10 Questions For Bossy – The October Issue

Bossy be on the hot seat…

  1. What weird ritual do you have that you hope no one ever catches you doing? This one I oddly laboured over and just decided I was boring until one came to mind and then the flood gates opened. But I’m only sharing one, and it may not even be a true ritual. I hate choosing outfits as much as I hate going through my closet and seeing a whack of stuff that I never wear so instead I go in order. I go one-by-one through my shirts, then pants, etc. If I don’t wear the “next” shirt in line before I’m out of the category, then it’s tossed. Does this even make sense? I may have to draw an infograph.
  2. What did you dream of becoming when you were a little kid? An actress. I have days where I waiver into that dream again but think I’m better suited to be supporting the actress.
  3. If the apocalypse were upon us, what special skill would you bring to the table to ensure your entry into the survival bunker? This sounds like an application interview. I have to consider whether or not I want to join your apocalypse co-op. I may not like the fees.
  4. What TV star did you wish was your sibling growing up and why? Larry Appleton and Balki Bartokomous. No more questions.
  5. If you could go anywhere right now where would you go, why and who would you bring with you? To my friend Shipley’s home in the south to do one of her yoga retreat weekends. I would happily bring anyone who doesn’t mess with my zen. So hubby is out.
  6. What is the award you are most proud of winning? It’s a toss up between producer of graduating class 2000 or jump rope competition 1990 – runner up.
  7. If you could have one “do over,” in your life what would you use it on? The time I thought I understood grief.
  8. What would you like your tombstone to read? She sure could time travel.
  9. How would your mother describe you? Bossy.
  10. What Backstreet Boy Song best sums up your life experience? Backstreet’s Back. It’s my comeback song. I tend to need it about every eight months.

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2 thoughts on “10 Questions For Bossy – The October Issue

  1. “Society teaches us that having feelings and crying is bad and wrong. Well, that’s baloney, because grief isn’t wrong. There’s such a thing as good grief. Just ask Charlie Brown.” -Michael Scott



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