schnozberries14 tagged me.
Rule 1: Always post the rules
Rule 2: Answer the questions the person who tagged you asked, and write 11 new ones
Rule 3: Tag 11 people and link them to the post
Rule 4: Actually tell them you tagged them
What would you do if you won the lottery?
I would set aside enough to send my friend Kiki to college, far away from here. I would also donate a lot of it to a few of my favorite charities. I would probably spend a lot traveling somewhere in NorCal or Oregon to plant 1,000 redwoods. And I would probably buy an old abandoned building, tear it down and sell off the re-usable materials and build a park.
Do you play any instruments?
I used to play the flute and I dabbled a bit with a guitar.
Have you ever used a fire extinguisher, what is the story?
No, I haven’t.
If you could go back and change one day, what would it be?
October 18th, 1999. I would have told him I loved him and I missed him so much. I would have hugged him liked I’d never let go.
What is the coolest vacation spot you’ve been to?
The jungle in Belize.
Who would you cast for you in a movie about yourself?
I have NO idea. I don’t really look like anyone. And no one really looks like me.
Have you ever stolen anything?
No, I’ve never stolen anything.
What is the last movie you watched, was it any good?
The last movie I watched was the remake of “The Red Dawn”. I thought it was okay.
Can you type by touch, or do you hunt-and-peck?
I can type by touch. Numeric key boards as well.
What is on your keyring?
A Ghostbusters hologram keychain, a Doctor McGillicuddy Peppermint Schnapps keychain, my house key with a cupcake topper, and my car key.
Best Childhood memory?
Them. The group of kids who babysat me every week. Things they taught me, things they did, everything about them made me who I am today.
I probably won’t tag anyone, because my brain hurts and it would take too much concentration to do that.
Maybe some other day.
They said this would happen. That we would reach a part of ourselves that harbored repressed emotions and things. They said our practice would get so deep that we would have meltdowns.
I hate the truths that I’m beginning to see about myself.