Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Tenth Birthday Interview With Mr J

2015



2011

What's the adventure you would most like to have? 
Go camping in the woods.

What is one of your favourite things to do right now?
Make up stories about Mr Sacksall. He's an imaginary person I made up a while ago. He drives a little van and is about five inches tall. He reads adventure books. He goes rafting and has lots of adventures.

Which books are your favourites?
Pilgrim's ProgressWhere the Red Fern Grows, and the Paddington books

What are your favourite things to play with right now?
Lego, Playmobil figures, cardboard footballers [a game our boys devised with handmade football players and goal]

What is your favourite colour?
Yellow

What's your favourite animal?
Dogs

What do you like about dogs?
They're fluffy, cute, playful, and I just love them.

What are the names of the people that you enjoy spending time with?
You and Daddy, Coo, Lefty, Righty.

What do you like to eat?
Bananas.

What makes you happy?
Playing with dogs.

What makes you sad?
When dogs and people die. Like Max [dog] and Solomon [little brother].


2013

What do you like to do with Lefty and Righty?
Play tennis and football. [soccer]

What do you like to do with Daddy?
Play card games.

What do you like to do with Coo?
Play Playmobil.

What do you like to do with me?
Listen to you reading aloud, hug you. 

What do I do all day?
Make soap and cook food.

What does Daddy do all day?
Helps us learn math, breaks his toes. [J is referring to Daddy's recent numerous foot injuries]

What do you do all day?
Play, eat, and imagine.


2007
Mr J's ninth birthday interview can be found here.  The birthday interviews we do are an idea from Lauren, who blogs at Sparkling Adventures. 


2 comments:

  1. Happy 10th birthday, Mr. J! :) I love your imaginary friend. And I'm sorry to hear your Dad has been having foot injuries!

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    1. J says thank you! :)

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