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196. What’s the biggest lie you once believed was true?
When I was young, I got a splinter in my finger that I could not get out. My neighbor told me that if I left it in there it would turn into a peanut. I believed him for the next five years.
197. In your lifetime, what have you done that hurt someone else?
I have definitely said some non-intentional, mindless things that have hurt the people that I care about. This usually ends up making me feel worse than them in the long run. I have also made a couple of boys cry by ending our relationships, but not in a mean-spirited way, just by being honest. Don’t worry, a couple of boys did the same to me.
198. What’s the best part of growing older?
Feeling more secure and knowing yourself better.
199. What’s been on your mind most lately?
How can I run a successful blog and restaurant at the same time? What steps do I need to take in order to do so.
200. What do you think is worth waiting for?
Anything spectacular; true love, a fine meal, an amazing adventure, a first kiss.
201. What chances do you wish you had taken?
I wish that after I graduated high school or college that I took a year off to backpack around the world.
202. Where else would you like to live? Why?
I do love where I live, but it is my dream to spend every other month in a different country to experience the culture.
203. What motivates you to go to work each day?
The thought of creating something deliciously fabulous that my customers will enjoy eating that day.
204. What do you wish you had done differently?
Isn’t that close to the same thing as #201? Last night, I do wish I went to bed at 10:00 instead of 12:30. Ouch! Feeling it this morning.
205. What is your greatest strength and your greatest weakness?
My greatest strength is my seemingly never-ending motivation, but my greatest weakness is tackling too many goals at once.