If you were able to go camping with whomever you want (past or present), who do you pick and what are you talking about?
This is a really difficult question. There are many people I'd like to talk to about everything, but throwing in camping… The answer is my husband. I think camping is a personal adventure and doing it without someone you can cuddle and be close with is kind of pointless. Plus, he loves all the reality documentaries like Survivor Man and Man vs. Wild. Whenever we've discussed difficult survival situations, I always imagine us surviving together. And we often talk about everything: family, love, marriage, communication, books, movies, TV shows. We never seem to run out of things to share, neither do we run out of the desire to be together. It makes our days better whenever we can experience them together.
Now, Jamie, you had to go there with all that mushy gobbledygook the week of all that hearts and flowers shit? Ya know, I can just edit that out or push this interview back, but Morasco does love any holiday that celebrates with chocolate. (wink) Jamie, with all of my heart I believe it is imaginable for two souls to enhance, to evolve, to nourish, and to respect each other as time goes on instead of weaken each other. The strength of two spirits, if they are meant to be, is comparable to steel upon steel--it bends, it sways, but remains intact. Unfortunately, one person becomes an albatross, not only dragging the other down, but extinguishing the other soul's light.
I wish you and your husband the best sex ever! Oops, I mean the best love dipped sex ever. Thank you so very much, Jamie, for this fun and thought-provoking interview.
Thank you, Diane! I am so happy to do this interview with you and I love your fascinating questions.
Thank you bunches of oats, Jamie!