No, that's not a typo.

IAQ stands for "Infrequently Asked Questions". These are questions people basically never ask me, but I thought should be addressed here.

What kind of camera do you use?

I use a Canon 3D Footloose Rebel 2000 464 with an infrared mega lens and a Baby Jaguar Spotting Scope. It is very expensive and valuable. I'm sure you already knew that, due to the impressive quality of the photographs on this blog. If by chance you thought the photographs here were taken with an iPhone or a camera small enough to fit in my back pocket, then you would be wrong.

Is it true that you're writing a book?


Do you review products?

Yes, I most definitely review products. Just yesterday, I put an off-brand diaper on Henry and I thought to myself, "Wow, this is a nice diaper. It's so white and absorbent and it just makes me happy to be a housewife." Bam. Reviewed.

What's a typical day like for you?

I'm very scheduled and task-oriented. I rouse the children from their beds promptly at 6 am (They would prefer to sleep until about 9, but that's life!). Then the whole family participates in hot yoga until 7. For breakfast it's organic, free-range egg white omelets and berries. After that, dear daddy heads to the office, and the offspring and I attend art class, violin lessons, and lunch at the club. Naps are strictly enforced from 1 pm to 5 pm. During this time I clean house, do laundry, attend to correspondence, and have a mug of warm water with lemon. Dinner is at 6, then a warm bubble bath for the kids, and off to bed with no complaints at 7. To end another day, the hubby and I share some wine and cheese and play a round of Scrabble. I polish the silver and starch a few dress shirts and then retire to bed.

Is it true that you were an amateur square dancer in the mid-1990s?


Do you have a question that you think I'm infrequently asked? Feel free to ask below.


Sarah said...

What are your feelings toward asparagus?

Erin said...

I'd call myself a fan. I even planted two rows of asparagus crowns in my garden 3 years ago. This May was our first harvest and I was proud. I like them roasted, blanched, or wrapped in bacon and baked with brown sugar and butter. Obviously.