So, a few days ago I posted on my blog for you all to ask me anything you wanted to know about me for my 200th post celebration. Well, I got way more questions than I thought I would . . . so I've divided them into two parts so you don't get friggin' bored reading all about me.
Thanks to everyone who asked me questions! It wasn't even awkward.
Here is part one:
Carlie asked: What are you studying and what do you want to do with your degree?
I am Studying Sociology at Southern Utah University, and I always tell people I want to work with the elderly as a Social Worker. However, I've taken some communication and marketing classes and in a dream world I would work as a writer for local blogs and magazines.
Elizabeth asked: What advice would you give to a college newbie like myself?
I would tell you to be sure and take at least one "fun" class each semester. I think it helps make the experience more memorable, and you'll end up meeting people who share your same interests. Also. Don't be afraid of not dating and not getting married. Things will fall into place.
Kylie asked: What color is your toothbrush?
I have a Hello Kitty toothbrush.
Courtney asked: Who is your favorite NEW friend in Cedar?
Courtney Brinkerhoff! Duh! I can't wait to hang out with you tomorrow, girlfriend. Donuts+Photo shoot/friendship= amazing.
Wave Rider asked: What is your favorite sport?
I'ma be real wit chu, Wave Rider . . . I don't really like sports. I have been traumatized by middle school PE experiences, attempting to join the tennis team in high school, and Junior Jazz. But, the sport I hate the least is probably basketball.
Ashely asked: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Hopefully in Disneyland. Living in Sleeping Beauty's castle, and eating churros for every meal.
Alexis asked: When do you think you'll have babies?
I really don't know. That's probably a terrible thing to admit, but it's true. Hopefully within the next couple of years!
Mr. Liebhardt asked: How much stuff can an elephant crush?
Probably like, infinity boxes of Life cereal.
Jess asked: If you could, where would you want to move to and why?
Disneyland. Because it is amazing.
Cami asked: What was your favorite thing about college?
Learning. I seriously feel like I have learned so much through my education, and it means a lot to me.