Anonymous asked: glad you enjoyed the questions, I really liked reading your answers! here are a few more for when you're bored: 1) what is the first thing you notice when you meet someone new? 2) how would you survive in a zombie apocalypse? 3) when was the last time you felt proud of yourself? 4) what would your patronus be? 5) if your house was on fire and you could only save one item, what would it be? again, hope you're having a great day xxxx
Sat, 18th May — 0 notes
1.) I have NO idea how to answer this question whenever someone asks me it. Because there isn’t one answer to it. If the person has absolutely stunning eyes, I will notice them first. If a person has a hearty laugh, that makes their shoulders shake, I will notice that first. If a person has long, elegant fingers, I will notice that first. So I guess I notice that one distinct feature of the person, whether it’s their personality or appearance, that stands out the most and makes them beautiful.
2.) I would buy a huge, durable boat, and take all of my loved ones with me. I heard a rumor that zombie’s can’t swim.
3.) I felt proud of myself on Thursday, when I got back my Global test and saw the 96 in the top right corner. I studied really hard.
4.) I’d like to say a Stag =)
5.) I would save my favorite childhood bear. I know it sounds extremely childish, but everything else can be replaced.
Thank you so much for all of these questions! Hope YOU’RE having a good day. Sending love xxx
Anonymous asked: get ready for some random questions! 1) if you could meet any famous person (dead or alive) who would it be? 2) if you could travel anywhere right now, where would you go? 3) where is the furthest place you have travelled from home? 4) what was the last song you listened to? 5) has a book ever changed your life? sorry for all the questions! hope you're having a good day xxxx
Wed, 15th May — 0 notes
Do not apologize you silly person you! This is the perfect way to end my day and I really really appreciate you for taking the time out of your day to make me feel important and answer some questions about myself!
1.) I would love to meet Audrey Hepburn. My Fair Lady has always been my favorite movie, especially as a little girl. I couldn’t stop listening to all of the songs Audrey sang throughout the movie, and the kids used to make fun of me because I had a lot of songs like thst on my iPod (Sound of Music, Gigi, Meet Me in St. Louis, Sound of Music, etc etc). But Audrey was always so eloquent, and kind… I just love her with a passion.
2.) If I could travel anywhere right now I would go to Europe. But if that’s too vague, I think I’d go to London with my best friend. We’d get a posh flat and be total tourists but also make tons of friendships and get tattoos and tea on a rainy day. Plus we can anywhere else in Europe from there for really cheap, which is pretty flipping amazing. We’re actually planing on staying in London for the summer of 2015.
3.) I’m afraid the answer to this one is rather boring. I’ve been to Florida three times, and it has been the furthest I’ve ever been away from home. Which is about a 2 hour flight, so not really that far. Really wish my answer was more exotic, but we could never afford to go anywhere else.
4.) Bird Stealing Bread by Iron & Wine =)
5.) Actually, yes! I feel like I’m being really mainstream by saying The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, but it has been my favorite book since I picked it up at a Barnes & Noble on the way home from an Ihop in seventh grade. I was very oblivious then to the world and wasn’t really aware of the world we live in. I was still stuck reading The Clique books by Lisi Harrison, which I loved but it kind of kept me in a bubble, away from reality. But the Perks opened my eyes so much, and made me realize that not everything in this world is fantastic, but not everything is bad either. It taught me that it’s okay to be really sad, to be keeping a secret to yourself until you’re ready to break free from it’s chains. It taught me that good music isn’t necessarily what everyone else is listening to, and that everyone has their own shit going on. That family is important, even though they may not always show you they are worthy of your love. It taught me that being alone is okay too, but no one can really stay alone forever and there are always people that care. It taught me a lot. But I’m still a bit fuzzy on it all because I haven’t read the book since the beginning of this year and my mind has been clouded with a lot of other stuff.
Thank you so much darling. Sending my love xxxx