Classical Divinity Asks

(via question-meme. Some of these seem a bit ... tenuous in their connection between god and question, but eh; it's a nice batch of questions.)

Zeus: What is your favourite kind of weather?
Hera: What is the last book you read?
Poseidon: Where is your favorite place to go on a weekday afternoon when you have no plans or obligations?
Demeter: Are you spiritual or religious in any way? If so, how?
Athena: Would you rather be anxious and intelligent or carefree and simple?
Apollo: Name the last song you listened to?
Artemis: Do you believe it is vital to everyday life to know what is happening in the world around you?
Ares: Do you still remember arguments or upsets from over 5 years ago? Do they still bother you today?
Aphrodite: What did you love most about the place you grew up? What about it did you love the least?
Hephaestus: Do you have a favorite/most interesting Wikipedia page?
Hermes: What's the best nickname you've ever been called? & what's the worst?
Hestia: What is the weirdest scar you have and how did you get it?
Dionysus: If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?
Hades: If you could find out the date of your death, would you want to know?
Heracles: What has been your biggest challenge in life so far?
Persephone: What one thing have you not done that you really want to do? What’s holding you back?
Asclepius: What you ever lied about being ill to avoid school or work? If so, how elaborate have your stories been?
Eros: How did you meet your best friend?

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Where you live sounds so peaceful and beautiful, I'm not surprised you still live there! Have you ever lived anywhere else? It's a shame about the mosquitoes and the flooding, that's always a drawback to living near water isn't it.
Well, it's actually a hazard of living on clay and having a yard that's partway down a long hill and shaped like a very shallow bowl. The stream I mentioned is too far away to affect our water levels at all--it's just that when it rains, we wind up playing drainage basin for all the yards uphill from ours.

I lived one town over until I was not quite seven--which is where my sister lives now, about 5 blocks down from our old house. It's all a bit more suburban than I'd probably pick now, but there's still enough trees and random fields for me to be happy here.