Hehehe so, as promised, here are my answers:
It's very easy to decide you are going to change your life. It's another to actually do it. When you hit the low points, how do you keep on going?
Hehehe this was one of the most tricky questions I've ever gotten. My quest to change my life started when I'd come as close to rock bottom as I ever want to go. My only thought at that stage as I crawled out of my hole was that I never wanted to be there again. The question was how to avoid it in the future.
After a lot of thinking and soul searching, I realized that no matter what, I had to go after my dreams, because when my dreams die, so does my spirit. So I had a deep and long talk about it with God and I struck off on the road of achieving my dreams.
And you know what? The low points that come from set backs on my journey never come close to where I've been when I was following someone else's dreams.
So to keep going is sort of easy...
Strawberry, vanilla or chocolate?
Strawberries with cream, vanilla ice-cream, milkshakes and milk, chocolate anything else except meat and veggies.
A white orchid.
E book, or print?
To read, print. To sell... anything that gets my book out there.
What hobbies do you have? If you have time for any in between revisions!
I also take solo lessons and ballroom classes, read and learn languages. I try to squeeze time in for everything. ;-)
Do you have any pets? What are their names?
Yes I do: Three dogs (Jill, J.R. and Ben), three cats (Smokey, Lotty and Sylvester) and one African Grey parrot (Robbie).
I see that you live in South Africa. Upon reading that the word "Apartheid" pops into my head. How do you see the political state of your country as opposed to a few years ago. Is the country more open to people of different races?
This is a tricky question. Also one that I will answer in private to anyone who wants me to, as it will take up a blog series of its own.
So there you have it. A little bit of me in a blog post.
I am passing this award to all of you who asked me a question. X