Q: How would you describe your life in 8 words? A: Full of friends, dogs, books, blogs and love.
Q: What is your motto or maxim? A: Be kind.
Q: How would you describe perfect happiness? A: I find a lot of happiness in the imperfect.
Q: What’s your greatest fear? A: Jello. No, not really, but the way it moves weirds me out.
Q: If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you choose to be? A: I would love to get to hang out with all my far away friends, but the where doesn’t matter all that much.
Q: With whom in history do you most identify? A: I think any writer feels some connection to the writers who came before them.
Q: Which living person do you most admire? A: My husband.
Q: What are your most overused words or phrases A: Oh! I have the “like” and “um” disease. Trying so hard to break it.
Q: If you could acquire any talent, what would it be? A: I am quite possibly the world’s worst dancer. It might be nice to be less embarrassing in that capacity.
Q: What is your greatest achievement? A: Having a marriage that nurtures personal growth and creativity. STAY is very much a product of my husband’s belief in me and his endless support.
Q: What’s your greatest flaw? A: I wear my heart on my sleeve.
Q: What’s your best quality? A: I care.
Q: What do you regret most? A: I regret little things – drinking one too many cups of coffee, not going for a run last night – the big stuff is just a chance to learn and do better next time. I’ve learned too much from my mistakes to regret them.
Q: If you could be any person or thing, who or what would it be? A: I’ve always wanted to be a mermaid.
Q: What trait is most noticeable about you? A: My hair has a life of it’s own.