Happy Sunday! J
I thought I would lighten it up today and do a little self-interview with a few fun questions! Enjoy!
1. What makes you smile?
The people in my life. My family and friends mean the world to me and they know exactly what to do to lift me up. I also love watching miracles unfold in everyday life. Sometimes, I think love and life are miracles in themselves.
2. What is the most important thing you’ve done so far?
I would have to say making it to college and successfully living a year on my own. I am also proud of getting my writing published online and overcoming some pretty strong self-doubt.
3. What do you fear the most?
I fear not finding true love. I fear watching my dreams slowly fade. I fear not being enough.
4. When was the last time you cried?
I think it was probably reading a good romance novel or watching some dramatic One Tree Hill episode. I’m an emotional baby when it comes to watching/reading about love scenes.
5. What is the best thing that could happen to you right now?
I wish I could let go of all the insecurity that plagues me, my worries about the future, and all of the restrictions I put on myself. I wish I could just live freely.
6. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Five years… hopefully out of school and living in a big city. I would like to be working my way up the magazine ladder, potentially with a love interest by my side. (But it’s all up to God… wherever he takes me, I am up for).
7. What’s the first thing you do in the morning?
I make the coffee, take my puppy out, and lay with her while I watch the Today Show. I love my summer morning routine.
8. What’s the last thing you do before going to bed?
I LOVE writing before bed. I think I write best at night, when I have had time to process the day and all my thoughts.
9. What annoys you most?
I can’t stand loud noise, people drinking directly out of the milk/juice carton, and cracking your knuckles/backs/necks.
10. What are you proud of?
I am proud of the person I am. I would like to think that I am a loving, caring, passionate individual (most of the time of course). I am proud that my siblings can look up to me. I am proud that I live with (almost) no regrets. I am proud to have accepted the Lord and Savior into my heart.
Have any questions you would love for me to answer? Or… would you like to answer any of the above in my comments section? Go for it! J
“A merry heart does good like a medicine; but a broken spirit dries the bones.”