1.) If you could give the world one piece of advice, what would it be?
~ To always wonder, to always keep hope and to believe the only limit is your imagination.
2.) If you could have a room full of any one thing, what would it be?
~ Books! I can easily be called a book worm.
3.) What do you value most in other people?
~ Honesty. With that comes trust, and with trust comes wonderful things.
4.) If you could only see black and white except for one color, what color would you choose to see?
~ Light blue. Sky color, its simply lovely. I would want that to be the only other color my eyes are allowed to see.
5.) If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
~ I tend to be a little too impatient. Which is sometimes not beneficial, an example would be: being at the dr's waiting room, waiting to be called by one of the not so nice nurses, getting too impatient due to not hearing your name and start pacing, walking, jogging, and even jumping around the waiting room. The nurses were not happy, neither was I. I also tend to procrastinate a bit. But who hasn't been in that phase? Its just that some (like me) don't grow out of it easily.
6.) If you could choose one of your personality traits to pass on to your children, what would it be?
~ My creativity and interest in everything beyond anything. I'm always trying to find out more about something, trying to expand my knowledge.
7.) What would you attempt if you knew you could not fail?
~ Cure diseases, life threatening diseases.
8.) Would you rather teach a young child to read or have to learn again for yourself?
~ I would rather teach a young child to read. I like teaching and sharing knowledge.
9.) What is the best advice you've ever given and received?
~ Best I've received: to think and choose wisely and to never hide in the shadow of the past. Given: I'm not sure, I'm not even sure I'm good at giving advice to be honest.
10.) How would you like to die?
~ In my sleep, calmly and peacefully, without any pain, in my house. I've had a lot of health issues, I still do, which sometimes made me dread even saying the word "hospital" or "clinic", so I'd rather die in my home, calm and quietly.