03: The Interview

What gets you through a boring day?

The things in the photo are the things that help me get through a boring day. First, my iPod, the gadget that I’d die not having. I had my first iPod when I was 11, a graduation gift from my Mommy Sexy when I finished 6th grade. From that moment on, I could not imagine my life without it. I probably even had every type of iPod ever made, that’s how much I love music. Second, the Keri Smith books, if you know about the book then you probably know how awesome it is to write on those pages and discover new things about yourself.

So there’s a page in This Is Not A Book where in Keri conducts an interview to the owner. And since there’s a little space on it for me to write on, I decided to put it here. Here are the questions:

What is your favorite thing to eat?
- I love potato and cheese. :p~~~

Describe the taste of your favorite food without comparing it to other foods.
- I don’t even have an answer to this. How would you describe the taste of potato? It tastes nothing, it just goes well with all the other food out there. And cheese, oh my god cheese, cheese is life.

What are your favorite things to do?
- I love to read, like 30% of my day is devoted to reading. I also love to write. I love taking pictures of my little cousins. I love listening to music. I love roaming around bookstores.

Who are your favorite people?
- People who are like my best friend. I like people who aren’t hard to be with. I also like spontaneous people, my best friend and I used to go out all the time without planning what we’re gonna do. Spontaneity adds extra excitement to adventures. :) I love book worms, and how easy it is to be a nerd around them. and food lovers of course, food lovers are the best.

What was your favorite thing to do when you were little?
- wait ‘til it is summer and hang out every day with my childhood friends!

Describe your favorite outfit.
- my mom would probably freak out when she reads this because she pushes me to be a fashionista and she wants to see me best dressed all the time, but I’m really just the type of person who loves wearing shorts, sneakers, a flannel blouse, and a sling bag on a normal day. What could go wrong?

Where do you see yourself in five years?
- the question that broke Ted and Robin up. I’ll be 27 by then and I probably still can’t figure out how to make the most out of this life. I’d probably have my dream job and be a business woman. Be fully independent. Have my own car. I would like to see myself spending Friday nights at home with my love watching movies, then catching up with friends over dinner dates on a Saturday. I’d probably be in adventures, I would travel the world. Who knows? No matter what happens five years from now, the only thing I’m sure of is that I won’t give up on pursuing my dreams.

There are a lot of things that I want to do with my life, and so do you. If you were to answer this interview, what would you put here? It starts with the most common question and ends in the most self rattling way. Where do you see yourself in five years?

Sabrina Escoto

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