Hello Everybody, I am honoured to introduce Carol Anne & Company to you and to “The Bee Writes…”. Carol Anne blogs over at “Therapy Bits” and has kindly agreed to a blog collaboration. We are still figuring out the exact ins and outs but I reblogged her introduction of me on her blog this morning.
Carol Anne says about herself: “I am a woman in my mid 30’s. I’m blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.”
She is an incredible lady and has kindly agreed to take part in the Proust Questionnaire and I let her talk with no further ado:
Where do you want to live?
What is perfect bliss for you?
A mug of hot chocolate and a good book
Which fault do you excuse the easiest?
The fact that I am easily angered
What is the biggest disaster for you?
Having no battery left in my phone
Your favourite characters in a novel?
Anyone who does good or who conquers evil
Your favourite figure in history?
Your favourite hero/heroine in real life?
Your favourite painter?
don’t have one
Your favourite author?
Your favourite composer?
Beethoven or Vivaldi
Which quality do you appreciate the most in a woman?
Sense of humour
Which quality do you appreciate the most in a man?
Your favourite virtue?
Your favourite activity?
Who or what would you like to be?
Your main characteristic?
My sense of humour
What do you appreciate the most in your friends?
kindness, nonjudgemental, patience, loyalty
Your biggest fault?
Your dream of happiness?
hmmm, not really sure. I guess just being able to be free to be we
Your favourite colour?
Your favourite flower?
Your favourite bird?
Your favourite poet?
What do you hate the most?
Which historical figure do you hate the most?
Which is your favourite reform?
Which natural talent would you like to have?
to be able to speak a language fluently
How do you want to die?
peacefully in my sleep
Your current state of mind?
Live life to the fullest
Thank you very much, Carol Anne, for being part of “The Bee Writes…” and for answering the Proust Questionnaire!!!!
(Some links in this entry are in German)
In the 19th century, there has been a kind of party game which meant that guests had to answer a list of questions in the host’s guestbook. Marcel Proust answered it twice in his life and after a while, it got accredited to him.
A similar questionnaire is regularly seen on the back of Vanity Fair answered by celebrities. They even launched an interactive version in 2009. The magazine of the German newspaper FAZ asks celebrities for years to answer it too.
That gave me the idea to ask my fellow bloggers and others who are interested to answer similar questions and to post a link to their blogs and pages with their answers.