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1. favorite candy: almond roca (made in my hometown)
2. favorite ice cream: Cotton Candy with sprinkles (coldstone)
3.favorite book: I love Titus Andronicus (it's good to know that even Shakespeare wrote some hilariously bad tragedy) I also love Villette, not as prominent as Jane Eyre but beautiful just the same.
4. favorite magazine: Wired, the Smithsonian
5. favorite memory from childhood: Trying to rappel off the second story of my house while my sister was babysitting me, (the jump ropes didn't work out the way I expected.)
6. quality you most admire in your spouse: A good, reasonable sense of perspective, I love the way my husband continues to challenge me to be, do and love more.
7. favorite way to spend your day: If I could spend a day water-skiing, teaching people how to water ski and hang out on a boat I would wonder if I was in heaven. Something more realistic would be to go to Avila, ride bikes to the beach and hang out at the farm.
8. how may meals you eat out each week 0-1
9. how many kids you'd like to have: 4
10. how many traffic tickets you've had: zero! (unless you count that one parking ticket)
11. best date ever: Picnic in a small cove in Palos Verdes. Phillip went to a gourmet grocery and put together the most amazing food. He even brought some sparkling cider in a sand bucket (this was before we were married)
12. favorite local eatery: That awesome sushi place in Nipomo!!! (Eliannah loves the edamame)
13. suggestions for a free, fun, family day: nothing like the beach, fishing off the pier is free if you use lures instead of bait.
14. one place you'd like to visit: Angkor Wat (Tibet), Temple at Karnac (Egypt), Bangalore (India, where my dad grew up)
15. favorite drink: coffee, red bull, red tea, boba, adult beverage: mimosa, soco and coke
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