1. What do you value most in life?
My family. :)
2. What do you think is the greatest invention in your life and why?
Well, I would say without a doubt the Internet, but I believe it was technically invented before my lifetime, even if it wasn't being used widely. So I'm going to say:
To think that we are able to hold such advanced computers in our hands on a daily basis is really amazing to me. Computers have come so far, and so have cell phones. There merging of the two into the "smartphone" is an incredible accomplishment- and it's something I know I'm rarely found without. Also: touch screen technology? How cool is that? If someone would have told me when I was little that there'd be no flying cars in 2013 I'd have been pretty bummed, but if they'd told me about touch screens I'd have been pretty excited. ;)
3. What do you think is the secret to a good life?
4. What would you most like to be remembered for when you’re gone?
This a a tough one. I've never really thought about my legacy. I suppose I want to be remembered for screwing up Reagan less than my parents screwed up me. ;)
5. What accomplishment in your life are you most proud of?
There is definitely a tie between R (of course) and finally getting my B.A (*they misspelled my middle name on my diploma)/ graduating with a 4.0! Both were very difficult journeys that resulted in great rewards. I never thought that I'd ever finish college after taking my first break (I had a severe nervous breakdown.) And then when R came along and I started to have crippling multiple-times-daily panic attacks (especially on the public transit to school and in the classrooms, uggh!) But I did, and I'm done now! DONE!