A survey: in which it’s your turn to talk


People / Sunday, July 14th, 2019

Hello dearest of dear readers (yes, I am patronizing you) (and yes, I am talking to you),

I’ve been wanting to hear from you on a couple of items for some time. Because I can’t exactly see you, and because the talking in this space is distinctly skewed toward my own air time, it’s hard for me to get a sense of who you are, what you care about, and what is meaningful to you.

Would you be willing to answer ten questions for me?

Here’s how it works.

First, no personal information is required. The survey below was written by me, for Confessions, and the answers you give will be anonymous. I will see your responses, but neither SurveyMonkey nor I nor anyone else will know who gave what answers, unless you choose to identify yourself to me in a comment box.

Second, you may be as elusive as you please (that is, no question requires an answer, and you may skip one if you want), but please do not be incomplete or dishonest. That is, whatever you answer, answer me true.

Third, please don’t leave this conversation up to everyone else. I am asking to hear from you.

Fourth – except this is not a rule – thank you. I really like hearing from you, and look forward to your answers.

Have fun!
Shari

This survey is closed. Thank you for your responses!

13 Replies to “A survey: in which it’s your turn to talk”

      1. I accidentally inserted my comment in the middle… It’s supposed to be number 6. I don’t know if that affects your ability to identify us or not.

  1. Yes, a great survey. And I was surprised I could check every box in Female, Caucasian, Christian, employed, parental, etc. Maybe you should have added crazy in that list. πŸ™‚

  2. I had fun doing this survey. Thank you Shari for setting this up. You will know by some of the responses I gave that is me but that’s okay.

  3. Is there a way that readers who didn’t see this post until after the survey closed can see what the questions were? Some of the comments make it sound interesting to read (even though I don’t usually like surveys).

    1. Yes, most of them are in the link on the next post, where I share the results of the survey. There were also a few questions with comment boxes: What would you like to hear more of? Do you have suggestions for future posts? What would you like me to hear from you?

  4. I’m way behind on your blog….sure wish I could’ve done this survey. I do enjoy them. πŸ™‚ Keep up your good writing.

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