a set of questions, part #3

whatever shall i do?

rp 1974 margate PW 4WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST EXTRAVAGANCE? the one beer i drink every evening.

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE JOURNEY? the one a good writer takes you on.

WHAT DO YOU MOST DISLIKE ABOUT YOUR APPEARANCE? it’s changed over time. when i was a young man (see photo above) i was self-conscious about my chest — i was very thin. but today, it’s my chin.


ON WHAT OCCASION DO YOU LIE? when i don’t want to hurt someone’s feelings.

WHICH WORDS OR PHRASES DO YOU MOST OVER-USE? fantastic, marvelous, perfect, brilliant, fuck.

IF YOU COULD CHANGE ONE THING ABOUT YOURSELF, WHAT WOULD IT BE? i wish i had been more motivated in my 20s to do something with my life. i have no regrets however.

WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER YOUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT? loving the same man for 31 years.

WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE? my fantasy scenario goes like this: summers and fall in carmel-by-the-sea, california; winter and spring in palm springs, california. an apartment in paris and a home in the vicinity of aix-en-provence for when i must get away from it all.


1 Response to “a set of questions, part #3”

  1. May 30, 2013 at 9:12 am

    Your Greatest Achievement certainly is. And your chin is fine. Bravo and well done!

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