I’m on the right day again! Woo-hoo!
- What is the one place you never want to live? China. It’s very difficult to be Catholic there, and being able to practice my religion is very important to me.
- Do you consider yourself to be a “picky eater”? I’m not anymore, but I used to be. Until about four years ago, I refused to eat most vegetables (I’m told corn and potatoes didn’t even count) and all fruits. I loved orange and apple juices, though. Then, for Lent, I sacrificed the choice to pass on veggies. It worked like a charm. Now I have a deep love for fresh spinach salads and cooked-but-crunchy broccoli and sweet-but-not-too-sweet apples.
- What do you think people say about you behind your back? I know I come on strong. Most people probably think I’m too obsessed with details, religion, and perfectionism. I think have standards and stick with my choices (once I get around to making them). I’ve tried to work on being less passive-aggressive.
- If you could own and operate any major business what would be? I love books, but I don’t know know that I’d do well if I tried to run one. Besides, Amazon, Borders, Barnes & Noble, and Books-a-Million seem to have cornered that market.
- Do you feel as if you are a black-and-white only person, or a person who sees many gray areas? That is to say, do you have strong opinions on everything, or do you recognize the need to compromise? On some things, I don’t compromise. I’m not mean about it, but there are some things I’ve simply picked my position on. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.