography
5. Its Complicated at the
Embarkadaro

and Bless me Father on DVD
6. PJI- a few weeks ago
7. I'm thinking of taking a course
in printing at Lightworks.
8. East African chicken stew
9. Mozart Symphony No. 29

Pam said...

Ooh - I was wondering about Barbara Kingsolver's latest. Let me know how you like it, Suze!

Thanks for responding, Mom! Your stew sounds delicious and now I'm hungry!

Jake said...

1. Tan socks and running shoes
2. HP PC (work computer)
3. Sunny, calm, and cold
4. Oh geez. Uh. Not actively reading anything right now as everything gets boxed up. I'll say the Iliad.
5. Avatar in theater, Star Trek at home.
6. Some random dude who thinks I'm his latest booty call. I kid you not.
7. Nope. No idea - too many things interest me.
8. Whole Foods cola and calzones. Lunch time!
9. It's been months since I've put anything on. Did go to the BSO last week though to hear Ton Koopman conducting Yo-Yo Ma. :)

Suze said...

Pam, I'm reading the new Kingsolver book awfully slowly (I just don't get much reading time these days) but it's quite good. It would help if I knew more about mid-20th-century Mexican history, though...

Scott said...

1. Old, worn out comfy socks.
2. MacBook Pro.
3. Not quite as freezing cold as it has been... lots of melting snow on the roof that I fear is about to re-freeze on my doorstep.
4. "The Manual of Detection" by Jedediah Berry (a friend of mine from college who now has a widely-published novel. it's great... kind of like a surrealist, punk-ish noir crime novel.)
5. I just watched the DVD of "Iron Man" with friends.
6. A singer I play for, who was setting up a time for a coaching.
7. I finished school in 2005. If I were to take classes again, they might be conducting classes. Or baking classes.
8. I drank a scotch with the movie. I ate popcorn too. Popcorn and scotch was an oddly satisfying combo.
9. I've been listening a lot to Owen Pallett's "Heartland" album.

P.S. Ooooh new Barbara Kingsolver. I want to read it too! My wife is currently reading it... and we're moving in August, to the town where she lives! (I can't wait to randomly see her at the grocery store or something.)

Pam said...

Scott - Where are you moving? Virginia? What is prompting the move?

Suze said...

Scott, that is SO COOL. She is one of my favorite writers ever. I have read every book she's ever written, including one from her journalism days in the early 1980s about a mining strike in AZ. Good luck with all the transitions, especially with a little one in tow. That town in VA sounds like a beautiful place!

Scott said...

Kelly got a tenure-track job at Emory and Henry College, a great little liberal arts school in VA that happens to be the school where Barbara Kingsolver's husband teaches. I loooove her stuff too, though I've only read two books. I need to read more. Also, we're expecting a second baby girl in May! And I'll be a stay-at-home dad next year down in beautiful Appalachian country. VERY excited!

Pam said...

That's SO awesome, Scott! :-)