- I would like to interview _____________________.
- I would like to be interviewed by _____________.
- Halloween night _______________________________.
- Once Halloween is over, _______________________.
Here are my responses:
I am not sure who I would like to interview. I am, in most instances, a very shy person. I am having communication difficulties at times and it would be embarrassing to have those difficulties while interviewing someone, especially if it were being recorded.
BUT, if I did not have these challenges, (and if I can choose someone that is no longer living), I would love to interview Johnnie Cooper Roberts. She is one of David’s great-grandmothers. She died due to complications of childbirth after the birth of her only child, David’s Grandpa Roberts. He was 8 months old when his young mama died.
She has been the elusive ancestor in David’s family, like my 2nd great-grandpa Oliphant Williams has been for me. We know these people existed, but it is like all record of them has vanished off the face of this planet.
So, if I could interview her (and Grandpa Williams, too!), I could maybe get answers to the questions that I have and which it seems I’ll never get the answers.
I can’t think of anyone that I would like to have interview me. I wouldn’t have much to tell them of any value or interest.
Halloween night can be a fun adventure but, unfortunately, it can be a very bad night for solid black critters. 😦
It is fun to see the little ones in their costumes. Some of them are really cute.
Once Halloween is over, I predict that my blood sugar level will be having the battle of its life!
Have a blessed weekend, y’all!
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