1. When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I always wanted to be a veterinarian. I loved animals more than people (still do) and thought it would be a perfect career for me. People always asked if I would be sad to put animals to sleep to which I always shrugged at and said, “No.” I even promised my dad that I would become a vet. But then I took Anatomy & Physiology in 11th grade. College level A&P. I failed it my first go-around and it was just plain awful. I hated everything about science and knew I could never do anything in the medical field. So there went that dream!
I’m afraid of calling people on the phone. (I much prefer text or e-mail…but don’t we all?)
I’m afraid of making small talk, because I am awful at it. Just awful.
I’m afraid of car trouble. It all stems back to my childhood, where we had so many cars break down on us. It’s such a scary feeling for a kid, especially back then when we didn’t have cell phones or On Star.
I would definitely use it at Kohls. Every time I go there, I never have any money to spend. So I would love to go and just shop to my little heart’s content.
No doubt about it, eighth grade dance. When our principal announced who was “Mr. PPMS” I whispered loudly to my friend, “He probably cheated on that, too,” right as he was walking by. He turned, flashed a dazzling grin at me, and I was so embarrassed. Luckily, I never saw him after that. (Although, in my defense, there was a rumor going around that he cheated on this.)
Publix subs. I feel bad for anyone who doesn’t live near a Publix because they make the best subs on the face of this planet. Subway is such a pitiful comparison to the care and love Publix sub makers put into their subs. I swear a sub from Publix is twice the size of one from Subway. But you go ahead and get your $5 footlong…although it’s really only worth $2.
For Christmas 1995, my mom and dad bought me a “La Baby.” I remember the year because she became my child that I named Jessica Katelyn. I still have her and she will be 14 this year! Craziness. I even bought her a USF cheerleading outfit to wear. (This is a little embarrassing to admit but I will not admit the age I was when I bought it.) Unfortunately, when my dog, Minnie, was a puppy she spent a morning while I was sleeping chewing off her toes. So she’s a little deformed. And I have a picture!
Do sweatpants and an oversized shirt count?
My fifth-grade teacher, hands down. She was the most cheerful and exciting teacher I have ever had. I was new to the school that year and she made the transition so fun and easy. I like to think I was one of her favorites, as well. She also had one of those chalk holders and the coolest mechanical pencil I had ever seen.
I would probably go for a Mazda6. I’m not big into Mercedes and BMW’s. They just scream status but I don’t like the look of many of them. I really love Mazda6’s and think they look so sporty yet sleek. My birthday is on Saturday, in case you needed gift ideas…
Haha, reckon. That’s such a Southern word. And yes, I did help Chelsea out by sending her some questions! You should, too!