2022 birthday Q&A

As tradition dictates, just for fun, here is my annual birthday Q&A. To make things a bit more interesting, I changed the way I answer questions this year; instead of giving traditional, time-tested responses, I answered according to my current—albeit short-lasting—obsessions. 🙂

What is/are your…

Favorite animal: Lion

Favorite color: Lavender

Favorite food: Chipotle burrito bowls

Favorite drink: Gotcha Matcha drink from Jamba Juice

Favorite dessert: Crumbl cookies

Favorite thing to cook/bake: Pies

Favorite pastimes: Writing, drawing, organizing, swimming, running errands with family

Favorite author: Jane Austen

Favorite book: Pride and Prejudice

Favorite movie: Emma. (2020)

Favorite TV series: Bluey

Favorite male fictional character: Oliver McLaughlin from Dearest Josephine

Favorite female fictional character: Jo March from Little Women

Favorite OC (original character): Lysander Dowding-Ellis from Foxhunt

Favorite music artist: Taylor Swift

Favorite song: “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” by Taylor Swift

Favorite artist/illustrator: Joe Sutphin

Favorite artwork: The Oxbow by Thomas Cole

Favorite sport: American football

Favorite season: Autumn

Favorite holiday: Christmas

Favorite vacation destination: Walt Disney World

Favorite things to wear: Sweaters, jeans, and hats (see why autumn is my favorite season? XD)

Favorite memories from the past year: Adopting Margot, making friends at college, going to Disneyland for Thanksgiving, Christmas break, getting my driver’s license, going to Disney World with friends

2 thoughts on “2022 birthday Q&A

  1. Lysander and Joe Sutphin are phenomenal, although I don’t understand the obsession with period dramas. I haven’t given Austen much of a chance, though, so maybe I need to fix that. How’s college been going for you?

    Also, I can’t believe you’re reading The Twilight Saga. XD

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    • Haha, thank you. Lysander would agree. ^_^ My first year of college went okay! It was definitely hard—often in ways I wasn’t anticipating. There was a lot of just…learning how to be an adult involved, I guess? XD The work itself was difficult but immensely rewarding, and I did my best at it, so I feel pretty good about it. How are you doing? It was nice to “meet” you, by the way, during the S. D. Smith Q&A, even though we didn’t do any actual interacting (a shame!). =)

      Oh, don’t start. XD I know, I know. I started them for two reasons: A) I feel like as a 2000’s kid I owe it to myself, and B) My brain seriously needed some mush reading after college. XD Honestly, I can’t wait to be done with these books. They really are terrible in pretty much every way you can think of. I’m not even sure the author knows what a plot is. So yeah, can’t say I recommend them! I take it you’ve never read them? XD

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