If you were given the opportunity to spend two weeks in any country in the world free of charge, which country would you choose, and why?
Just one!? Probably either Ireland or Scotland. Stunning countrysides, castles and some of the most interesting histories in the world (at least to me, everybody's different).
What was the longest road trip you ever went on? How did you pass the time?
I went on a school trip to NYC, Hershey Penn., and Washington DC when I was in the 6th grade (I live in GA). We rode a bus for 2 days straight up to NYC and then made our way down. I slept most of the way and talked to friends the rest of the time.
If you had to give up swimming, skiing, hiking, or biking for the rest of your life, which would you choose, and why?
I'd give up skiing as it is the only one I don't and have no desire to do. I don't actually swim but I like getting in the water, and I love hiking and biking.
What are your least favorite book and movie genres? Are you willing to make exceptions? Do you ever feel left out of social events/discussions owing to atypical taste in movies/books?
I don't like horror/really scary things. I can handle suspense every now and then, but flat out horror...no. Yes I am willing to make an exception on occasion if an actor I REALLY like is in it. But I have to REALLY REALLY like them. Sometimes I feel left out because most of the people I know like scary stuff.
Do you have a "dream car"? If you had money to spare, would you buy a new car? If so, would you be more likely to get an eco-friendly vehicle, a vintage model, or a luxury sportscar?
I love my car. When I got it, I got exactly what I wanted. However, if money was no object, I'm sorry to say I would not go with the eco-friendly car as I REALLY want a Hummer. But one of those neat, expensive cars like a Mercedes model would be nice too.