1. Growing up, what was one favourite item that you had to have with you at all times?
I really don’t think there was something that I had to have with me at all times. I know when I was little I had a Mickey Mouse doll that I always went to bed with, but as far as an item that I had to take everywhere, I don’t think there was one! I’ll have to ask my parents I guess.
2. Being an adult, what is one favourite item that you have to have with you at all times, and what happens if you do not have it with you? Do you lose your sanity or just go back home to get it?
I hate to say it, but I feel a little lost when I don’t have my cellphone with me. I usually don’t realize it’s missing until I go to use it, but it’s not something that I’ll drop everything for and rush home to find it. People don’t call or text me enough for me to care.
3. Where is your favourite place to be to just hide away from everything and breathe for a moment?
It used to be my bedroom. I’d hide in my room and watch TV when I needed my personal space, but now that there’s no TV in there, I don’t know! Maybe I’ll start reading in my room more often.
4. What is your favourite thing about your partner? (If you don’t have a partner, then someone who is very close and will always be in your life)
He always has my back, even if he doesn’t get me sometimes. It sounds cheesy, but I’m sure he’d give me the moon if he could.
5. What is your favourite thing about your job? (If you don’t have a job, then what is your favorite thing that you do during your day?)
That it has helped me land freelance work.
6. What is your favourite lesson that your parents taught you growing up? Looking back, is it something that you want to use to teach your children when they reach that age?
“Treat others the way you want to be treated,” and yes, I will tell my children that as well.
7. What is your favourite song, that will always bring a smile to your face and make you think of something happy?
“Why Do Birds” by Karen Carpenter. It sounds ridiculous, but it has amazing memories.
8. What is your favourite things about being an American? (If you not American, what are you proud of in regards to your country)
That in general, we’re friendly people. (I’m Canadian!) And we have some wicked-awesome hockey players.
9. What is your favourite meal that reminds you of being a child?
My grandma’s macaroni and cheese with a side of Shake n’ Bake chicken drumettes. (She still makes them for me too!)
10. Name 3 things that other people would say are their favourite thing about you.