Where did you come up with the name Annilygreen?
I came up with in my teeny tiny basement apartment in 2007. Oh, you mean what does it mean? Well, that part is embarrassing. Annily was a nickname from a boy I knew who loved dolphins....and by boy I mean man. Yes, an adult male who loved dolphins. He also liked me quite a bit, though I never reciprocated those feelings. I just liked the name he gave me. Green was my favorite color for years. Put them together, and you have the weirdest business name ever that will confuse people (no, my name is not Annily Green) and be hard to spell/remember. A recipe for success!
What is your favorite color?
Right now? These.
Why aren't you on Twitter? I need to follow you on Twitter!
The truth is, I don't get Twitter. I mean, I know it's useful for businesses and fun for people and cool. And I know that it's 140 characters, blah blah blah. But I'm like a 70-year-old...I don't know what people mean when they say they tweeted someone. So I've avoided it so far because it makes me feel dumb. Admitting that also makes me feel dumb.
Maybe someday I'll get into it? Come over and explain it to me...then you can follow me. I imagine I'd post lots of updates about poop because I'm the mother of young children.
What do you think of the Twilight phenomena? Team Edward or team Jacob?
I'll admit that I read the first book in the series...just to see what the hype was about. And I gotta say, it was a complete waste of time--poorly written, no character development (Bella is so boring!) and strangeness (breaking into your house and watching you sleep is creepy...not endearing!). Plus I try not to make a habit of reading books inspired by the sex dreams of middle-aged women.
But. BUT. The 13-year-old Annie in me LOVED it. I couldn't put it down, and HAD to see what happened next. All I'm saying is it has it's place. It's like the Hershey's chocolate of books...low quality and bad for you, but it reminds you of childhood and serves its purpose.
What kind of camera do you use?
It's a Nikon D90, and I'm positive it has much more potential than I've been able to unleash so far (I bought it used...for a good price...hence the more-camera-than-I-need-or-know-how-to-use issue). I'm pretty much self-taught as far as photography goes. I just know how I want my pictures to look, and I mess with the settings in manual mode until things turn out how I like. Then I crop out the stuff I don't want you to see (clutter).
How is it you are so cool?
I actually have lots of fans blowing around my house.
Anything else you want to know? Ask away!