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Blog link-up: Random Fun :)

I am answering questions from a linkup from Bethany and Becca's blog,Clever Bunnies.

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~ Paste the button onto your blog post.

~ Leave a new list of questions (or just pass on the question list you answered) and tag a few people of your random choice (and say why you tagged them, if you have time!)

(Be original and nonsensical in your question-creativity - make the blogging world a cheerful place :-) And be disastrously random.)

I tag anyone that wants to do this. Post your answers in the comments or your own blog. Just let me know if you do it on your blog :) My questions are;

Who's your favorite author?
What sort of shoes do you prefer (boots, sneakers, Flip-flops...)?
If you could do one crazy thing that would shock the whole world yet still be decent Biblically what would it be?
Do you prefer pizza or cheeseburger?
What do you normally use - a hairbrush or a comb?
Do you normally wear jewelry?
What is your favorite farm animal?
Are there any names in literature that you can't stand because of the character, but would otherwise be an okay name?
Do you like thrift stores and yardsales?
And last, but not least what is your opinion of facebook?

Now for the fun... ~Write down three facts about you - one of them is WRONG. Let your commenters guess in the comments which one is wrong (and tell them in the comments after a while).
I like pranking people - even people I don't know.
I dress in crazy, unfashionable ways that I think are pretty and comfortable ( think hippie/gypsy/bright colors and long skirts with lace and hats and scarves and jewelry ).
I wear sunglasses a lot.

~Answer the questions of the person who tagged you - make it all super random and interesting :-D

What is your favorite hot drink? (example: tea, coffee, hot chocolate) Either Roobis tea or hot chocolate. I like stevia in my Roobis tea.

What was the last movie you watched? I think it was 101 Dalmatians the movie. The kids had it on...I didn't finish it but went to bed earlier.

What are you most looking forward to this summer? Going to Summit in Colorado :D Really excited!!! :)

Are you wearing anything on your wrist at the moment? If so, what? Normally I wear a bracelet...but not today :)

What was the last Bible verse you memorized? Most of John 3.

If you could help solve a mystery with a fictional detective, from either a book, or TV show, who would you want to do it with? Definitely Nancy Drew. She is so awesome and would be such a fun partner/ friend.

What is your dream occupation? Either being an author or reporter or something with lots of writing and adventure...maybe even a history/ mythology professor. Wouldn't it be so fun to flunk students? lol....just kidding ;)

What do you like better; email, or snail-mail? Definitely snail-mail. It's more personal. But e-mail can be nice, too.

What is directly to your right at this moment? The driver's seat of our van...I'm sitting in the van right now :)

What is your favorite kind of butterfly/moth (there can be some pretty cool kinds of moths too)? Oh.... I know like nothing about butterflies or moths....anything that is green, pretty, has a unique shape or color or pattern ;)


  1. Hey, everyone I am wanting to do a blog post of a Q & A of a homeschooler, child of large family,conservative Christian etc.. anyways if any of you want to send me questions to answer for my blogpost or ideas for questions thatd be great. And btw way the purpose of this post will be for a joke, and I'll give satirical stupid answers. Email...keturahskorner(at)gmail(dot)com crazy questions and good questions wanted!!

  2. Hey Keturah! Just came to your blog from your comment at Clever Bunnies. :-) And reading over this post, I had to wonder...

    How can the driver's seat be to your RIGHT? ;-) Or do y'all have a van from the UK, Australia, etc. with everything switched around? Haha :-P

    God bless!

    P.S. Just found your blog so don't "know" you at all, but I'm going to guess that "I wear sunglasses a lot" is WRONG. *shrug*

    1. Lol, wondered if anyone would ask that....I was sitting crooked in the drivers seat so the back of the seat was to my right. So. No, I live in the states :)

      Thank you for stopping and seeing my blog and commenting!!

      I'll answer your last question later ;)

  3. I'd say that you wear sunglasses a lot is wrong.

  4. Hey there Girl!!!!


    Who's your favorite author? J. R. R. Tolkien. At least right now.

    What sort of shoes do you prefer (boots, sneakers, Flip-flops...)? Well if its wet or I am around animals, boots, but otherwise, flip-flops.

    If you could do one crazy thing that would shock the whole world yet still be decent Biblically what would it be? Umm. I don't really know. But I would like to eat Vanilla pudding out of a Mayonnaise jar in public and see what kind of weird looks I get!!!!!

    Do you prefer pizza or cheeseburger? Pizza!!!!

    What do you normally use - a hairbrush or a comb? A Hairbrush!! I have even been known to not comb my hair after I washed it and then brush it when it dried. (I know. Not the best thing for your hair.)

    Do you normally wear jewelry? Yes.

    What is your favorite farm animal? I think Horses.

    Are there any names in literature that you can't stand because of the character, but would otherwise be an okay name? Not that I can think of off the top of my head. Ok. No. I don't like the name Jeremy because of villains/antagonists named that.

    Do you like thrift stores and yardsales? I LOVE Thrift Stores!!!!

    And last, but not least what is your opinion of Facebook? That it is useful but that I don't need it right now.

    And the fact that isn't true? That you wear sunglasses a lot. :)

    1. Haha, I do the exact same with my hair ;) and I'd love to eat pudding out of a mayo jar!!!!!!! I knew someone named Jeremy when I was little and we played.a lot, so for me that's a good name ;)

  5. Ok!!!! We should do it the next time that we get together!!!!!!!

  6. Thanks for doing the tag!

    I'll have a go at your questions. :)

    Who's your favorite author? That's a hard choice, but I think Elizabeth George Speare.

    What sort of shoes do you prefer (boots, sneakers, Flip-flops...)? I usually wear sneakers, but I like oxfards, sandals, and mocasins too.

    If you could do one crazy thing that would shock the whole world yet still be decent Biblically what would it be? I don't know if I can anwser this one...something I'd like to do that would be kind of crazy, yet probably not shock the world, would be to wear victorian clothes on an everyday basis. That would be fun.

    Do you prefer pizza or cheeseburger? Depends on the pizza toppings, but usually cheeseburgers.

    What do you normally use - a hairbrush or a comb? A comb.

    Do you normally wear jewelry? I like to wear bracelets that I can leave on and forget about, and I wear a class ring.

    What is your favorite farm animal? Rabbits. :)

    Are there any names in literature that you can't stand because of the character, but would otherwise be an okay name? I don't know if I can think of one. Usually it goes the other way- there's a name I don't like, but then I read about a really likeable character with that name, and then it doesn't sound so bad. :)

    Do you like thrift stores and yardsales? Oh yes!

    And last, but not least what is your opinion of facebook? I guess it could have some good uses, but I mostly see it as a time waster, and something I don't want to get sucked into. :)

    1. Fun!!!! Wearing Victorian clothes would be soooooo awesome!!!! Haha, know what you mean about facebook...I got "sucked into" it. It can be a time waster, but messenger is great, and its great for advertising :) still its s scary dangerous site where everyone likes to argue and call names :/


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I love discussions, but nothing mean — I post a lot of opinionated articles, and I'd love to know YOUR opinions, even if they oppose mine. But, please, no insulting. Be nice and let's get to know one another ~ Keturah

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