1. Describe your perfect day.
Ah, a perfect day for me certainly begins with sleeping in until about 11 am. I would wake up and eat either a) a butter brezel or b) flourless pancakes. It would be a glorious Saturday morning, I would not be hungover, and the sun would be shining with the temperature at a warm 80 F (26.6 C). I would put on my dirndl, hop on a train, and head to an epic beer festival (exhibit a, b, c,). Exhibit D coming soon (hint hint OKTOBERFEST TIME!)
Ok so maybe there’s no beer festival that day, I’d grab my friends, we’d sit outside, drink large quanities of wine and enjoy the company and conversation.
2. What is something that you were afraid of as a child?
Waking up and having someone staring in my window. This is normal to worry about when you have a first story bedroom, right?
3. What’s something you are afraid of today?
Heights. Drowning. Scary men in my window (^ some things never change ^). Being alone. Something happening to someone in the US while I am here. Cancer. The list goes on…
Why does growing up have to be so scary?
4. Would you rather be obsessed with yourself or someone else?
I’m already obsessed with the Mannings and I’m cool with it, so I’ll stick with that. Because it’s totally normal to wear a Peyton Manning signed helmet around at a house party.
5. What is your favorite restaurant that you could visit over and over and never get sick of?
I’ve talked about it before, but gosh dang it’s good: Torchy’s Tacos.
Their queso, their crazy awesome assortment of tacos, their green chile obsession, their breakfast tacos…. can’t get enough! I mean really, can’t get enough because it is not really available in Europe. Or outside of Texas for that matter.
6. What is one food you used to hate but now enjoy?
Brussel sprouts and cauliflower! I have a slight obsession with both and keep bags of frozen ones in my tiny freezer (yes, I usually prefer fresh but othertimes I prefer convenience). They are awesome plain, but also so versatile.
7. Fill in the blank: Star _____.
I have no originality here, but then again I haven’t heard this little nursery rhyme in years. I always used to try and think of things from my childhood for little Liam, but alas I’m too late. I did, however, teach him “Twinkle Twinlke Little Star” and it was his ultimate fave.
Star light, start bright.
The first start I see tonight.
I wish I may, I wish I might.
Have the wish I wish tonight.