Liebster continued

Next, you have to answer the 11 questions the folk who nominated you asked:

Here are the answers to Jasmin Ma’s questions from The Cosy White Cottage

What is your favorite novel? Horrific,I know, but I think it might be ‘We need to Talk About Kevin’…it just stayed with me…
Summer or winter? Which time of the year do you like better? Winter if I am honest…skiing, hot tub, fun fur, boots, over bikini, beach, sarongs and thongs!

What’s your spleen? Dis-loyalty
Favorite Store? Bodie & Fou
Which dessert is the one you can’t get enough of? Tiffin
If you could relieve just one day in your life, which one will it be? Wedding day – is that ‘too cheesey’?
The best vacation you ever had? Where did you went? A sunny skiing holiday in St Anton
What advise would you give your 5-year-younger self? Set work aside and enjoy your children
What was the first car you owned? A Fiat 850 – had no idea this was such a cool car and very foolishly scrapped it after 6 months just because it failed it’s MOT – Aaargh!

Skirt or jeans? Jeans
Which perfume is your signature smell? Clinique ‘Happy’

Here are the answers to Heather woods questions from My Ocean Bliss

Tea or coffee? Completely addicted to both I am afraid!
Do you like to swim in the ocean or in a pool? Ocean
When you were a child, what did you want to do when you ‘grew up’? Interior Designer!
Where is your favourite place to relax? Beside our wood burning stove

What is your favourite piece of art? ‘Skies’ by my husband
What is the best thing about blogging? Collating and enjoying family and work memories
Do you prefer summer or winter? Winter, see above!
What is your favourite article of clothing? My fun fur hat
What was your favourite book/story when you were a child? I was a big Enid Blyton fan, one of her ‘Adventure’ series…
What music makes you want to dance? Scottish ceilidh music of course! Seriously!
Where was your best ever holiday destination? St Anton, Austria

Here are the answers to Trinske Driscoll-Antonides questions from Nordic Rose

What would you like to learn more about? Homoeopathic philosophy (I am a believer)
Best experience in the past year? Xmas with family and New Year, even though Doug wildly mis-behaved, with our lovely friends
Favourite Shop? Bodie & Fou
Who would you like to be in a different life? A tennis pro
What is your biggest wish? Happiness and fulfilment for my children, of course.
What does comfort mean to you? Never running out of loo roll!
Favourite car? Fiat Multipla – by miles!! And it has to be the old shape.
Most loved item? Oh no – surely not my Fiat Multipla?? Think it might be my wood burning stove actually
What does your ideal house look like? A centrally placed wood burning stove, with a large log store either side and floor to ceiling windows in the living room…lots of white and space for over sized Artworks. Not a big ask, surely?

Favourite holiday destination? France of course, because it is so near, and it has skiing and beaches, so ticks lots of boxes, but my heart belongs to Hungary…
Chocolate or Crisps? Chocolate…am rather good at eating just a little and being completely satisfied, whereas Crisps…don’t get me started!

4 Responses to “Liebster continued”

  1. Jasmin says:
    November 16th, 2012 at 8:14 pm

    Great to know you better! I actually learned about a new dessert. Never heard about Tiffin before. Am I living behind the moon? Thinks it’s not very common in Germay…at least that’s my excuse ;o).
    I imagine skiing to be so much fun but I never tried it myself. Hope there were no serious injuries as it can be a very dangerous sport, can’t it?
    Your living room is my favorite picture on your blog :) Can I move in?

  2. Heather Woods says:
    November 17th, 2012 at 9:07 am

    You did well getting al of the questions answered Alison. My hubby always wanted to buy me a little red or green fiat, not too many of them around in Australia though! I too believe whole heartedly about homeopathy and naturopathy, its a huge part of my life. I look forward to your next post Alison. Heather xx

  3. A_Gibb says:
    November 17th, 2012 at 10:46 am

    Will have to do a ‘recipe post’ about Tiffin, Jasmin – so easy! And yes you can move in…you might want to wait til garden building is ready though? x

    And Heather, we seem to have so much in common – spooky! x

  4. Jasmin says:
    November 18th, 2012 at 10:17 am

    Haha, great idea as the garden building is such a great project! :)
    Yeah and for sure, post a recipe about Tiffin, I might enjoy to test it, I always have a sweet tooth!
    Happy sunday to you!

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