|Tag! I'm it!
||[Feb. 7th, 2007|10:47 pm]
1. Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me."|
2. I respond by asking you five personal questions so I can get to know you better ! If I already know you well, expect the questions may be a little more intimate! *
3. You WILL update your LJ with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.
My questions from flowerparticle
1)why do you live in houston?
Mostly, because my family is here. I live about two blocks away from my parents. My sister lives across the street from them. My sister's SIL lives four doors down from me. When they were alive, my maternal grandmother and my mother's sister lived here. My cousins, on both sides of the family, live here. I love that my dd went to kindergarten in the same room I did.
2)what is your favorite thing about the boy?
He makes me laugh, every day.
3)is your hair naturally curly?
Yes, but not all over. It's curlier on one side than the other. I used to have chunks of stick-straight hair here and there, but after it all fell out and grew back in when I got divorced, those pieces came back in extra curly.
4)if you could have your dream job, what would it be?
When I was younger, I wanted to be a marine biologist and work with dolphins. But I didn't want to have to scuba dive. I just can't get excited about going anywhere I have to take my air with me. I would love to have a radio call-in advice show. I'd tell everyone "Get over it". And famous rich writer would be cool, but then I'd have to actually write something.
5)what's your favorite thing to do in houston?
We like the museum and the zoo. I used to love the Westheimer art festival, before it got all organized and moved downtown. And I must confess, I love the rodeo. But if I had to say ONE thing, it would be eat. I am so so spoiled living here, because there are so many good local restaurants. The last two times we went on vacation, we mourned the lack of good restaurant food the whole time, and had to get an Auntie Pasto's fix when we got home.