Saturday Survey – 2/3/13


  1. What is at the top of your to-read list at the moment?
  2. Do you play a musical instrument? If so, which?
  3. Favourite flavour of ice-cream?
  4. What do you want to be when you grow up?

Bonus points: share / describe your best bit of creativity this week…


9 responses to “Saturday Survey – 2/3/13”

  1. Rebecca says:

    1. Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan, Risen Empire by scott Westerfield,
    The House of Leaves by Mark Danielewski

    2.I play the piano and I played the Saxophone for about 9 years ( but stopped when I started singing)

    3. cinnammon, mint choc chip, pistachio, green tea, red bean ice cream…..nom

    4. I will never grow up! What an awful phrase. Young at heart and mind forever! and of course I will fly my own planes 😀

  2. Findo says:

    1. I really want to keep plugging away at Begbie’s Resounding Truth, which I’ve neglected , partially read, for too long.
    2. Guitar, piano (a bit) and used to be able to play a bit of drums & bass. I played the the violin for a decade or so, and learnt bassoon for a year.
    3. Mint &/or caramel
    4. Lots of things… a rock star? 😀

  3. Al says:

    1. My daily devotional book that I made a commitment to read the whole book this year, oh and my my new career study material.

    2. I played the drums for 20 years but haven’t now for almost 15 years. I play iTunes fairly well though!

    3. Mmmm caramel. Or strawberry. Or a good………………does it have to be just one?

    4. Anybody that knows me would know that’s not going to happen.

  4. Matthew says:

    Hey Andrew

    1. Mere Apologetics – Alister McGrath (half-way through)
    2. Yes – pianoforte which I play softly and loudly
    3. I am liking burnt fig; we had some good stracciatella on holiday too.
    4. Still not sure… a wise man who listens much more than he speaks. Or a fireman.

    Bonus points: Assembling 3 items of Ikea furniture in an afternoon? It didn’t involve power tools so probably no manliness points either.

  5. Pamina says:

    1. “Proofreading for Dummies”… I’m anxious to start my own online business so I can earn money while being free to travel wherever I want.

    2. No. I learned keyboard as a college freshman, but it’s gone from my mind. Though while I remembered, I managed to compose my own setting of Dafne’s speech from Ottavio Rinnucini’s “Euridice” (hey, if both Peri and Caccini could do it…), which I’m proud of.

    3. Cookie dough. Or Ben & Jerry’s Imagine Whirled Peace. I wish I had some now.

    4. Like Rebecca, I will never grow up.

    Best bit of creativity: Two handmade necklaces

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