1 - What kinds of thing really make you laugh?
I can laugh at just about anything. Recently, I've gotten on the LivePD bandwagon and I've laughed at some of those people. I'm known to break out in a laugh during a funeral and basically any other time I'm supposed to be quiet. It's such a broad question and I really don't have a good answer.
2 - What's your favorite place in the entire world?
This is going to sound strange, but basically any space where I can get some alone time. I love my cube at work because it's cute and it has just enough space. I love my place because it's all mine and I can be as quiet as I need to be. I love my car because I can give an awesome concert or I can just take a moment to myself to drive and enjoy the beauty that surrounds me.
3 - What is your favorite movie and why?
My favorite movie is Armageddon. The reason why is simple - the speech given by the president as they are introducing the space shuttle crew to the entire world. Hey, it must be my inner writer.
4 - What's your biggest goal in life right now?
Right now, at this very moment, is to learn to truly embrace myself and my anxiety. That's a whole different blog post in itself, but we'll come back to it.
5 - What was your family like growing up?
I am an only child. My parents were hard workers and made sure I had everything I needed and most of what I wanted. I am proud to call them my parents and I hope I have made them proud to call me their daughter. I have always been a bit weird and a bit adventurous. My mom had my dad cut down a tree because I wouldn't stay out of it. Seriously, I fell out of it and a few minutes later, I was right back in it. It's just my nature.
6 - Who was your favorite school teacher or college professor and why?
I have one of each. My favorite teacher was my first grade teacher - Mrs. Caviness. She saw I had a passion for math and really helped me focus on that subject. Guess I have her to thank for having my math minor along with my degree. In college, my favorite professor is a tie between Dr. Warren and Dr. Kane. Both understood my anxiety, but neither of them let me give up on graduating.
7 - Have you figured out your calling in life?
I don't think I'm anywhere close to figuring that out. But I know one thing, I'm enjoying the ride of figuring it out!!!