The Top 10 Blog Interview With…@Greetums
This latest instalment of the ‘Interview‘ series gives us a peek behind the Bio of a fun Twitter person, namely Kat Caverly who is better known to us as @Greetums. Always great fun to follow, Kat has previously been a guest of mine with her uplifting Top 10 Things You can Do When The Day is Going Horribly Wrong. If you feel in need of a smile pop over and check it out!
If you were stranded on a desert island and were allowed one luxury item what would it be and why?
I would want Thomas Hudson Reeve, my husband, because he is a prop man, special effects, and together we can survive anywhere, and make the best of anything.
Do you have any phobias?
No phobias but I have a healthy paranoia of things that can hurt me, like electricity, power tools and heightsâ€¦ unless I have my wings!
Who inspires you and why?
My list of individuals is extensive, but in general humanity and cats inspire me.
Which animal would you most like to be and why?
A turkey buzzard. When they fly they are playing in the air.
What is the one thing in life that irritates you the most and why?
I cannot abide a bully, and any form of bullying. I truly detest hypocrisy too and I swear that you can smell it right through the Intertubes.
If you could have a superpower what would it be and why?
I do have a super power. I am super LOUD. But if I could have another super power, I would like to have super-vision, macro to telephoto, and I would be a camera too. Digital of course.
What do you think you will be doing in 10 years time?
Still doing whatever comes to my mind. I know I will be making movies and music, but opportunity comes in many different packages. And I always answer.
What is your favourite guilty pleasure?
I don’t feel guilt because I don’t do anything that I would find wrong. Now, if you ask other people though!
Which historical character would you most like to meet and why?
I would have loved to meet Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc). I have been told that we have a lot in common, except that nasty being burned at the stake business.
Can you tell us one thing about yourself that would surprise people who know you?
It surprises people to find out that I was deadly serious as a child but I don’t think I have told many people that I was prone to throwing myself on the ground and banging my head against the floor; epic tantrums.
I once saw a MINI Cooper (1958) and was convinced it was a toy car. My father had a 56 Chevy. When I was told that I couldn’t have one because it was a real car, I threw myself down on the sidewalk and head banging there really hurt.
And now I own my very own MINI Cooper:
Many thanks to Kat for sharing her thoughts with all of us! Watch out for another super guest next week .
Videos and portrait Kat Caverly