1. What was your favorite childhood book? Go dog. Go!
2. What was your favorite TV show as a child? Rocket Power
3. What book did you read in secret as a kid? Next question…
4. What album and CD do you love and know by heart? So many, but I’m going to say Avril Lavigne’s Complicated.
5. What book did you hate as a student? George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four-Bleh!
6. What is your all-time favorite movie? Shall We Dance?
7. What song always lifts your mood? Movin’ On by Good Charlotte
8. What is the last book you read? Tina Fey’s Bossypants
9. Which TV shows have you binge-watched? Why? Too many to name, but some of the most recent ones have been The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Outlanders, The Circle, and Don’t F*** With Cats.
10. If you were an animal, which animal would you be? Probably a marsupial of some kind like a Bush Baby or a Sugar Glider; they’re all so dang cute!
11. What was your most embarrassing moment? Take your pick:
12. What famous author would you most like to meet? Anna Kendrick is famous and wrote a book, so I chose her.
13. What in your past would you most like to change? Nothing–I am who I am today because of my past, but I’d never chose to relive it.
14. Describe your most profound musical experience. I played flute for 11 years when I was in school. I was a passionate wind ensemble (elite band) member in high school. The final year before our high school was separated into 2 schools (my sophomore year), we had the largest ensemble in the school’s history (160+) and we had just returned back from preforming at Disney World (a profound musical experience all on it’s own). Our final concert was our spring show and we played an encore of a piece called Abram’s Pursuit- the most challenging piece of music I’ve ever read through. Take a listen; it’s seriously one of my most favorite pieces of music ever written. The euphoria of completing the score with such a massive sound mixed with the emotional send off of our seniors and the splitting of the school was nothing short of profound.
15. What important classic book have you never read? All of them.
16. What is your least favorite food? Haggis
17. What movie, book, or music always makes you cry? Disney/Pixar’s Up
18. What actor or actress do you have a crush on? Tom Ellis
19. Would you rather be a vampire or a zombie? Why? I’m scared of zombies, so vampire please.
20. What book at home would you use to squash a bug? I don’t believe in squashing bugs; I’m a catch and release type person. I gotta fight through the hebejebes, but I will free any creepy crawly I find.
21. Which character would you like to be in Harry Potter? Whoever wins.
22. What song would you most like to sing on stage? Glitter In the Air by Pink
23. Do you like your name? What name would you prefer? I don’t dislike my name… if I was a boy, my parents said they would have named me Sean. I could rock that name even as a female I’d say. 🙂
24. What do most people not know about you? That I have a blog. And also, that I have a half sister I’ve never met.
25. If you could live anywhere, where would you live? I’ve been dreaming about Switzerland recently. Somewhere at the base of the Swiss Alps by a lake and somewhat close to a village for all my necessities. That would be just fine.
26. If you could go back in time, where would you go? Confusing question, is it not? Maybe Machu Picchu when it was wholly inhabited.
27. What poems have you memorized? Recite one of them?
There’s too many kids in this tub. There’s too many elbows to scrub. I just washed a behind that I’m sure wasn’t mine. There’s too many kids in this tub. –Shel Silverstein
28. Who in your life has made a strong impression on you? My momma
29. Do you have a recurring dream? Describe it. Typically when I’m running a fever, I dream I’m on a dirt bike being chased Indiana Jones-style by a boulder, but everything is moving very slowly and the background music has a quick tempo.
30. What epitaph would you like on your tombstone? Turns out you CAN live without a soul. –A redhead who did her research