What keeps you up at night?
Usually being unable to switch off and things running through my head or more recently pain in my back and legs.
What’s the most surprising self-realization you’ve had?
How much I enjoy blogging and what the response has been since I started in 2013.
What’s the most illegal thing you’ve done?
Pinched a flashing warning light from roadworks in 1978 with my first husband (there were a lot of others, so it wasn’t as if it was the only one). We put it up in the roof and forgot about it. When we moved out in 1980, it still worked.
What lie do you tell most often?
That I’m OK when I’m not.
What do you regret not doing?
Several things, one of which being not going to work in Jersey when I had the opportunity.
What gives your life meaning?
Hubby and the dog. They are the most important things to me.
What do you most often look down on people for?
What do you think other people look down on you for?
I try not to judge. I don’t know their circumstances, but people who have bratty kids are annoying and anyone who doesn’t clean up after their dogs when they foul the pavement, park or beach, really gets my back up.
I’m clean and presentable, but don’t have any glad rags or dress up fancy when I go out.
What bridges do you not regret burning?
Ex-husband and Ex-partner.
What are you most insecure about?
Myself. I don’t have a lot of confidence, but Hubby has encouraged me and I’m not as bad as I was.
How do you get in the way of your own success?
If I’m considered successful, that’s wonderful.
What’s one thing you did that you really wish you could go back and undo?
I wish I could go back to May 1996 and give my Dad a hug before I left after visiting him in hospital. He had a massive heart attack the next day and never regained consciousness.
What are you afraid people see when they look at you?