On Lizards (the real big ones):
Long time love or relatable passion?
Long time love. I grew up in the Mountain West and loved encountering lizards on walks through the foothills. They harken back to another time — their look, their feel, their cold-bloodedness!
Teddy Bear or strange object?
Strange object. When I was young, I loved exploring and finding strange treasures. I suppose I still do.
Visit often or once in a while?
Visit often. I have two young daughters and we have several favorite parks. Personally, I much prefer a park to a backyard.
Hands-on exploration or read about it?
Hands-on exploration. I resort to reading about things only when I’ve exhausted what I can learn handling and manipulating and exploring.
Finders keepers or observe?
Finders keepers. This is tricky, since observing nature is a way of keeping it as well!
On Childhood Treasures:
In a box or on display?
On display. When I found treasures as a boy, I wanted it out where I could enjoy it!
On Thanksgiving Day Parades:
Yearly tradition or catch sporadically?
Catch sporadically. It’s a fun tradition, but one I partake in only rarely.
Attend live or watch on TV?
Watch on TV. I’ve yet to experience it in person! Perhaps I’ll add that to my bucket list.
Live in the moment or live in your imagination?
Live in your imagination. I was a daydreamer and chronic imaginer. When I was a child, I constantly lost myself in fantasy. Whole days disappeared.
Lizard from the Park or Lizard from the Park?
Lizard from the Park! I’m quite proud of this book and thrilled to see it out in the world!
Thanks for THINKing QUICK with us!
Click HERE for a review of Lizard From the Park
(Review by Carrie Charley Brown)