1. What was the last book you read?
Heh, well I just read two Calvin and Hobbes comic books...and two children's books before that! The last actual book I read was I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend, a reread for sure, but a delightful one!
|The cover's a bit meh on accuracy, but what's inside is wonderful!|
Mmmm let's see, I often read and go on Pinterest and watch Youtube, listen to music, and have an awful lot of fun frittering away time until it's almost bedtime and all of the sudden I have all these wonderful, purposeful ideas, not to mention any homework that I postpone until then.
|But you see, this is what I fritter my time away with: learning from beautiful images like this!|
3. You have the choice of being an only child or having 20 siblings. Which do you choose?
Man, 20?? I would definitely say yes to 10, but 20 is really really high! I would really miss the companionship and fun of siblings if I were an only child (just think of what you could do with that many people!) but I do like my fair share of attention and privacy. I'm going to have to go with only-child...with a lot of cousins! :)
4. Do you prefer bike riding or walking?
Walking, in general. Hills are not my friend when biking. :P Plus you don't typically fall and sprain anything when walking. Typically.
I would like Pa Ingalls to be my pa, or maybe the reformed Captain von Trapp. And Mrs. Bennet to be my mother. ;P Umm or maybe Ma Ingalls or Maria. After you choose a father, it's hard to imagine them without their wife. I would like Jane or Elizabeth Bennet or Jo March as a sister. As for a brother, I would like Peter Pevensie from Narnia, or Mr. Darcy in a purely fraternal way. Like if I were Georgianna, I think Mr. Darcy (or Mr. Tilney for that matter) would be excellent brothers. As you can see, I have not stuck to a single person for anyone in this crazy literary family. Maybe 20 siblings wasn't such a bad idea...
6. Did you ever receive money under your pillow after losing a tooth?
Not after every tooth, but sometimes there would be a quarter in a little pillow-ornament thingy that would hang by my bed. It was made specifically for that purpose! And once the tooth fairy left me a message about how she was happy to see I was a good little girl. And she did it in teeny, tiny handwriting on a post-it note. #parentinggoals.
Huh! Must you even ask? ;) It's Lavender!
8. Would you rather wash dishes or iron clothes?
Ugh, wash dishes I guess. If I had music playing it wouldn't be so bad.
|I'd actually like washing dishes in this kitchen!|
A good zoo is definitely interesting, given that we don't spend hours there. Like I did on some class field trips. But you see, I understand those who wish to spend all day at the zoo, as I am like that about history/art museums.
Yes. Her name was (is) Felicity Merriman, and she's a sprightly, spirited girl growing up at the time of the American Revolution in Williamsburg Virginia. Felicity has beautiful colonial clothing that inspired one little girl to have a career in history.
|Just look at that cardinal red cloak!|
Thanks again, Miss March! :) Have a lovely day, everyone!