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Getting to know me... 20 Questions

I was blog Hopping on I love my Online Friends hop and I found this on Sarah Bailey's blog Life in a Breakdown. first of all I love her name... it is one of my favorite drinks and secondly I liked her post... so I decided to give it a try.

Just a little insight about me and it was fun to do. You should try it and share a little something about yourself every now and then. Purge the soul. Its good. :)

Enjoy and cheers


20 Questions.

When was the last time you cried?
I cried last weekend for a movie. Funny enough I cannot remember the name but I do remember feeling a bit silly for shedding tears J The one movie that always brings tears to my eyes though is Georgia’s Rule. It is really a moving show.

Are you named after anyone?
My middle name is Nicole and my mother always says it’s the female version St. Nicholas. Not surprisingly I love Christmas and would start celebrating it from the beginning of November. My family have a tradition of putting up the tree in each other house (Started by me… so I really do bring the Christmas Spirit to my loved ones J)

Do you have kids?
Yes I have 2 kids. Dylan is 8 and a loving handful. He can be very challenging especially when trying to get him to be more responsible but he is the most affectionate child. My daughter is 2 and will definitely not be ignored. She is full of life and has the brightest smile ever. They really fill my life. 

If you were another person, would you be a friend of yourself?
Yes I would because my true friends know the meaning of ‘my door is always open’. I always try to help when I can and I am always looking to get away to take in a movie or a light dinner with my friends.

Do you use sarcasm a lot?
Too much… so much that it irritates my husband!! L

Will you ever Bungee jump?
I want to say no.. but I do not know what I will do if in the moment. I might just say “what the heck” and go for it. 

What’s your favourite cereal?
As a kid I loved Pops, but now there is really nothing that I crave.

What’s the first thing you notice about people?
I always find myself glancing at their face. In a multicultural place like Trinidad and Tobago, I like to see what type or mix the person is.

What is your eye colour?
Dark brown.

Scary movie or happy ending?
Both… sometimes I like a little scare and sometimes I like to feel my heart swell with happiness. The most recent movie I enjoyed was ‘Something Burrowed’. It was really nice.

Favourite smells?
I love to smell peppermint around Christmas Time.  

Summer or Winter?
I only experience Rainy or Dry season. I prefer the dry so the kids can go out and play. The only time I enjoy a rainy day is when I can snuggle in and stay in bed all day.
(PS.. the few times I experienced winter was memorable and fantastic… need one again.)

Computer or television?
I am a Computer Teacher at a primary school so I am never far from one. However these days when I do get free time it is not TV it is Kindle!!

What’s the furthest you’ve ever been away from home?
London. From Trinidad it is over 8 hours away. I stayed for 10 months just to get away and it was life changing. I really learnt how to be more independent.

Where were you born?
Sweet T&T!!

Do you have any special talents?
I can move my hairline, ears and raise one eyebrow at a time. It freaks out my boy.

What are your hobbies?
Blogging (anytime I can squeeze it in).
Shopping (Only when I am in the US… here tooo expensive). Film (I do once a month with my ghulfrens).
TV & Reading combo (if it is not one it’s the other).
Travelling (When I can afford it L).

Do you have any pets?
Nope. The compounds we live do not allow pets. We did have a fish but he died last month. (I still have to buy one to replace it.)

Favourite movie?
I have a lot… Twilight movies is up there, Pride and Prejudice is in the running, but the one I always put on to this day is
My Fair Lady!!!

Do you have any siblings?
I have 3 brother and 3 sister. I am from a large family with over 100 extended cousins. So my family is pretty big. Lets just say I was always a good girl because I was too afraid to be bad in case one of my cousin saw and told on me. Trinidad is too small to take the chance 

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  1. Hi Jillian! Thanks for visiting my Inspirational Quotes at Amanda's Books and More! I've been one of your followers for a while now. Your quotes were lovely and I've enjoyed reading your 20 answers about you.

    Tina - mom of 4 and author of 5 blogs
    http://abooksandmore.blogspot.com

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  2. Hi Jillian! Love this list :) I too enjoy the Twilight movies and have a huge extended family on my Dad's side (he had 16 brothers and sisters) but luckily for me they all live in a different province so there weren't too many extra eyes on me!

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