Jenny Woolf posed to her blogmates. So here are my answers, for what they're worth.
1. If there's one chocolate left in the box, do you have to eat it, or can you leave it sitting there?
I could leave it for years. I'm very strong-willed when it comes to food.
2. What do you want to remember most of all, if you survive to be very old?
My trips to Australia, all the fun times with Jenny, walking in the Mourne Mountains.
3. Would you enjoy being a very rich and famous celebrity?
No. Being pursued everywhere by the paparazzi and demanding fans would be a nightmare.
4. What piece of music do you personally find most emotionally moving?
There are so many, from Mozart's Piano Concerto Number 21 to Goldfrapp's Black Cherry album.
5. How do you deal with depression, anxiety and bad times?
I never get depressed for longer than half an hour, but anxiety is my middle name. I've tried many many ways of controlling it but nothing works for very long.
6. What do you love doing that bores everyone else stiff?
Grinding coffee, washing up, chopping vegetables, washing my hair.
7. Did you ever encounter an inanimate object that seemed to have a will of its own?
Shoelaces. They knot and unknot whenever they feel like it.
8. What is your very favourite hotel or restaurant?
The San Cassiano Hotel in Venice. It's on the bank of the Grand Canal.
9. Do you think prisoners who have committed particularly vile crimes should be segregated in jail for their own safety?
That's for them to decide. Long-term segregation can be very psychologically damaging.
10. What do you wish you had known when you were 18?
I wish I'd known a lot more about sex!
(There was an eleventh question about the photos in her post, but since you can't see them....)