I was tagged by Ritva from Lumetta blog. Here are the rules of the game:
1. Respond & rework the questions on your blog, replace one question that you dislike with a question of your own invention, add one more question of your own.
2. Tag eight other un-tagged people.
What is your current obsession? Constantly dreaming about travelling.
What are you wearing now? A cottony dress, woollen knee socks and my favourite woolly on my shoulders.
Do you nap lot? No, not that much I'd like to. I'm a sleeper, a dreamer, I would need naps more often.
Who was the last person you hugged? Laura, my dear friend.
If you were a tree, what tree that would be? A willow. Bends but doesn't cave. And it really knows how to cry.
What's for dinner? Spinach soup.
What was the last thing you bought? 1 meter very cute, flowery and dotty, the 40's style cotton batiste.
What are you listening right now? I fancy about them like a teenager :) Grizzly Bear.
What is your favourite weather and why? Sunny in spring. Because light and colours then feel so perfect and amazing after winter greyness (which isn't bad either). And my feelings on springtimes are somehow wild, vivid.
What time you usually get up? My sleeping rhytm is rather irregular, no usual getting up time. I feel the best way to wake up when light wakes me, unfortunately it's not always possible.
What is your most challenging goal right now? To decide whether to start to study something or just concentrate on work. But now I'll ponder it very carefully and calm, not hurrying.
Say something to the person who tagged you: I'm curious about you. You seem to be a very fascinating person.
If you could have a house totally paid for, fully furnished anywhere in the world, where you wanted it to be? Difficult to choose. Copenhagen, Stockholm, New York, Kioto, Amsterdam for example.
Favourite vacation spot? France, Sweden ... any place where one can find fabulous flea-markets or brocantes :) And Italy right now, because I have got a little taste how very lovely country it can be. And in my dreams, United States.
What movies can you watch over and over? Many French New Wave films, the most I love Jean-Luc Godard's the 60's films. And then, Fabuleux destin d'Amelie Poulain. And Reds, maybe not over and over, but many, many times. I love costume design in it. And last but not least Antonioni's Blow-Up. It's a movie I constantly return thinking and remembering.
What is your favourite tea flavour? Earl Grey, I'm addicted to bergamot scent.
What are you reading right now? Sven Delblanc: Samuelin tyttäret ( I think it's not translated in English, sorry). I love a repeating theme in his books: conflict between human freedom and overpowering social system. It's the theme I always return thinking.
What is your current quilty pleasure? Just dreaming, not being efficient. But, to be honest, I don't even take it so quilty.
Where is the landscape of your mind? In an old, wild garden, much pathways, moss, shabby atmosphere. Mostly sunny garden but one can find also dark shadowy places over there. Maybe even a baroque one, but declined.
What is the latest quotation which made you impressed? To me it is Albert Camus' "In the depths of winter I finally learned there was in me an invincible summer."
The tag flies from me to: Mette, Aino, Maijja, Pia Jane Bijkerk, Matroskin, Livy, Lobster and Swan and Maria.