Who doesn’t love an interview?
- I am trying to re-blog a lot of the interviews I do for other people. Trying being the word! Anyhoo, today let’s have a wee look at the very lovely Urvashi who recently was kind enough to interview me. Here’s a little bit about Urvashi and the interview follows…
- Urvashi says: I am new to blogger and a budding architect. I love writing and debating. I write posts that intrigue my grey matter. If you are looking for a slice of life, look no further.
- Below is Urvashi’s interview, oh and before you read on, Urvashi has been designing a logo for my online group Support-a-Writer over on Google Plus!
- In the meantime head to http://mydenhere.blogspot.com.au/ to discover more about Urvashi.
Okay, this wonderful woman needs no introduction. Everybody knows her!
The community ‘Support-A-Writer’
is her brainchild. She’s the author of the acclaimed book ‘Women Behaving Badly’. She’s the most supportive person that you’ll find. Sweet in her own way. I think she does know a thing or two about time-management. No matter how busy she is, she always finds time to reply to my mails. I am thinking of taking classes from her. Anybody else up?
Note: Not all my mails are worth replying to. Sometimes I write only to ping her.
Anyway, here are her answers. (I see a wise woman there.)
A false perception about you?
Many people have unfairly judged me as I have three kids and I am only 32. I had my first baby at 22 but looked very young. Many women would glare at me. It was nasty. I was a grown woman with university degree completed. I was in a long term relationship. I was content. But sadly people assume you have thrown your life away, that you are uneducated. Nonsense. My children are a wonderful gift and I love being a mummy! I have grown up with them. Having kids hasn’t slowed me down or ended my life.
(I bet many of those people will now regret saying ‘oh-not-so-good’ stuff about you.)
Interesting incident about your childhood?
I saved my little cousin from drowning. She is a year younger. I was about 11. She plummeted to the bottom of the swimming pool. I managed to get her up out the water and pulled her out with the help of a friend with great difficulty. None of the teachers even noticed, thank goodness I was sitting on the side!
(Life-Savior! That was very brave! Indeed!)
What would you like to learn?
I would love to learn all about psychology. Human behaviour fascinates me. What makes us tick?
Taurus. Don’t mess with a bull.
(Make a mental note of this one please.)
How do you spend your free time?
Running my website alanamunroauthor.com
, writing, fending off my hungry growing kids with more food! I also do some photography, walk and read.
(Check her website! Highly recommended!)
What do you look for in a friendship?
(Wow! That’s an interesting one. I think all I need from a friend is unconditional love. I do reciprocate of course. In a friendship, one must accept you for who you are. I guess, that covers pretty much everything.)
Question for the wonderful readers?
Ever been hurt by a friend? What happened?
(I’ll leave this one to the readers.)
Thank you Alana! It was a pleasure interviewing you. I, for one, was looking forward to your answers. Thank you for sparing your time in spite of your busy schedule. I hope to work with you again.
Sending your way all my love and best wishes.Yes, this is a short piece but I’ll take the liberty of saying that it’s an interesting one. I hope you guys will agree. Yes?
This is her in the picture below. (Enchanted by her smile?) Show of hands please. Grin
I find her a very warm and a beautiful person. Those who have had the privilege of knowing her will nod their heads in agreement.
(I love your hat Alana!) Please do not forget to check her website. You will not regret clicking the link, trust me.
***Thanks Urvashi! Lovely to be interviewed by you.