A. Baby sitter, roofer, housecleaner, landscaper, waitress (two hours), graphic designer, worm wrangler
A. doing artwork
A. San Rafael High School, San Rafael, California; University of California at Santa Barbara
A. Randy Newman
A. The Princess Bride
A. Trying to figure things out.
A. She who makes the most creative mistakes, wins.
A. Being with all the people I love at the same time.
A. That something bad will happen to those I love.
A. With my husband, swimming somewhere very secluded.
A. Anyone who has ended up in history books is out of my league.
A. Jane Goodall
A. WOW! COOL!
A. I can't go there. If I did, I'd grind to a permanent halt.
A. I'd like to be able to draw one thing with one hand, while drawing something else with the other.
A. My two children are smart, happy, healthy, and beautiful.
A. I'm very, very opinionated.
A. I cannot be railroaded into doing anything I think is wrong.
A. I'm just beginning to figure out how to deal with myself, and you expect me to switch now?
A. I'm very opinionated.
A. Huckleberry Finn
A. Inspector Javert, in Les Miserables.
A. Mark Twain, but I'd probably be too awe-stricken to say anything to him.
A. people who pick on those who are vulnerable and or disabled
A. doing anything at all with my husband
A. Japanese pearl diver
A. Courage, a sense of humor, compassion
A. nectarines and kefir
A. I'd Like to Check You for Ticks, Brad Paisley; Hard Times, Stephen Foster; Fields of Gold, Sting; Garden Song, David Mallet; We'll Make Our Garden Grow, From Candide, by Leonard Bernstein
A. Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain; Love Medicine, Louise Erdrich; To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee; Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens; Sweet Thursday, John Steinbeck
A. I don't have a particular one now, but when I was a child I read Tom Sawyer once a month for several years.
A. Read constantly.
A. "You really do a lot of research!"