Tuesday, May 14, 2013

The more you know!

So today I have something a little different!
I asked the lovely Rachel some deep and meaningful random and awesome questions. Can I just say she has great taste in movies?! And she lives in a really interesting city! Intriguing, yes? Here we go!

 1. If you could go back to any age you've been so far, what would it be and why?
Hm...21, I wasn't the smartest person out there and made some mistakes I wish I could undo. I'm a better person now, but I hurt others and I wish I could take that back.

2. Are you a morning person or a night owl?
Morning person. I would rather go to bed early and get up early than stay up late if work needs to be done. However, I'll party like a rockstar all night if I'm with fun people and the time is flying by.

3. Coffee, tea, or something else?
I used to drink coffee. But I don't like it black, and all the other crap (white chocolate caramel mocha anyone?) isn't very good for you. So i quite coffee. I'm acclimating myself to green tea with honey. My fave is the loose leaf packets by Tazo.

4. What's something you'd recommend a visitor to do for fun if they came to your city/town?
Geez. I'm in Las Vegas, the city of anything goes. Personally, I love the hiking out at Red Rock Canyon on the edge of the city. But if you're into the lights, glamour, and crazy people- the Beatles LOVE show by Cirque de Soleil is pretty good too.

5. What's your favorite song at the moment?
Pirate Flag by Kenny Chesney. Beat this Summer by Brad Paisley. Cruise by Florida Georgia Line. (Have you noticed the country trend-take from that what you will about me) I'm a HUGE music fan. I can never pick just one.

6. Would you consider yourself more imaginative or practical?
Um, I don't know. I suppose it depends on what its in reference to. My hubby would probably call me imaginative, because he tends to think I'm not very practical.

7. Favorite season? Why?
Oh how I miss the fall. The southwest desert has two seasons- hot and cold. It will literally change overnight without warning and no build up. Plus, we don't have many trees or plants here and I miss the changing of the leaves.
8. Last book you read? Did you like it?
I'm almost done with The Apothecary by Maile Meloy. It's a little younger than my usual preferences, but it's really well written. It's a great story of suspense, magic, and growing up, but not in a way that I've seen a ton of before.

9. What is your earliest memory?
I was 4 or 5 and somehow got up on my mom's sewing table. I managed to get a hold of her rotary cutter (cutter=sharp) and slice open my thumb. It hurt pretty bad and there was a lot of blood.

10. Five favorite movies of all time?
OOOH! I totally just had this conversation with a co-worker, so I'm ready for this question! (Sidenote-all time really means at the moment, because the next movie I see could, ya know, knock one off.)
    1. The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit (I've concluded that series movies count as 1-no it's not cheating)
    2. Harry Potter movies
    3. The Sherlock Holmes movies (the newest ones with Robert Downey Jr.)
    4. The Avengers (which includes all the individual super hero movies-my Hubby got me hooked)
    5. The Princess Bride
Did you like how I got out of naming just 5?

Super cool, right?! Except that cutter blade story, ouch! Thanks for taking the time to answer these, Rachel!


1 comment:

  1. hahaha...no seriously, favorite movies are deep and meaningful. Obviously!


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