Question of the day.

Where is your favourite place to read?

My answer:

I can easily read anywhere that is not too loud or not too many stimuli that would either distract me or make me uncomfortable/anxious. I don’t like reading when there are many people around me, even when I don’t have to engage with them or even care about them, though sometimes I’ll do that if I’m bored. But I guess my favourite place is my room, especially my bed, it’s where I read the most and most often.

You? πŸ™‚

Question of the day (20th June).

What’s your favourite author?

My answer:

My favourite Polish author is definitely MaΕ‚gorzata Musierowicz, I’ve written about her loads of times on here, she’s an author of a lovely book series that I just love to pieces. And my favourite foreign author is Lucy Maud Montgomery. But I find “Anne Of Green Gables” slightly overrated. I do like her but she’s written so many other great books that are underappreciated because everyone sees only Anne who’s not as interesting as some other of her heroines like Emily Starr from “Emily Of New Moon” or Valancy Stirling from “The Blue Castle” for example. And I don’t like that people always think that her books are only for children. Well my Zofijka is a child, a tween, and she doesn’t even understand “Anne Of Green Gables”. I think with Montgomery’s books is a bit like with “The Moomins” or “Winnie The Pooh”, everyone associates them with children and reads them in childhood, but it’s only when you grow up that you start really understanding them and seeing them from a different angle.

How about your favourite author? πŸ™‚

Question of the day (17th June).

What’s your favourite book?

My answer:

It’s hard to say because I like a lot of books, but I suppose my all time favourite is “Emily Of New Moon” by Lucy Maud Montgomery, the whole series. I identified myself a lot with Emily when I was a teen and there is still so much in this series that I can relate to and so many quotes I love, and it has helped me to look in a different way at so many things.

Yours? πŸ™‚

Question of the day.

Hi people. πŸ™‚

Today, my question for you is:

What are your five favourite foods?

My answer:

I really don’t have any specific foods ranking, I don’t have it like that that my most favourite food is something and I just love it more than anything else, it depends when, where, what kind of food. So here are just my 5 random favourite foods in random order.

1. Silesian dumplings, but only homemade, and with champignon sauce, I hate frozen shop-bought Silesian dumplings – mushy. –

2. Chips, as in fries, or however you call them, well who doesn’t like them, at least I guess I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like chips. I slightly prefer KFC’s over MCDonald’s, and like my Mum’s the most, because they’re actually crunchy and you can feel they’re made of real potatoes and not an imitation, as it often feels in fast food restaurants and such. πŸ˜€ Oh, and there are fabulous fries at our local restaurant, I love eating them with grilled chicken breast yummy!

3. As we’re talking about chicken, just as Misha, I love chicken breast in herbs.

4. Meringue with whipped cream and fruit – especially blueberries. –

5. A nice spaghetti.

How about you. πŸ™‚

Question of the day.

Hi guys. πŸ™‚

Today my question for you is this:

Do you have a pair of shoes that you particularly like? If so, why do you like them? Describe them.

My answe:

I’ve had many shoes that I liked a lot over the years, but at this point I don’t think I have any very special ones that I would like particularly much.

Question of the day (24th March).

What’s your favourite type of sandwich?

My answer:

I like lots of different sandwiches. Sandwiches are a practical thing that you can easily make and eat so I eat them a lot as most people in my part of the world I guess. Just a while ago I had sandwiches with baked ham, my Mum made it, my Mum makes gorgeous baked ham, and I am not a huge enthusiast of meat overall, especially not of ham, especially not the kind you can get in your average shop, ew! I like sandwiches with different types of cheese, with spicy stuff, as well as things like Nutella or honey or peanut butter or some jams, particularly cherry jam, which is weird because normally I hate everything cherry flavoured, apart from cherry jam. I like toasts too, if you count them as sandwiches, especially the way my Dad makes them, loaded with cheese, onion, chilli pepper or kalonji or other hot things, and sometimes some mushrooms and lots of vegs and a bit of bacon. These are his most spectacular tosts. And I like lots of other types of sandwiches.

How about you? πŸ™‚