September 9, 2011
1. What ringtone do you have on your cell phone?
I don’t have a cellphone at the moment. Full story here.
I don’t remember what my last ringtone was. My phone was always on vibrate. I don’t like hearing phones ring. I’m pretty sure the ringtone was a Bedouin Soundclash song. Probably this one:
It’s a nice peppy, happy intro. Perfect for a ringtone, right?!
2. What is your favorite memory from this summer?
Hmmm… Probably riding around with Babe and my little cousins – Drew and Ryan. They were HILARIOUS and lots of fun. We went for lunch, drove around roundabouts a lot of times, played music (rap, pop, and Bahamian), sang loudly in the car, went for ice cream… Good times.
3. Paper books or ebooks?
I’m onto ebooks right now. I simply don’t have the space for all of the books that I have read/read/will read. And it’s nice to have a little electronic device to carry around, and be able to take my pick of any books I loaded onto it. It’s better than lugging around lots of books (which I used to do). I appreciate paper books (aside from the killing of trees and all that green stuff), and believe that they still have their place. Book stores have already started closing, and that saddens me. One of my favourite things to do has always been to browse book stores, and end up leaving with far more books that I planned to purchase. Here, in The Bahamas, there aren’t many book stores at all, so I rarely book shop. In Canada, Chapters and Indigo were my heaven.
Also, I LOVE MY NOOK!
4. If you could have one home upgrade what would it be and why?
Right now, any room could use an upgrade. Our place is pretty bare bones since we just moved in about a week ago. If I could change something semi-structural, it would be the lighting. I don’t like the fixtures. I also wish we had ceilings fans (since we both prefer fans to air conditioning).
5. When was your first serious boyfriend/girlfriend?
The first “serious” boyfriend was when I was 17, and a few months out of high school. He was a really nice guy. Very ambitious, hard working, family-oriented. We were a good match. The trust issues, however, did not work for me. I was not having it. G’bye!
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