I love westerns and the old west. Meeting Doc Holliday would be cool. Tombstone is one of my favorite movies.
2) What did you want to be when you were 10 years old?
I went through phases actually. I wanted to be a fashion designer, reporter, and teacher. The last one became a reality.
3) List 3 words that describe your character.
Honest, skeptic, and outspoken.
- List 3 positive character traits you DON'T have.
5) If you had the opportunity to switch to the opposite gender for just a week, would you do it? Why or why not?
Hmm…I really dig this question. I think I might, but I wouldn’t want to be just anyone. I’d have to be someone HOT! A single Chris Hemsworth, maybe?
6) If you had six months with no obligations or financial constraints, what would you do with the time?
Wouldn’t that be great if we could have the privilege? I’d definitely travel the world. I grew up in a bilingual home with a lot of traditions. Culture was an important part of my childhood. The people, customs, and variety of food would make the trip one I’d never forget. I’d imagine there’d be fascinating stories to tell afterwards.
7) Who do you admire the most and why?
This is difficult for me to answer, because I’m not one for idolizing people. I truly believe individuals should look inward and admire themselves, not sports or movie stars or anyone else. But, if I had to choose someone, I’d probably say Mother Theresa. Can’t go wrong there.
8) If you were a Star Wars character, which one would it be?
Han Solo, he’s snarky and I’m sassy. Perfect! Plus, I’d get to hang out with Chewbacca all day.
9) How many close friends do you have?
I’m very independent and a loner. I have a small handful of girlfriends that I trust and spend time with on occasion.
10) If London Bridge is standing why is there a song about it falling down?
Nursery rhymes are TWISTED! They could be our first introduction to horror stories.
11) What does PU stand for (as in "PU, that stinks!")?
Puke up? Because that’s what you want to do when you smell foul stuff