Happy Friday! I hope that your week is wrapping up nicely and that you are gearing up for a great weekend! We don’t have any big plans on our agenda, but I’m sure we will find some way to make the most of this beautiful weather we’ve been having.
It’s been a while since my last questions post, and since we have quite a few new readers here, I thought it would be fun to have another one—a sort of virtual happy hour, designed to help us get to know each other just a bit better.
Here’s how this will work: I have a few fun questions for you, and I’d love to hear your answers. You can leave me a Comment here or on Facebook or Instagram, and if you’re reading this via email you can simply respond to the email.
Okay, time for our questions. This is what I’d love to know about you (along with my own answers, since I just couldn’t help myself):
1. Other than your current job, what is something you would love to do professionally?
2. If you could only eat three foods for the rest of your life, what would they be?
Smoked salmon, oatmeal, and yogurt. (I really hope that includes frozen yogurt, too!)
3. What is your favorite season?
Fall, although I do love Christmas time—just not the rest of winter. Spring in Texas was pretty amazing, so it just might push fall into second place.
4. What is your Myers-Briggs type and/or your Enneagram number? (You knew this question was coming didn’t you?) If you don’t know your type you can take this test to find out your Myers-Briggs type, and this one to learn your Enneagram number.
If you’ve read here for very long, your probably already know that I’m a proud INFJ and an Enneagram 1. I frequently test as a 3 or a 4 on the Enneagram, and while I exhibit components of both those types, I’ve studied the nine types enough to know that 1 is the most accurate fit for me.
5. What is something you wish you had the courage to do?
Live a nomad life, traveling the world and living out of a suitcase. Also, be an intuitive (normal/healthy) eater.
6. How/where did you meet your spouse?
Luke and I met on eHarmony back before meeting people online was mainstream. We later discovered we had a close mutual friend, so it’s surprising that our paths hadn’t crossed sooner.
7. What movie from your childhood left the biggest impression on you and why?
Mary Poppins. It was probably my most-watched movie as a kid, and I have Mary and her pals to thank for my lifelong love of musicals. Mary Poppins also taught me a lot about deeper issues like women’s activism and economic crises, not to mention the fine art of dancing like a penguin.
Thanks for joining me for our Friday happy hour. I can’t wait to hear your answers to my questions! If you’d rather tell me something else about you, or ask me a question of your own, I’d love that too!