Since we have no new members to introduce and no interviews in the queue, here are interviews about your Meet 'N Greeters.
Where do you blog? seekingauthenticvoice.
What are your favorite non-revgal blog pal blogs? I don’t read any non Revgal blogs
What gives you joy? Birds chirping on a sunny day…babies in church…a cold glass of iced tea on a hot afternoon
What is your favorite sound? Cello, bubbling water in a creek…
What do you hope to hear once you enter the pearly gates? Oh, gosh, you are here already?
You have up to 15 words, what would you put on your tombstone? She always tried to do the right thing…
Write the first sentence of your own great American novel. It was a cold snowy Valentine’s Day night….
What color do you prefer your pen? Oh, I don’t care, blue or black usually….
What magazines do you subscribe too? Christian Century, Weavings… I like to read “People” (shhh)…(but I won’t subscribe to it)…
What is something you want to achieve in this decade? No debt…
Why are you cool? Totally not. Or, if I am it’s cuz I am an Episcopal Priest and I also like to listen to contemporary music like Indigo Girls, Neal Young, and Dixie Chicks
What is one of your favorite memories? When I was little we used to drive from Utah to Idaho. My great grandmother lived in the old family farm house. I would eat fresh picked strawberries for breakfast.
Anything else you’ve always wanted to be asked? How do you balance being a priest, a mom, and a wife? I have a great husband you helps a lot with everything…couldn’t do it otherwise.
Where do you blog? reverend mommy's random thoughts
What are your favorite non-revgal blog pal blogs? I always read the Methoblog aggregator, so that includes all the recent postings of the MethoBlogoSphere. I also read a few of my friend’s blogs…
What gives you joy? A well cooked meal with friends, early morning prayer and coffee, my family -- my husband and children, flying a small plane on a cold clear day.
What is your favorite sound? A cat purring and my kids playing the cello and violin. I’d love to play, if my fingers would cooperate!
What do you hope to hear once you enter the pearly gates? Meow! Meow! Purr, purr, purr, purr.
You have up to 15 words, what would you put on your tombstone? Pepperoni, extra cheese, mushrooms and black olives. Wait – a literal tombstone? “For all things are woven together for the good for those who love the Lord and are called according to his purpose.” Rms 8:28
Write the first sentence of your own great American novel. (Here’s the first chapter!) The Reverend Fiona Marie Tolliver Claiborne Anderson stood at the mirror in her office bunching her hair this way and then that.
What color do you prefer your pen? Usually black. Boring, I know.
What magazines do you subscribe too? National Geographic, Discover, Christian Century, Weavings, Bead and Button, Stitches.
What is something you want to achieve in this decade? Clean the house – every single drawer, every closet and behind every piece of furniture (including the appliances) so that it’s all clean all at the same time. Lose weight, learn to play another musical instrument (I want to play the Theremin). Have my kids graduate HS. Build a little log cabin in the woods. Get my Black Belt.
Why are you cool? Heh. I’m not cool. I suppose ‘cause I’m techno-savvy, I can write good liturgy, I’m a private pilot, I’m an optimist.
What is one of your favorite memories? Going to the Oshkosh air show with two itty bitty kids and pulling them around in the little red wagon. Watching them as they watched the airplanes.
Anything else you've always wanted to be asked? Hmmm… Who would you like to thank? (You know, like at the Oscars.) I’d like to thank God, my Loving Husband, my kids and all our parents – without them none of this would be possible.