— Jennifer Echols, Forget You
— Maurice Maeterlinck, The Treasure of the Humble
It’s Friday and the skies are overcast.
If you could do one thing every day that makes you happy, what would that be?
There’s a cafe downstairs where I live and I love sitting near the door drinking my latte and reading on my phone.
What is the one memory that stands out above all others?
I don’t think that has happened yet.
What is your favourite comfort food?
Pepperoni and mushroom pizza St. Louis style.
Do you still have a possession(s) from your childhood that you keep for comfort and/or sentimental reasons?
I only have my memories such as the story my Dad would always tell of me when I was a toddler, stumbling around in the middle of the night in my diaper trying to sneak into my parent’s bedroom with my bottle (and basket) of milk.
Do you or your family have heirlooms or special ‘hand-me-downs’?
My Mom lent me a pair of earrings that was my grandmother’s but I haven’t had the chance to wear them yet. So they’re sitting there in a whiskey glass next to my bed, looking pretty.