Sunday, June 24, 2007

Interview Meme

Stepherz had a great post where she was interviewed by one of her readers and then offered to send her readers some interview questions that they could answer on their blog. I, of course, asked to be interviewed because I'm narcissistic like that. If you would like ME to interview YOU comment here or email me and I'll send you some questions to answer.

Here are the questions the awesome Stepherz sent me:

1. If I were to come to visit for a day, what would we do? I would love to do some things around here that I know exist, I've just never done. There are caves to visit, cool places to hike and we'd have to visit Temple Square. You can't come to Utah and not visit Temple Square. We'd also eat. Because I like to eat. A lot.

2. If you could meet any person throughout history, who would it be and why? Probably Joseph Smith. I've read so much about his life and he was just awesome. I love him! I would love to just talk to him and feel the unconditional love oozing from him. (I, of course, would love to meet Jesus Christ and I know I will.)



3. If you were to win $10,000, what would you do with that money? Definitely redo my kitchen. I want new countertops and cabinets. Mine are ghetto fabulous right now...

4. What are 2 of the most important qualities you look for in a good friend? Trust and low maintenance. I need to know I can trust you. I have trust issues... I also need them to understand that I have a big family and a lot going on and that my family comes 1st. So, although I may not be the greatest at calling every day, week, uh, month??etc... I still love ya & I'm here if you need me! (Stacy knows how lame I am at keeping in touch. She appreciates my text messages and emails. That's why we've been friends for 18 years. :)

5. What personality quality do you love most about yourself? What physical quality to you love most? I'm witty. I like to make others laugh and usually funny stuff pops into my head pretty easily. I'm also very easy-going. I think physically I like my eyes. While the rest of my body starts to sag and expand side to side, my eyes always stay the same (with a few wrinkles...)


19 comments:

Liam's Mom - Gina said...

Great post, Tori! I love what you said about Joseph Smith. I feel the same way that he just oozes with love and compassion for others. Did you see the first work and the glory movie? I loved how that actor portrayed him... just genuine love came from his eyes.

Lauren said...

what an awesome post! I would love to have you interview me :)

You definately have pretty eyes! Mine are dull...I always wanted blue ones.

No Cool Story said...

We are #4 twins Tori. Trust and low maintenance are nĂºmero uno. I am also lame about keeping in touch, but I love much.
You do have pretty eyes, they are very clear are trusty like.

Sweeeet home Alabama, yeah.

Heffalump said...

I always enjoy finding out more about the bloggers on my favorites list. On the other hand, I am not very good about opening up about myself in very many ways on my blogs. You can interview me...maybe it will help me come out of my shell a little bit.

Stepherz said...

Great answers! I think your eyes are awesome too. I think my favorite physical trait is my eyes too. Blue eyes are great! Though I'm also partial to the brown eyes of the ones I love.

s--max said...

Loved your answers. If you want to interview me, I promise I'll post it w/in a "reasonable" amount of time. I SO appreciate the texts & emails. Oh ~ & quit telling people how old we are! ;)

Amanda said...

Fun post! I'm with you on the eyes. Everything keeps changing, but the eyes still stay the same.

I also agree with #4. We used to have some friends that thought something was wrong if we didn't contact them on a regular basis. They have since moved away. It was such effort trying to be friends with them and trying not to offend them. Life just gets too crazy and busy, and famiy does come first.

Kayelyn said...

I am so with you on #4! I LOVE all my friends, but the good Lord didn't give me enough hours in a month do do everything. Email is my best friend communication device, oh and blogging. I can do it into the wee hours of the morning- when nobody wants me to call them or drop by;-)

I love your eyes, too. They are very beautiful.

Suzanne said...

Hey, I'm back! I sent you an e-mail! :)

Fun post! I'm the same with friends! It's hard for me to maintain the relationship with high maintenance friends... You really do have beautiful eyes!

You can give me interview questions if you want. This is fun! :)

Toni said...

WHAT??? You wouldn't drag Stepherz to the zoo to work and sweat all day???

Great answers!

elasticwaistbandlady said...

Veeeeerrryyy interesting. Now tell me about your mother while I adjust my bi-focals and write notes in my Care Bears notebook.

You do have pretty eyes. Mine are brown. My dad says it was because I was born full of crap and my eyes reflect that. Isn't that sweet?

wendy said...

I love your interview! You have lovely blue eyes. does that make me sound too creepy? sorry!

I like the part about needing a friend to not be needy. That is key for me, too.

Leni said...

I love the pic of your family!!! Great to see you all, and now I have a face to go with the voice I imagine you have.

I'll answer some questions if you like. Love learning about people.

CHEL said...

Super fun to read!! Love to read these type of things... it shows a lot of personality.. and yours is awesome.

annie said...

Loved your answers Tori!
You do have beautiful eyes.

utmommy said...

I'd love to meet Joseph Smith someday too!

Love your eyes!

What a fun post.

tara said...

OKAY TORI... JOIN THE "BRINGING SEXY BACK CHALLENGE" WITH ME AND MY FRIEND ISMARI... you set your own rules, but we'll be accountable to each other!
Talk to you soon! (click her link on my blog)

Jenny said...

Great answers! I like #4. That's really important to me too. #5 is good too. I like making people laugh too, and it's always nice to have a favorite feature that's not going south! :o)

jenica said...

i just had to tell you that i love seeing the pic of your family as your banner. my 5 year old daughter turned to me with wide eyes, "can we have as many kids as they have? because i just want to play with all of them!!!" we're working on it!