Today at Miscellaneous Yammering we are delighted to present the lovely and talented, winsome and wonderfully toothy Judy Clement Wall. Judy is the author of Zebra Sounds, a thought provoking and hard hitting political and interesting fact finding blog for anyone curious about the world around them and cats who flush toilets (whew)..... joining us for TEN QUESTIONS TUESDAY.
K: Good Morning Judy, you smell wonderful, what's that fragrance you're wearing?
J: Hi, Karen! Actually, I'm not wearing a fragrance, I just smell good. Makes me easy to work with. I should add that to my bio.
K: Do you need a cup of coffee or anything, a blankie? Squeaky toy?
J: Wow, three of my favorite things! You're such a good host. I didn't realize you'd be so prepared to make me feel at home, so I brought my own squeaky toy. His name is Zeke. He used to have fur, but I've loved it all away. Like the velveteen rabbit. Only Zeke is a duck. A once-furry duck. Strange how things work out. I'll just set him here.
Well, now that you and Zeke are all settled in, here we go...
Ten Questions for Judy Clement Wall
K: Judy, you have three names. Serial killers and guys who shoot presidents always have three names....is there anything you'd like to share?
J: Yes, desperately, but my lawyers have advised against it.
K: You write serious fiction. Does that mean when you publish your book you'll get serious money?
J: Yes. No more funny money. My lawyers have advised against that as well.
K: You are surrounded by men in your household. Who sheds more on the bathroom floor, them or you?
J: I haven't seen the bathroom floor since we got our dog, Lexi, last year. We adopted her from the Humane Society, so her breed is uncertain, but she has shedding super powers. No dog can match her.
K: If you were going on a long trip and could only take one thing with you....what would it be? And of course this doesn't mean your family or your dog; of course you would take them on a long trip, what else would go with you?
J: Zeke. Definitely.
K: You have a mind that buzzes with electricity at all times. You are very interested in the world around you. Has that ever led to you being arrested?
J: No, it hasn't, Karen, and that's because I always wear running shoes. I know Jane is partial to Jesus sandals, but let me just say that while they have their sort of earthy charm, they are not conducive to escape. In my experience, avoiding arrest often comes down to the shoes you're wearing... I'm sorry, Karen, just a second..[answers cell phone]... Oh... My lawyers are asking that you not include that last question on your blog.
K: If you were walking in the woods one day and saw a unicorn, what would you do about it?
J: Have another drink.
K: Some people are weirded out about certain body parts. Like feet. Some people just can't handle feet. Is there a part of the human form that freaks you out?
J: Who told you about me and feet?
K: What is the oddest thing that you've ever seen your dog do?
J: It would have to be that time she dressed up as a unicorn and surprised me in the forest.
K: This is a two parter.....Best dessert? Best desert?
J: Dessert? Cheesecake, hands down. Desert? LA.
K: If you had to do it all over again, what would be the one thing that you would change about what you are wearing today? btw: LOVE the leg warmers.....
J: The headband, I think. The sequins are a little much, aren't they? I was nervous.
K: Thank you so much Judy for coming in to play Ten Questions Tuesday with me. You are so much fun to talk to and I do think that maybe we were separated at birth....
J: Thank you, Karen! It's been fun. When they contact you, don't let my lawyers scare you. They're harmless really, although they do shed.
K: But they shed scales, right?