1. Have you ever left a relationship but knew that eventually you'd get back together?
Yes, but it will be in another life, because he's happily married and has children.
2. Are there things that you hate to buy? Items that you either hate to spend perfectly good money on or hate to spend the time it takes to buy them?
Well, as many items are not supposed to be part of my life, looking in my wallet, I don't want to spend any feelings on them. No jealousy and certainly no hate.
3. What is your favorite cartoon show and why?
I don't have any. I don't like cartoons. They're too noisy. I once saw an african cartoon, not a show, but a movie. I liked it a lot. But the name? Forgotten.
4. Are you anywhere close to doing what you wanted to do as a kid?
I wanted to be a mom of a large family, I am a mom of a large family. But I never got the house I expected to go with a large family. LOL!
5. Now that you're in the "real world," is your current job now really what you want to do for a living? If not, what would you ultimately like to do?
No time for a job. But I want to be a travel journalist. So come on, give me a chance to be the female Michael Palin.
6. A local university has asked you to teach a class about the one thing you know the most about. What would you be teaching and what would the name of the course be?
I have been teaching and I would take my former job back. Now I would rather teach... eh... on the subject of autism, for instance.
7. Commercials ... they can make us laugh or can annoy the heck out of us. Tell us about your favorite commercial and/or a commercial you simply loathe.
The one I loathe is a yelling one about shoes. I hate it. And a favorite one? Dunno. I hardly watch. I thought the commercial break was to put on the laundry, go to the toilet, make a cup of coffee, help a kid with homework, cook and do other nice things.
8. Tell us about your favorite comedy movie of all time.
No Idea. I watch movies and I forget them. They're like jokes.
9. Tell us about your favorite black and white movie of all time.
I guess that's the old Heidie one.
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