1. How would you have described yourself in High School? I was a little bit of everything, if you ask me! I went to a grade seven through twelve, college-prep magnet school, where you had to test to get into it and maintain a GPA above 2.5 at all times. That being said, you know I was a smarty pants. I also played in band all six years, did cheerleader in grades 7-9, and played softball in grades 9-12 (well, I rode the bench). I started getting into swing and rockabilly in my junior and senior years, and dressed accordingly for someone at that age just getting into it. I wasn't a partier by any standards, although I did sow some oats in my senior year. At school I hung out with a diverse group of friends who may have been the odd-ball type group - musicians, skaters, artists, thespians, etc, although all of us were brainy.
2. When you don't feel good what do you always want to help make yourself feel better? A nap, of course! That always makes me feel better! If I'm down emotionally, downloading guilty pleasure songs on iTunes is a huge help.
3. When you go to bath shops what type of flavors do you gravitate towards? Flowery, foods... I gravitate towards gardenia, musks, and tropical floral scents. I like fruity scents, but don't care for them when they're sickeningly sweet. My favorite Scentsy bars are Cranberry Mango and Grapefruit Pomegranate (which they discontinued). Here are a few of my favorite fragrances and their notes.
- Juicy Couture's Viva La Juicy - High notes include wild berries, mandarin, honeysuckle, gardenia, and jasmine; low notes include amber, caramel, sandalwood, vanilla, and praline.
- Donna Karan's Chaos - Sandalwood, cardamom, cinnamon, padukwood, agarwood, saffron, clove, amber, musk, sage, lavender, chamomile, and coriander.
- Clinique's Happy - Top Notes include Ruby Red Grapefruit, Bergamot, West Indian Mandarin Tree Blossom, High Altitude Laurel; Heart Notes include Boysenberry Bush Flower, Morning Dew Orchid, Melati Blossom; Base Notes include Hawaiian Wedding Flower, White Crinium Lily, Chinese Golden Magnolia, and Spring Mimosa Blossoms.
- Origins' Spring Fever - Blood orange, mandarin orange, grapefruit and middle notes with indian jasmine, frangipani, plum accord and finishing with ending notes with sandalwood, amber and vanilla.
5. If you go to your closet right now what do you think is the predominant color in it? I already know for a fact! Coral and chartreuse, my signature colors!