1. Koreanovela marathons – Boys Over Flowers, Coffee Prince
2. Apple sour candy
3. Teen flick. I love them no matter how shallow or how predictable they are.
4. Chic lits. Name it, I’ll read it.
5. My private Twitter – I can hang out here for hours.
6. Reading gossip blogs.
7. Online window shopping – clothes, gadgets, houses
8. Reading e-books all the time. I’m often accused of having my own world.
9. Surfing the net. I’m addicted. I search for wi-fi connection everywhere I go.
10. Eating out.
1. If you have been or are married, tell us about your wedding. If you are not, tell us how would you want it to be.
It was simple, intimate and very romantic for me. Got married in my dream church (ever since I was a little girl) and had the party in a quaint old house that was build a couple of hundred years ago.
2. What age would you encourage your children to get married?
I’d say 26-28 for girls and 30 and up for boys . Most important of all, they should have stable jobs and really know what they’re getting themselves into.
3. Who got married at the last wedding that you attended?
A high school friend.
4. Do you enjoy weddings and receptions?
Oh yes especially the ceremony. They never fail to make me cry.
5. Have you cried at a wedding?
6. Would you prefer a lavish event or a intimate ceremony?
Intimate. See my dream wedding on number 1.
7. Have you ever been in some one’s wedding party? If yes, do tell.
Yes and I always enjoy it.
8. Does a wedding make you happy and sentimental or grouchy and skeptical?
Happy. What can I say? I love weddings!
9. Why do you think our divorce rate is so high?
Too many differences that they never worked on before they got married.
Not so wordless today. I’ve accepted a long time ago that it will take years before I can enjoy a long, nice, quiet meal with The Husband. So imagine my surprise when I realized that it’s actually possible now, thanks to art materials. Her favorite activity now is go to a not so crowded restaurant and draw. As soon as we’re done ordering, she’ll ask “Can I draw now?”
1. What bad habits do you have?
Procastination and worrying to much
2. What bad habit would you most like to break?
Cramming the last minute
3. Have you ever overcome any bad habits? What were they?
Yes – I’d prefer to keep them to myself
4. Do you have any habits other people consider bad that you rather like about yourself? What are they?
I’m quite competitive but I see it as a nice trait as my job needs me to be that way.
5. What habit annoys you most in other people?
1. All children alarm their parents, if only because you are forever expecting them to hurt themselves no matter how careful they are.
2. Show me a good loser and I will show you a real winner
3. A long, peaceful day at the beach is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs at one time.
4. Too bad that all the people who know how to run the country are busy spending our taxes on expensive beach houses and expensive cars.
5. I have yet to hear a man ask for advice on how to combine pain and pleasure
6. It is impossible to think of any good meal, no matter how plain or elegant, without garlic and butter in it.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I’m looking forward to a marathon of my favorite shows, tomorrow my plans include resting the whole day and Sunday, I want to have a lovely dinner outside!
1. If you know someone who is interested in you happens to be high maintenance, are you as likely to date them anyway?
I really don’t know because I’m the woman, I’m the one who is supposed to be “maintained”
2. Do you get more frustrated by your home being in a state of disarray or your workplace being in a state of disarray?
I work at home so the two needs to be organized all the time.
3. You decide to go to the grocery store where you don’t expect to run into anyone you know. How dressed up are you likely to get?
Jeans and a shirt.
4. Take the quiz: Are You High Maintenance?
You Are Low Maintenance
Compared to most people, you are incredibly easy going.
To be honest, you are truly a breath of fresh air.
You are open minded about trying new things, and you’re not upset when things don’t work out.
You are willing to go along to get along. And your attitude helps you truly enjoy life!
5. How important is it to you that the person you would date would be roughly “in your league” lookswise?
I haven’t thought of it before – I always go for who I want, not bound by “leagues”
6. Do you prefer spending more on a birthday gift for a close friend of having them spend more on a gift for you?
I like to give, so I’d spend more for a friend!
Q: Sex & the City, Weeds, Soprano’s, or Entourage? You only get to pick one.
A: Sex & the City of course! Topics about women’s everyday thoughts – men, sex, money, career and love! Not in that particular order of course. Who could resist the four ladies amazing sense of fashion and friendship?
If you could completely redecorate any room in your house at no expense to you, what room would you choose?
Our bedroom of course. I’ll add a walk-in closet, re-paint the walls, get a king-sized bed with drawers underneath, a small corner for reading, a couple of lamps and a spacious area for my computer table.
Which hour of the day do you feel goes the slowest?
None. In fact, I often wish that I can stop time or I have 36 hours every day. I’m always on the run, meeting deadlines and squeezing quality time with Sandy.
If your birthday could be in a different month of the year, when would you have it?
I’d say April so we can go out of town when the sun is out almost all the time. I hate celebrating my birthday during the rainy days of June.