Coming live to you from her studio in Los Angeles (by way of Pennington Gap) is the famous Lula! (cue the applause)
And tonight on Lula Queen Live is the blogger that everyone is talking about. Tonight's guest is the elusive Angie from Angie's Spot. Will Lula be able to crack that stone facade and get her to answer the tough questions that THE WORLD WANTS TO KNOW? Let's find out.
Lula: Good evening Angie!
Angie: Hi Lula! It's great to be here.
Lula: Angie, I'm so glad you've joined us this evening. Let's get right to this. I've asked my viewers to give me their most burning questions for you to answer. Straight from my blog, here's the first question.
Angie: I'm ready Lula.
Lula: Penny from Poughkeepsie writes, "Angie, if you could rid the earth of one thing, what would it be?"
Angie: Wow, you certainly didn't throw me a softball with this first question. I would have to say that if I could rid the earth of one thing, it would be cancer. I know too many people who have been impacted by this disease and it needs to be stopped. If I could pick a second thing, it would DEFINITELY have to be those stupid Sonic commercials with the 2 people in the car talking to each other. So annoying.
Lula: Yeah, I'm not a fan of those Sonic commercials either, but their Cherry Limeades over pellet ice are just fabulous!
Angie: Well, I can't disagree with that.
Lula: Next, Lana from Louisville writes, "If you had a time machine that could only move back in time, where would you go and who would you see?"
Angie: Another tough one. I think I would travel back in time to Nicaragua around 1954. Nicaragua is where my dad is from and his father was killed in a helicopter crash when my dad was very young. I would want to see what that country looked like before it was war torn and to meet my paternal grandfather.
Lula: Oh my, that's so sad. Let's move on. Iris from Indianapolis wants to know if you would please share with us a vivid memory from your childhood?
Angie: I would love to Lula! One memory that is still crystal clear in my mind is from a summer at Girl Scout Camp Adahi. I was REALLY into horses, much like every young girl is, and that summer I was in love with a quarter horse named Red. I learned to barrel race with that horse and came in 3rd place in our end of camp competition. I still have the yellow ribbon for my achievement. Gosh, I still love horses and am already seeing that same love blossoming in my oldest girl. Sorry, I'm getting a little teary.
Lula: Oh, that's so sweet. I understand what you mean. I've got 2 little girls too! Our next question comes from Helen in Honolulu. She writes, "Angie, if you pick any celebrity to be your slave for a week, who would it be and what duties would you require of him?"
Angie: (laughing heartily) Oh Lula, this is a really hard one for me! As my loyal readers know, I am a great admirer of hot celebrity men and feature a few of them each week in my increasingly popular "Monday Morning Eye Candy" post. But, if I had to pick just one, well, I know exactly who it would be. And don't hate me, but it would be Robert Pattinson. As far as his duties, well they would include playing the piano for me, saying silly British lingo like "Where's the loo", "You're bloody fabulous" and "Horses for courses", and well, I try to keep this blog PG, so we'll just stop right there. (still laughing heartily)
Lula: Well, before we start getting the WRONG types of calls from viewers, let's wrap this up with our last question this evening. Shannon from Saskatchewan says, "Everyone has a talent of some sort. What is yours, how do you use it and how often do you use it?"
Angie: I would say that my talent is making people feel at ease with my smile. I smile a LOT and it's often the thing that people say they remember most about me or like the most. I love being around people and listening to what they have to say, so if my smile can accomplish that often, then I'm thrilled!
Lula: A warm smile is such a wonderful talent to have! It's just one of the things that I love about you. Thank you so much for coming to my show tonight!
Angie: Lula, I just think you're the best and am honored to be your guest tonight. Tell those girls of yours that I said hi and tell your best friend Paula that I'm still looking for my autographed cookbook that she promised me.
Lula: Girl, you know I will. Paula and I are like this, you know! And join me tomorrow when my special guests will be the cast from LOST. You won't want to miss this. And have a great evening y'all!
**My many thanks to Lula for interviewing me!
Now...I would love to interview you and you and you.
So here is what you do:
1. Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me."
2. I will respond by emailing you five questions. (I get to pick the questions).
3. You will update your blog with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.
So come on--let's get to know each other better. And do not fear potential questions--I promise to play very nice.
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