Damn you, Rory. I just posted yesterday and again earlier today that I was going to stop answering questions from bloggers who received blog award nominations who then nominated me. But then, sure enough, Rory got nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award, tagged me, and asked five questions.
And, seriously, who can resist the allure of A Guy Called Bloke? So, here we go.
Tick or Tock, which is best that describes your personality and why?
Hmm. Well, Tick always comes before Tock, right? That means someone who is a Tick is a leader, while someone who is a Tock is a follower. I know myself well enough to admit that I’m more of a Tock than a Tick.
With regards Passion Fashion and Fabric which is your go to for 199% comfort – Rubber, Silk, Canvas, Pollycotton, Linen, Jersey, Crepe, Lycra, Lace, Velvet, or simply all bare – and why?
For 199% comfort? Rory, Rory, Rory. Not to pick nits, but you can’t exceed 100%. Of that I am 110% positive. With that out of the way, there’s nothing more comfortable for “passion fashion” than simply bare. (Although for “sleep fashion,” I’m all about a cotton T-shirt and sweatpants.)
What is the routine you undertake each day when you log into WordPress before you start to create a post?
I check my stats, read and respond to comments, and read and comment on some of the posts in my Reader that the bloggers I follow have posted.
What is your best time of the day – night, morning, afternoon, dusk or dawn and why, what makes it special for you?
I wake up pretty early each day, so the time between my first cup of coffee and when I start hitting the mid afternoon drag, is my best time. That’s also when I’m most production the blog, although I often compose and schedule a post for early the next morning right before I go to sleep each night.
What is an ideal Christmas day for you and your family if relevant?
Usually it’s a family get together that winds up with all of us going to see a movie that we can all agree on, which can be a challenge, and then out to dinner at whatever restaurant we can find that is open on Christmas night, which is most often a Chinese restaurant.
No nominations from me, but if anyone wants to take a shot at answering Rory’s questions, I don’t think he’ll mind.