1. How many places have you lived in your life?
A: If we count college, three. Alaska, Oregon, and Wisconsin.
2. Which was your favorite and why and what street was it on?
A: Alaska is my all-time favorite, as I feel it is my home, but I liked them all. Here I live on Wilderness Lane, in Oregon I lived on Beach Street, and in Wisconsin I lived on Meadowlark Drive.
3. If you could live anywhere for the rest of your life, where would it be?
A: Here, if I can get a good job. But I'd like to live in Oregon again, or try Montana or even somewhere like Scotland, but I have a feeling Alaska is where I will always end up.
4. What would your ideal home have in it?
A: Ooh. It would be spacious and open. Big kitchen, bay windows, wood floors, overstuffed furniture, lots of books and knicknacks. Not too many, to make it cluttered, but enough to make it comfy and lived in. A deep bathtub, maybe a piano. I don't want the house itself to be huge, but I want it to be open. Ooh, and a fireplace, and colorful curtains and pillows and throw rugs and quilts.
5. Can you describe your current crib?
A: I live in the house I grew up in. It started out as a modular that my folks put on top of a basement. Three bedrooms, two baths, and an additional living room with a deck and bay windows that my dad built on right before he died.