1. What is your biggest phobia? SNAKES...hands down, there isn't even anything that comes in a close second. They petrify me, freak me out and down right scare the beejeezus out of me in a nutshell. Although the large ones are worse, they are all bad in my book and even the smallest ones completely creep me out. Remember this scene from "Raiders of the Lost Ark"? I adore this movie, one of my all-time favorites, but when it comes time for this scene, I literally have to pick my feet up off the floor and hug my knees...no kidding!
|"Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?"|
3. If you could choose to stay a certain age forever, what would it be? This is a tough one, but I choose to believe that I have plenty of wonderful times ahead of me and wouldn’t want to stop at any age and miss out on all the good things to come.
4. Which celebrity do you get mistaken for? Years ago, literally, a few people told me that I looked like Elizabeth McGovern. Elizabeth who? Well, she was in a movie with Sean Penn (I think it was called “Racing the Moon”) as well as "She's Having a Baby" and she is currently starring in Downtown Abbey, which I hear people raving about but I have yet to see. Honesty, I don't see it, but I was flattered none the less.
5.What songs are included on the soundtrack to your life? Not surprisingly, based on the name of my blog… “A Beautiful Day” by U2. It doesn’t matter what kind of day that I am having or what is going on in my life this song never fails to put a smile on my face. It makes me happy, plain and simple! Also, “Bittersweet Symphony” by The Verve. When I was taking childbirth classes, the instructor told us to pick a song that would help us focus during labor. Not sure why, but this song jumped out at me and every time I hear it, it NEVER fails to remind me of November 2, 2000. The day that I was blessed with the sweetest miracle. The last one may be kind of cliché, but “What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Stronger” by Kelly Clarkson. It has kind of become an anthem of sorts. It is hard to listen to it and not get kind of pumped about and not feel just a tad invincible.