1. Chips, pretzels, or popcorn?
Chips. With dip made from sour cream and Lipton Onion Soup Mix. Yummy! I worked in a movie theater when I was a teenager and spent my evenings mopping up soggy popcorn. I’ll eat popcorn but I don’t consider it an indulgence anymore.
2. Peacocks or penguins?
Peacocks. I love anything colorful!
3. A romantic date night, or a fun-filled day trip?
Hmm… That’s a tough one! I’d say a romantic date night. I’d rather go out at night than during the day.
4. Pop, coffee, or tea?
Pop. (Although we don’t use that word for it in the South!) I occasionally drink a diet soda, but most of the time I drink water with Mio.
6. Ice skating or roller skating?
Ice skating. I took figure skating lessons in my 20s. It was fun, but I stopped taking lessons when they expected me to start jumping in the air. If my feet have to leave the ice, I’m out!
7. Sushi, ribs, or Italian?
Italian, I suppose. I like ribs, too. I don’t like sushi at all. We go to a hibachi restaurant so my husband can get his sushi fix and I can have teriyaki chicken and rice.
8. Parade or live theater?
Live theater—parades are usually outdoors and it’s either too hot or too cold!
9. Sun, shade, or indoors?
Indoors. I’m definitely an indoorsy person. Although I’d love to be sitting on a beach somewhere right now.
10. Earrings, necklace, or rings?
I don’t wear much jewelry. Right now the only jewelry I have on is a pair of small butterfly earrings that I wear 24/7, so I guess I’ll have to go with earrings. Anything I don’t have to think about putting on every day!
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Stephanie is the Simon & Schuster author of 30 Days of No Gossip and 25 Roses. When she isn’t crafting fiction, she writes for a variety of online websites on the topics of business, technology, and her favorite subject of all—fashion. She lives in Nashville with her husband, a sales executive.
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