What’s your favorite breakfast food? Um...well the ol' standby is PB on toast. Essential. I'm not good if I don't get my protein in the morning. But if you want something "interesting" I'd say pecan waffles! Yeah...I get them maybe every 5 years?
Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? Gosh, there are lots. Neither Wolf nor Dog by Kent Nerburn. It’s about Native American/White relations and why white folks STILL stereotype Indians.
What makes you laugh? A few friends. Finding Nemo. The stupid mistakes I make all the time.
Song that never gets old: "Ripple" by Grateful Dead. "Let it be known: there is a fountain that was not made by the hands of men".
Drink of choice: Coffee, water, tea. That's about all I drink anymore. Love microbrews, but don't like the buzz anymore. I'm boring that way.
Would you rather be hot or cold? Hot. ‘course, I am ALL the time, if you ask the ladies, ;o)
Mountain, beach, desert or forest? Probably forest....and then beach.
Favorite color? That really vivid color that rust can get. Gorgeous.
Best movie line: "I don't know...sometimes ya just KNOW, y'know?" by Crush, from Finding Nemo.
Last thing you splurged on? I'm an Irish musician and play Native American Flutes. So I buy flutes and penny whistles and bodhran beaters. Is that a splurge? They are sort of my "toys".
Bonus Q: Your secret talent. LOL...TAROT. Tarot's been my secret talent for years. Unless you want to climb in BED with me, and then I'll show you some others!
Hal Weeks (HalWeeks.com) has been reading tarot since 1985, but it's always been sort of a sideline. He's made a living from being a musician on and off, as well as having way too many "day jobs". He's designed two Tarots of his own, and prefers reading with the Tarot of Marseilles or a good ol' Rider Waite. Tarot is often a philosophical/meditational pursuit for him: reading interests fade in and out like all his other interests. You can find out more about his Wickwillow Tarot at this link.