It would be interesting to find out how being an only child shaped a person differently than if they had siblings.
What are you afraid of?
Does your favorite movie say a lot about you?
Can you play an instrument? All of the Erin's can—kind of.
Words. There are millions of them, but do you have a favorite?
Do you hate chores? Can you choose just one? I know, it's hard. What's the one chore you absolutely hate doing?
Question #5 in Project Homonymous. If you could be a fictional character, who would you be?
Maybe you had a job, or just got some birthday money- but what was your first purchase?
What did you do growing up that got you in trouble?
What does the soundtrack to your life look like?
Five Erins with 30 free minutes, what do we do?
It's time to start looking at the answers to my questions from the Erins. I previously posted all of the twenty questions, hoping before I posted my own answers and those of the other four Erins, I would get some readers to comment with their own responses. Unfortunately, I am not that popular (have very few readers), so I haven't gotten any outside responses.
I have yet to read the responses from the other four Erins—I have simply saved them and waited until I had collected them all. Today I will start by editing the previous posts with the questions to add my responses and those of the other Erins. The idea is to compare the five and see if there are any similarities or any significant differences.
I realize how unscientific this is, especially since I am not taking into account age, family background, geographic location or any other variables. Maybe I will learn something interesting, maybe I won't, but I'm going to enjoy the journey. I hope all two of your readers out there enjoy it as well.
Let's get started: Question #1
Have you ever wanted to be something other than an Erin? If so, what?
Describe the most comfortable shoes you own.
Pens or pencils?
The first line of the book you are currently reading. If you aren't reading a book, the first line of the report, article, flyer, billboard, etc.
It's been quite a few weeks now and my progress is slow. As of today, I am up to four Erin Hartys who have completed the questionnaire. I have not read any of their answers yet, preferring to do it all at once, but I am getting antsy.
I just need one more Erin Harty to bring me to my base goal of five. I have used multiple means of contact. I even went so far as to send a Facebook message to a sister of an Erin Harty to try and get her to pass it on. I have not heard back--perhaps that was a little too stalkery.
So, if any of you out there happen to know any other Erin Hartys and want to give me a hand, please send them to my site and ask them to leave me a message.
I know there are many of us out there. Where are you all?
It's day three of the project and I have already received one response. I am hopeful.