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Calling All Tarot Bloggers! - 2017 International Tarot Day Blog Hop

10 Questions for Tarotist Sg Frindle

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1. What’s your favorite breakfast food? I only have them rarely, but a Buttermilk Biscuit makes my heart sing!

2. Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? Just one? I've always had a copy of The Richest Man in Babylon around since high school (1989!) It's still not outdated information.

3. What makes you laugh? Things that are absurd, like Road Runner/ Wylie Coyote antics, or the aberrant art of Barry Kite.

4. Song that never gets old:"You Don't Mess Around With Jim" by Jim Croce. No one tells story in song anymore.

5. Drink of choice: Cold: Sweet Ice Tea (southern gal, can you tell?)  Warm: Oolong tea.

6. Would you rather be hot or cold? Hot. I can even get cold in the A/C.

7. Mountain, beach, desert, or forest? Forest.

8. Favorite color? Amish Blue

9. Best movie line: "That's the way it goes, but don't forget, it goes the other way too". (True Romance)

10. Last thing you splurged on? The Everyday Witch Tarot Deck

Bonus Q for Sg: In your opinion, the best Tarot books are…? Usually from small or indie presses, where the writer's authentic influence is not overshadowed by publisher’s need. I find such voices that need to be shared!

Sg Frindle is a 2nd generation Florida native who loves Books, Animals, Tarot, and Helping others. She recently started her blog http://thetarotyouknow.blogspot.com as a safe outlet from clinical, stodgy Tarot sites—favoring a humorous and imperfect approach.

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