11 Questions According to Katie

I got this idea from Katie at Peace, Love & Oats and thought it seemed like a much more grown up version of the chain mail we used to send out in high school.

Katie’s Questions:

Chocolate or Vanilla? Used to be chocolate, but I like vanilla more now. You can mix more with it.

What would you do with 1 million dollars? Donate a good chunk of it to various animal protection organizations, give my family another chunk and then probably buy a cabin in a really secluded area of the U.S. to crash at when I need a vacation. (Did I mention remodeling it to be an enormous cat playground for my girls?)


Where is your favorite place to buy groceries? I don’t know about favorite, but I stick to Kroger’s usually.

What is your biggest fear? Got an hour? Heights, being murdered in my home, being murdered in my car, cancer, tidal waves, dementia (having it, not people with it), surgery, losing my cats, and probably being trapped in a small space.

What is the last book you read? Sarah’s Key

Favorite movie? Annie Hall and The Way We Were (not for reasons you may think)

What do you see yourself doing in 5 years? Probably still chilling at home with my cats, running, earning a second degree, and hopefully driving another Beetle.

Romantic or comedy movie? Hmmm. What I find funny or romantic wouldn’t fall into either category, so I’m going to say neither.

Last dream you remember? It involved a very disturbing mix of the Exorcist and Quarantine.

Have you ever been in a car accident? My Dad backed a U-Haul into my car once.

What is the longest friendship you have ever had? Cats excluded, I have one friend, Micah, who I met in the sixth grade and am still close to today. We actually had beef before we became friends, although the actual cause of this conflict is still disputed. (It’s too embarrassing to repeat, but it involves mistaken name calling.) I can say that a love for Harry Potter and all books brought us together. Oh and Jeremy Visick.

YOUR turn! Answer one of Katie’s questions.


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