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2. What is your favorite pizza?
3. There are plans in the works to sell roughly 1,000 items from Star Trek: The Experience in Las Vegas. This means you could buy Picard’s chair for your family room. If not a Star Trek item, what prop, background, set, etc. from what TV or movie would you buy if you could? [Ex: Hurley’s “I Love my Shih tzu” shirt from LOST, the plantation home “Tara” from Gone With the Wind, or Tracy’s tambourine from the Partridge Family.]
Nothing comes to mind. I am just not very materialistic. If I can’t use it, I don’t want it.
4. Name a local food or restaurant that your area is famous for.
Pacific Northwest Salmon
5. What is your current favorite snack?
Chocolate — same as always
6. Hypothetical: You are required to be a reality show contestant. Which show would you choose based on your probability of success? (You cannot choose “none.”)
A. Dancing with the Stars
B. Biggest Loser
7. On a scale of 1-10, with 1 being uninhabitable and 10 being cleanliness that meets the standards of OCD, how clean is your vehicle’s interior?
Oh. Uhm, well, uh ….
There’s no debris, but I suspect a thorough steam cleaning would dissolve the upholstery.
8. It doesn’t feel like Spring until _________.
I can feel the warmth of the sun through my clothes.
9. Something that made you laugh really hard recently is ____.
Amoeba — of course.
10. Tell me about a goal you’re working toward.
11. Share a thought-provoking or inspiring quote this week.
If you obey all the rules you miss all the fun.Â Katherine Hepburn
12. Name one thing that you do as a parent that you absolutely know will make your kids happy. If you’re not a parent, feel free to substitute “friend” or nomenclature that works for you.
I am not a parent but I am a teacher. Happy kids are kids who know they are respected and valued by the adults around them. Don’t talk down to kids. Treat them the way you would want to be treated. Kids are people, too.