Wow, does time fly. We’re in June already. Happy Pride. This is coming so late because I’ve been so busy, but I wanted to commit to posting it. Here is the last set of my answers to Vogue’s 73 Questions.
51. What’s your favorite movie of the last five years?
I don’t know if it came out in the last 5 years, but my boyfriend and I watched Chef on Netflix this past February, and I loved how wholesome the movie was. I am on the hunt for a delicious Cuban sandwich thinking about it.
52. What’s the one talent you wish you had?
I sometimes wished I was more graceful. Maybe it’s the fact that I’m a short person, but I feel like every time I trip is more noticeable than when a tall person trips. So I would like to appear less clumsy to the world.
53. What’s your favorite exercise?
I find that I like fast paced exercises that don’t require too much thinking on my part, so I would say kickboxing. Or if walking my dog is an acceptable answer, then that too.
54. What’s your favorite band?
Thinking about it, I don’t listen to many bands, so I don’t think I have a favorite. Maroon 5, One Republic, and Against the Current are the first 3 that come to mind.
55. What’s your favorite fast food order?
From where, and what time of day? I love Wendy’s for a spicy chicken sandwich or some nuggets, and their strawberry lemonade is a chef’s kiss. Chick-Fil-A has an awesome Cobb Salad, and I love a chicken biscuit for breakfast. McDonald’s has perfectly crispy hashbrowns, enjoyable French fries, and the perfect southern sweet tea.
56. What’s something you don’t want to be doing in 10 years?
Maintaining relationships that don’t have value in my life.
57. What’s the cutest thing on planet earth?
Oh gosh, so many things. Dogs and baby animals. Babies. Maybe baby sized things. True love is precious, guaranteed. These are probably the things that I see and instantly melt at.
58. What’s the best thing that happened this year?
Being vaccinated and being able to travel again. It was nice to be able to go to Clearwater and celebrate my birthday.
59. What’s your favorite cocktail?
Either a mojito or a blue hurricane.
60. Which movie makes you laugh the hardest?
The Proposal with Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock. How can you not laugh at Betty White dancing around a fire for the spirits?
61. What do you usually eat for dinner?
It’s either my grandma’s home cooking of some traditional Vietnamese food, or I’ve gone out to eat something.
62. What do you usually eat for lunch?
Lunch is usually leftovers from the night before.
63. What do you usually eat for breakfast?
I don’t typically have breakfast, but if I do it’s something small, like a fruit cup or smoothie.
64. What’s your favorite thing in the world?
Am I allowed to say my dog? If not, the answer is good food with my sisters by my side.
65. What’s your favorite color?
66. What color clothing do you wear most?
Probably blue, because it goes well with an assortment of other colors.
67. What are three words to describe living in Florida?
Disney. Interesting. Humid.
68. Do you like surprises?
I’ve had good and bad surprises, so I think it depends?
69. What’s one thing you had to learn the hard way?
Not everyone is going to love you.
70. What’s something you’re tired of?
People who don’t understand that people need boundaries.
71. Who do you turn to when you’re sad?
I have this terrible habit of just turning inward and over analyzing everything. After that it might be my dog.
72. What’s a trend you would like to see disappear forever?
Are Uggs a trend? I feel like it’s the least flattering boot I’ve ever seen, and I don’t think they really keep my feet warm.
73. What did you want to do with your life at age 12?
If I’m right, and 12 is the age I was in 7th grade, then I would say that age 12 is when I was sure I wanted to be a writer. I remember we had a writing prompt in my language arts class, and I don’t remember what the prompt was, but I remember that I wrote about a time when I was 3 years old and someone didn’t notice me at the top of the stairs and I ended up with a cut on my cheek.
I remember it because the class after I turned it in, my language arts teacher read my assignment for the whole class. It gave me a pit to have that much attention on me, and I remember writing my name in the dialogue of the story. She bleeped out my name, and I don’t remember what she said about the writing itself, but just the fact that she chose to read my work out of everyone else’s solidified what I wanted for me.
Do you have questions for me? Have you accomplished all that you wanted to in 2021 now that we are halfway through the year? How are you celebrating pride month? Tell me in the comments below!
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