Amber and Nilsa posted their answers to these questions recently so I decided to play along!
1. Twitter or Facebook?
Definitely Facebook, although I don't post on it all that often. I actually deactivated my Twitter account recently as I haven't used it in months!
2. Morning person or night owl?
I would say morning person, but I am not really a 'talk to me first thing in the morning' kind of morning person as it takes me a bit to warm up (coffee helps). Phil and I were talking about hosting a brunch for our friends this spring and I said - "and it will be great because I'll be in my prime and won't be yawning!" I am the worst at staying up late. And by late I mean past 10 pm.
3. How do you drink your coffee?
6 days a week I make coffee at home and add fat free French vanilla creamer. On Fridays I treat myself to a skinny vanilla latte from Starbucks or if I'm feeling indulgent, I'll get a mint condition mocha from Caribou.
4. It’s 9pm and you’ve got the house to yourself, what do you do?
I would definitely be sitting in silence reading.
5. What’s on your nightstand right now?
A book, a box of kleenexes, my glasses/glasses case, ear plugs, sleep mask (I'm a high maintenance sleeper) and Burts Beeswax chapstick.
6. What smell do you love?
The smell of my parents home on Thanksgiving morning. I love the smell of the turkey roasting in the oven and the mirepoix that will go in the stuffing sauteing on the stove. Mmmm. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.
7. What smell do you hate?
The smell of reheated seafood at the kitchen at work. Why do people reheat seafood at work? It's SO RUDE. I also hate the smell of peanut butter when someone else is eating it. I don't mind the smell when I'm eating it but I strongly dislike the second hand smell of peanut butter. And, last but not least, I REALLY HATE the smell of cigarette smoke. Why do people, especially young people, still smoke in this day and age, knowing all we know about how awful it is for you?
8. Other than your current home, where would you most like to live?
From a practical standpoint, somewhere in south Minneapolis that is within a mile of a lake or Minnehaha Creek. From an impractical standpoint, Paris. :) Other cities in the U.S. that I could see myself living in are New York, Chicago, and San Francisco.
9. If you could eat only one nationality of food for the rest of your life, which one would it be?
Mexican! It's very GF friendly and there are so many Mexican foods I love! The runner up would be Indian food.
10. When you were six years old, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Hmmm... I'm not really sure but if I had to guess I would say a doctor or a lawyer.
Your turn - what smells do you love, are you a morning person or night owl, and what nationality of food would you choose if you could only pick one?