1. What's currently on your To Do list?
This is my high-quality planner.
|Really, I just ended my career as a poor, newlywed college student. |
Now, I'm a poor, newlywed freelance writer. It works for me :)
2. Better type of superhero: magic/radioactive powers? Or trauma/gadgets/hard work?
In a case like this, I like to look to Batman.
Cool gadgets, hard work, ninja skills. You really can't go wrong with that combination! I am all for gadgets & hard work, though it doesn't automatically make a superhero awesome (cough cough Tony Stark the Jerk cough cough. Sorry, Iron Man is fun, but he definitely pales in comparison to, say, Batman, Captain America or Daredevil). I typically find the hard workers a bit more relatable, because I can't suddenly have the ability to shoot webs from my hands, but I do have the ability to work very hard in the fight for justice.
3. Finding out if baby is a boy or a girl before birth: Good idea? Bad idea?
I've never had a baby, but growing up as the second oldest of six kids, I always enjoyed the surprise of finding out at birth if we had a new brother or sister. Sometimes, while mom would be in labor, us kids would playfully be betting if the child was a boy or girl. I have heard some good insights on the benefit of finding out ahead of time (extra special bonding with the baby and calling him or her by name), but since I've never been pregnant, I haven't really thought about this too much.
4. Have you ever appeared on a stadium jumbotron?
Although I have not appeared on a jumbotron, I have experienced a little bit of "screen time." When I was 15 years old, I attended a Steubenville Youth Conference. On the first evening, there was a huge Eucharistic Procession with Praise and Worship music and stuff. After the trip, my family informed me that they had seen me on the live stream, arms outstretched and praising the Lord. So that's exciting!
5. Are you more book smart or more street smart?
While I can handle myself on the streets in a relatively calm and collected manner, and like to figure things out for myself, I am horrible with directions, and at times lack common sense. I would have to confess being more book smart. But actually, I'm probably more "kitchen smart." Because put me in a kitchen, and I can whip together some pretty exciting, (hopefully) edible awesomeness.
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