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1. Did you have a favorite stuffed animal or toy when you were a child?
My Grandma knit me this doll. It was pink and had brown hair and, retrospectively, probably quite ugly. I named her Saskatoon, after a song on the Canada version of Seseme Street which nobody remembers but me. She unravelled. I then had a doll I found at a second hand store, who, I've only realized recently, was black. She was a typical rag doll, noted for her large size which enabled me to put her feet in my roller skates and roll her around the room. I named her Saskatoon II. My brother pulled her leg off and then her hair fell off. After that, I renamed my Raggedy Ann doll Saskatoon III.
2. What is the oldest item of clothing you still own?
I get rid of clothes a fairly regular basis, so I don't think I own anything particularly old. The oldest thing currently in my closet is probably my first proper theatre-going dress, which is only, maybe five years old. Unless you count the smocked dresses my grandmother made for me as a child, which are in the cedar chest.
3. Any plans and/or desires to pursue higher education beyond college?
I have many desires, but no plans. At the moment I'm taking an ASL course at the CHS Office and just trying to decide what the hell I want to do. It took me so long to finish high school, due to my illness, that I sometimes thought I'd never achieve it and now that I have, I just want to chillax for a bit. I'd like to do creative writing or theatre or languages.
4. If you could trade places with anyone, who would it be?
Uh...alive, probably...Sutton Foster, maybe. She has my sort of dream career.
Dead, some sort of Regency lady of leisure who embroidered all day and went to balls and was courted by handsome young men of means.
5. Do you have a favorite drink? (alcoholic or non)
My favourite drink is chai tea from Shopper's Drug Mart's organic line of food.