Saturday, March 18, 2017

Lots to catch up on....(Photo Dump)

Hello to all who still follow my blog... After a long hiatus, I am back to document life. First off, a couple of our good friends, Esther and Rian, got married in Maui. We were honored to be invited to their wedding. We took some photos of our week-long trip and wanted to share them with you, along with a short play-by-play LOL.

Day 1...we arrived at the airport late at night only to find that the airline didn't ship our luggage. We were so sad... but they were kind enough to reimburse us for any clothes that we needed before our suitcase could be delivered to us.  Luckily, our Airbnb place was really nice.  I didn't take any photos of it but here is the link to the place.  It was private and had a fully functional kitchen and laundry room, a big back deck, and a comfy bed.  The owners were very nice as well.  Every morning, we woke up naturally to the sound of birds singing (and squawking...LOL).

Day 2...shopped for clothes since we couldn't wear our own. It wasn't the best day. It was actually kind of stressful and I didn't know what was too extravagant for the airline to reimburse us for, so we just ended up getting a couple T-shirts and socks lol. When I say it was stressful I am underestimating this. The trip wasn't off to a good start. After the shopping trip we waited around a whole lot at the place we were staying, playing computer games. On the bright side, we had a little black cat that visited our Airbnb every morning and night (his name was Blackie) and he was our little companion that made things a little more exciting. Every morning he would rush inside when we opened the door and meow so that we would feed him, and at night he would curl up on the rug or the kitchen floor and snooze with his claws out. HAHA.  Also, we did get to take our first walk on the beach this day.

Blackie relaxing on the kitchen floor....

Day 3...Esther and Rian's wedding! It was gorgeous and I wish I actually took pictures. Oh well... After the wedding, everyone who attended the wedding had a fancy dinner at a super beautiful hotel... Fairmont Hotel, I believe it was called.  It had gorgeous views and Esther and Rian had this clever idea to take Polariod or Instax photos of their guests to put in their guest book.  Again, I wish I took photos, but I just didn't think about it.  Well... I did get this one photo of Brandon on the beach since we did arrive a bit early for the wedding.

Ooooo he is so handsome! I am lucky to have this guy in my life.

Day 4...Went snorkeling at Molokini crater.  It was my first time to do this and I was nervous.  But it was a great experience! Bonus: the Four Winds boat that we went on had prescription goggles, which were really nice since Brandon and I are both nearsighted. As we swam around the crater we tried to touch the fish because they were swimming so close to us.  Brandon succeeded, but the fish were a little bit too fast for me.  After the snorkeling, we were SUPER hungry.  We went to this place called Coconuts Fish Cafe...which I highly recommend to anyone.  We had fish tacos and platters.

Interior of Coconuts Fish Cafe... you eat off these tables that look like surfboards, and they have all this hot sauce and malt vinegar up front to season your food.

 Fish Tacos.... they had a really great Mango Salsa served with them. OMG so yummy.
Our fish platters... Brandon got the regular blackened Mahi plate and I got the Macadamia Mahi plate.  It was served with this really yummy cabbage salad and brown rice.

Day 5...Probably my most favorite day of all...we biked down Mount Heleakala (a volcano).  I cannot emphasize enough how gorgeous it was.  We biked past an orchard of Eucalyptus trees, which smelled so good! Also, there were fruit stands and stuff along the way, where you could buy guavas, coconuts, pineapples, etc.  We chose to wait until the end of our bike ride to eat at this food truck called Bailey's, which had the most delicious healthy turmeric ginger lemonade and a steak bowl with plenty of greens and veggies... I mean, I make it sound average, but it was super above average. haha.

The view at the top of the mountain.  Super pretty!

Our bike tour guide, Kimo, was super cool and took this picture at the top of the mountain since we were above the clouds.  It looks like we are skydiving or something, right?? Best photo of the trip, if you ask me.

Actually, truth be told, this is my favorite picture of the trip: Brandon and I with our matching T-shirts.  We tend to forget to take pictures together, so this one makes me happy.

This was a shot of us before we took off down the mountain.

This was the food truck I was telling you about!  There were quite a few people there for their "Daily Bailey's."  Not that I blame them.  I would eat there every day if I could.

Day 6...rented some snorkeling gear and explored different beaches. We also went to Baby Beach at Lahaina when the sun was setting and swam around a lot.  I would say this is the safest place to go snorkeling that I know of.  There was a lot of coral to look at when we went, but not too many fish.  But that is probably because it was too dark for us to see them.  I will take this moment to mention something... I had been eating guava cake every single day of the trip.  That, along with pineapple and macadamia nuts and Hawaiian Host chocolate were my favorite treats in Maui.  Seriously, the pineapple was pretty cheap and a lot sweeter and flavorful than usual.  I seriously enjoyed it.

I basically ate this whole cake by myself over the course of the trip.  OMG! It was so good.

Well for all you Dragon Ball fans out there... Brandon took this picture just for you!

We had this amazing gelato at Maui Gelato.  I got the Passion Orange Guava flavor, while Brandon got the peanut butter flavor. We both got the Macadamia gelato too.  It was fantastic!

Later on, we stopped by some food trucks and got an Acai Smoothie Bowl with strawberry slices, banana slices, diced kiwi, sliced almond, chia seeds, and granola.  Really nice and sweet.  I wish I remembered the name of the food truck.

Here is a picture of my last night with Blackie.  Oh, I miss this kitty.  He was so sweet and I got quite attached to him.

Day 7...our last day on the island.  We spent this day with Brandon's friend Billy, first going to Coconuts Fish Cafe for the last time and then swimming in the ocean.  We went to Makena beach, where we all discovered how powerful the ocean can be.  Brandon and Billy were thrown by this gigantic wave, and they both lost their flippers.  Luckily, we were able to find them since the waves washed them up to the shore.  I got thrown around quite a bit too, although I didn't go too far into the deep.  For me, the most embarrassing moment was that I got dragged on the sand from the powerful waves, and thanks to that, Billy now knows what I look like naked.  Haha.  It was pretty funny but pathetic at the same time. After that, we decided to swim in a more shallow area, where we would be safer.  Unfortunately, Brandon sprained his toes from landing on them weird, rendering our beach time short.  Probably a good thing, since our pale skin probably would have been super burned if we stayed much longer.  We went to this pizza food truck, but since Brandon's appetite is really big, that wasn't enough and we decided to go to Da Kitchen to eat some Hawaiian food.

This is the pizza we got from the food truck.  It was from a wood fired oven - my favorite way to eat pizza of all time.

We took a photo near the food truck.  I had so much sand in my hair from Makena beach.  So my hair looked like crap... that is why I have a fake hat sticker on my head haha.

The last meal we had in Hawaii was at Da Kitchen.

Appetizers: Green salad with "oriental" dressing.  Deep fried Spam Musubi, and Kimchi pancake.

Brandon and Billy both got this gigantic platter filled with deep fried fish, chicken and rice.  Probably the most deep fried food Brandon has eaten in a year LOL.

I got the mini hamburger sliders on Hawaiian rolls!  It came with a generous amount of fries, if you care about that kind of thing.

Well, we left the island relatively unscathed as far as sunburn goes.  Actually, the only place I got sunburned was the tops of my hands from the volcano bike ride.  Anyway, I could not recommend a trip to Maui enough.  It felt good to be away from computers and to reconnect with nature and just enjoy ourselves to the fullest.  I wish we could go whenever we want.

Ok... as far as other things to catch up on, I do not believe I have mentioned that we got a new kitten on this blog (although my Facebook friends do know this).  Her name is Zelda and she is my little angel and companion.  Nabee is not too crazy about her, but we all know that this is because he is jealous of her and she likes to irritate him by pouncing on his tail while he is trying to relax.

The first day we adopted Zelda.  She was really shy and needy at the same time.  Her favorite toy was that pink glitter pom-pom.  She would kick it around and chase it like a soccer ball.

Zelda in her new pink bed.  Little does she know, it was designed for small dogs.  Well... she loves it anyway!

She is awfully cuddly when she is tired.  Just look at that adorable-ness!

A total fluff-ball, just like Nabee.

This is typical of Zelda.  She will find Nabee while he is sleeping and be obnoxious until he wakes up.  He tries to ignore her but she doesn't like to be ignored.

LOL!!!! I just think Zelda's face looks hilarious in this photo.

Another funny thing about Zelda is the fact that her favorite place to sit is on the foot of the elliptical machine.  I mean, she is growing up quickly and is getting too big for it, but she still sits there every day while she relaxes.

Nabee looking annoyed because Zelda is in the same room as him.

But for sworn enemies, they certainly have a lot in common.  They are seriously the cutest!

On a completely unrelated note, last month it snowed in Seattle for the first time in like four years. No snow plows were prepared, and almost everyone I know spent the day at home - a true snow day! I took a picture of what our neighborhood looked like that day.  Actually it was really beautiful if you ask me.  I only wish that Christmas looked like that.

 Notice the unplowed roads and the thick layer of snow on the roofs and cars.

It was super early in the morning when I took this picture, and the whole worlds was standing still... a rare moment.

Even before this whole snow thing happened, my little sister, Krissy, and her husband, Morgan, came to visit us.  It was a lot of fun.  Krissy is the best at giving massages, and she spoiled us rotten.  We all went up to Seattle to the Aquarium, Space Needle, Wall of Gum, and the Museum of Pop Culture. We also ate pizza well past midnight and watched funny movies together.  It was wonderful to have someone in my family visiting me.  I wish I could be around them all the time!

Kiss Pic at the Aquarium.  Everyone in the room was cheering that we should kiss while we got our picture taken there, so we listened to them.

Krissy and Morgan at the Museum of Pop Culture.  Aren't they a cute couple?

Brandon and Morgan... I swear, Brandon becomes ten years younger when Morgan is around!

Last, but not least, if this post is not considered a novel already... is that I wanted to show you how much Brandon spoiled me for my birthday.

Brandon blew up all these balloons (well, he got some help from David)... I had no idea I would walk into our room and see all of them.

So naturally I had to be a goofball and jump into the bed with all the balloons.

The card that Brandon got for me.... man I am totally the crazy cat lady now.

My birthday cake.  Isn't it gorgeous????  And no I will never grow out of Hello Kitty!

Blowing out the candles on the cake.  I am so thankful for Brandon, his mom, and David for putting all this together for me.

Whew! I am impressed if you ended up getting through this whole post.  I am really on and off about blogging, and as bad as I feel about that, I have had to take breaks for a good reason.  I am done with school, but right now I am job hunting.  Please wish me luck! xoxoxox

~Sincerely, Ashleigh Son

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Absolutely Speechless

It was a typical day in Ms. X’s 8th grade class.  She never seemed to be able to steer the class into talking about what we were supposed to be studying.  Let’s just be honest...the students were all pretty disrespectful and couldn’t care less what she prepared.  Actually, she didn’t mind going off on tangents instead of trying to make us pay attention. I remember somehow she got talking about ACNE as the kids chattered on in their various groups to each other.  I don’t know why or how the subject came up.  But she was joking around about how unfortunate it is, or something along those lines (all with zero ill-intent, of course!).

There was this guy in my class that always had to give his two cents.  He talked loudly as though he expected the whole class to be enthralled with his comments.  He and I were almost friends, but we kind of had this rivalry going on. So…back to the story…the teacher was talking about acne and how unfortunate it is, when suddenly this kid turned over to me and said something along the lines of, “Well Ashleigh’s life must be very unfortunate, because she is like, Acne Acre!!” 

I usually was able to reply to any insults from him very quickly and laugh things off, but in this case, I was not prepared for the sting of hearing half the guys in the class snorting in derision at his jest.  Some girls laughed too, but mostly, they all gasped.  All the various audible reactions quickly boiled down to complete silence as all eyes in the classroom locked on me.  My best friend at the time was in the class, but had been talking to someone else, so she had not heard what this young man said to me.  Even she became silent and looked over at me, confused as to what was going on.

My face had never been so red.  I felt the heat of distress flushed all over my body.  It was true!  I had acne all over my forehead.  It was one thing in life I was actually really insecure about. If you have ever seen “Anne of Green Gables,” there is a scene where Gilbert Blythe calls Anne “carrots,” because of her red hair.  Well, that scene does not hold a candle to how I felt during that moment.  I honestly did not know what to do.  I felt like crap but didn’t want to cry in front of everyone.  Nor did I think I could get up and smack that boy upside the head.  I was rendered absolutely speechless, and the most unbearable lump formed in the back of my throat.

As my thoughts whirled around in my head at 100 miles per hour and as the eyes of the students bored into my soul like a drill, I lost all control of my emotions and put my head down on my desk and just began to ugly-cry.  Hot tears splashed all over the desk.  The teacher didn’t even know what to do.  My best friend ran to my side to comfort me, but to no avail.  She then punched the boy in the arm as hard as she could when she found out what he had said to me.  He was standing over me, obviously very sorry for what he said, apologizing over and over.  He never meant anything by it, and he was just trying to be funny.  Nevertheless, I couldn’t stop crying.  LOL.  The teacher escorted me outside the classroom so that I could calm down without everyone staring at me.  I never wanted to go back into that classroom, or see any of my classmates again – especially not HIM!!!

Later, he tried to make up for his actions by bribing me with chocolate and a string of nonstop apologies, but little did he know, chocolate always made me break out even more, so I curtly refused to accept it.  When I look back on this whole experience now, I laugh.  It is actually quite funny!  I was so sensitive. (Funny side note: I am “Facebook friends” with this guy now, but I doubt he will ever read my blog, which is why I feel comfortable sharing this story…)

The nice thing is…. I grew out of that insecurity a few years later, because I learned how to control it.  After high school I started to work at a health food store, and discovered that my health was 100% linked to my skin.  I ditched all my chemical skin products and opted for the simplest glycerin soap that cost 99 cents, exercised, and ate lots of fruit and vegetables and started juicing, and my skin cleared up a lot.  My skin was still very oily, but I had some ladies tell me I would love my skin type in the future.  Well, I thought that they were lying, but today I am happy to say that I am 100% proud of my skin, and get complimented on it all the time now. At school, I even had someone ask me what my secret is for looking so youthful when they found out my age.  I think it is my oily skin type!!!! HA! 

I may have had to suffer more than other girls because of not having perfect skin in Jr. High and High School, but I must say, this led me to having compassion for others and to developing other aspects of myself that I wouldn’t have had time for if I didn’t have these experiences.  I have also discovered the key to my own health.  I am grateful for everything I went through.  It has turned me into the person I am today.  I am grateful for the support of my friends and family – who have always loved me no matter what I ever looked like.  One last thought is this:  Those who matter the most in life are the ones who would never judge you based on how you look, but those who judge you based on your heart. xoxox

~Sincerely, Ashleigh Son

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Enjoying the Moment

What has the Son family been up to?  Well..... life has been so busy for the past few months that it feels like it is our new reality to hardly see each other, except at night and on the weekends. I have learned from experience that if you let it, a busy life can make you miserable.  On the other hand, if you make time for things you care about (and for little things that make you happy), there are small pockets of wonderful moments that basically make up for all the long hours of hard work put in at school and work.

Soooo.... here are a couple of small things I am sharing with you - how I enjoy small moments:

1) Live "in the moment."  Don't worry about what the future holds.  Cross that bridge when I get there.  Sure, I am scared about the process of finding a new job that is the right "fit" for me when I graduate.  But at the moment, when I pause my worried thoughts, and just look around me, I am absolutely fine NOW.  In this very moment.  Deep breaths, in and out!

2) Eat food that makes me happy and healthy at the same time.  I like to eat as simply as possible.  Part of it comes from being completely lazy (ha ha!!! but I do work hard other than this, okay?) and the other part is because simple, unprocessed foods make me feel healthier and help my brain function better.  A couple of favorites for me include fresh summer fruit (cut up watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, cherries, plums, peaches, nectarines), spiralized baked fries (a couple potatoes julienned or spiralized, baked at 475 degrees for 15 minutes, and then broiled at 500 degrees for up to another 5 minutes, then fresh lime drizzled on top), or fruit sorbets (frozen banana as the base with other frozen fruits or cacao powder or matcha...whatever I feel like).  I also enjoy juicing fruits and vegetables.  I could make a separate post about all this... but anyway the point is, healthy and tasty food is the best!

This past weekend, Brandon and I shared this huge bowl of Strawberry Banana Sorbet.  It is so easy to make (one part frozen bananas, one part frozen strawberries, and a splash of almond milk pulsed in a vitamix until it is "ice cream texture.")  I could eat this every day, and it is much cheaper than going out for ice cream all the time (and much easier on the stomach too).

3) Brandon is going to laugh at me for this because I am going to be a hypocrite for a second... but EXERCISE.  I really feel best when I do exercise, and I am not saying I am on top of this by any means, because I am not.... but let's just be honest.  After doing this yoga workout, I feel like I am on top of the world!  Another favorite way to get some exercise in is walking.  Brandon and I explored a new walking path near our home that we haven't been to, and saw all kinds of wildlife (including a bunch of cute snails, slugs, and a tiny bunny, to name a few).  Sometimes getting outside to get some fresh air is just the lift our body needs after being cooped up inside the majority of the time.

See if you can spot the little gray rabbit.  It's tough but if you look hard enough you will see it.  We saw this little guy hanging out alongside our walking trail over the weekend.

After our walk we went to the river and had a picnic of fresh berries and cherries!  It was so perfect!  Little moments like this keep me sane while trying to juggle work, summer school, and home responsibilities.

4) Remember to rest and have a relaxing outlet.  I personally love to have Disney movies playing in the background so I can sing along with their catchy soundtracks while I am doing homework, and often after a long day of school I will just fall into the bed and watch "The Brady Bunch," or "The Twilight Zone," or some other old reruns on Netflix or Hulu.  There is a point where this can become unhealthy though.  I find it is best to limit myself to no more than 3 episodes of TV shows.  But this can also vary more or less depending on how dead I feel from school. Even better would be to draw something, or work on putting together my ultimate cookbook filled with recipes that I love!  Also, I find that watching an intense TV show while folding laundry makes the chore a lot more bearable.

Well, I hope you enjoyed this insight.  I bet you already knew all of these things already, but sometimes it never hurts to hear it again.

~Sincerely, Ashleigh Son

Monday, June 13, 2016

Another - I Am Currently - Post

Making: the most of two week break before summer school.
Cooking: hahaha! riiiiight....
Drinking: spring water from Mt. Rainier.
Reading: None Dare Call It Conspiracy by Gary Allen.
Wanting: to be graduated already!
Looking: into who I should vote for.  Scared for America right now.
Playing: Beyonce.  Feeling nostalgic for high school days.
Wasting: tears on less-than-excellent grades.
Sewing: .....again....hahaha.
Wishing: I could fast forward time.
Enjoying: Disney movies, the Brady Bunch, and the season finale of Downton Abbey.
Waiting: for the next time I get to see my family.
Liking: belgian waffles cooked by my true love.
Wondering: who invented bureaucracy.
Loving: that feeling of having a shred of happiness while school is out.
Hoping: that I can figure out this whole "adulting" thing soon.
Marvelling: at the strange weather in Washington.  Seems like summer has passed already?
Needing: more time than just a week before school starts.  *crying*
Smelling: Pacifica vanilla perfume.  Just happens to be one of my signature scents now.
Wearing: professional navy suit with pinstripe button-up shirt and low heels.
Following: blogs about waste-free living.  Very inspiring!
Noticing: that positive thoughts bring a positive life.
Knowing: that I cannot in good conscience vote for either Trump or Hillary. 
Thinking: of doing yoga every day.  Might help with a lot of things.
Bookmarking: websites containing deep LDS doctrine.  
Opening: my mind to new ways of thinking, and realizing that I am quite often wrong.
Giggling: at my cat, Nabi/Nabee.  He is just too funny sometimes.
Feeling: like Brandon is the best thing that has ever happened to me.


~ Sincerely, Ashleigh Son

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Favorite Fall Flicks

There is something about the leaves changing colors and the temperature dropping just a bit that makes me want to curl up in a ball on my bed, with a thick blanket and a cup o' tea and just watch creepy movies.  Of course, with school starting tomorrow, I won't have time for such frivolities. In honor of it being the last day I am free before school starts, I decided to put together a list of my top ten movies/series that I would just LOVE to watch with the fall season officially in full swing.  Enjoy! Scariness Star Scale? 1-2 stars = baby stuff, appropriate for kids. Spooky but cute. 3-4 stars = use caution in letting children watch it.  May have a few disturbing scenes. 5 stars = quite frightening/terrifying at times. Use extreme caution in letting kiddos watch.

1) The Village - 3 out of 5 stars.  A haunting tale with a twist that you wouldn't expect at the end.
2) Coraline - 3 out of 5 stars.  A little girl finds out just how much her family really means to her.
3) Over the Garden Wall - 2 out of 5 stars. A unique metaphorical story about finding a way home.
4) Sleepy Hollow - 5 out of 5 stars.  A classic legend filled equally with quirkiness and terror.
5) The Corpse Bride - 1 out of 5 stars.  A funny family film about a dead bride's tragedy.
6) Ghost Hunt - 5 out of 5 stars.  A chilling anime about ghosts that will surely give you nightmares.
7) Spirited Away - 3 out of 5 stars.  An adventure about what can be found at the end of a tunnel.
8) Edward Scissorhands - 2 out of 5 stars.  A creature that is born to stand out tries to conform.
9) Haibane Renmei - 3 out of 5 stars.  A mysterious story about life after death for the sin-bound.
10) The Brothers Grimm - 4 out of 5 stars.  An exciting take on the Grimm Brothers' personal story.

I know I was extremely vague on the descriptions, but all of these are worth watching for yourself if you have not seen them already.  Most of these can be watched on Hulu or Netflix or Amazon Prime, but others you would have to buy.  Notice I don't have any new movies.  That's ok.  These are just my favorite fall classics that I just HAVE to watch.  On another note, if you want a movie that is sad enough to make you sniffle and use up several tissues, go on to Netflix and watch "Ode to My Father."  It is a Korean movie that Brandon's mom made us watch and I am so glad we did!  It is a perfect date night movie.  No scratch that.  It is perfect if you watch it by yourself as you are wallowing in self-pity about first-world problems.

Do you have any fall favorites that you can't live without watching?  Leave them in the comments!  I would love to hear it. xoxox

~Sincerely, Ashleigh Son

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Ask Lion....Some Interesting Questions

Time to get narcissistic!!!! I am answering a questionnaire (found on Tuaari's Tumblr)...50 things you may or may not know about me (Ashleigh Son):

1: What eye color do you find sexiest?  Black, like Brandon’s of course!

2: White, milk, or dark chocolate? I love all chocolate, but, Dark chocolate!

3: If you could get a Sharpie tattoo on your back, what would it be?  A tiny silver/white star.

4: Did you grow up in a small or big town? Did you like it? Small town, and yes I loved it.

5: Your favorite adult as a child (besides parents)? I had several favorites, but I really loved Uncle Glenn and Lollie, because they both had a great sense of humor and caring hearts.

6: What kind of smoothie sounds really good right now? Mango pineapple.

7: Most embarrassing moment from your elementary school years?  I was a mean kid. I am not proud of that.

8: Most embarrassing moment from your middle school years? Wearing a neon yellow fleece sweatshirt.

9: Most embarrassing moment from your high school years?  I used to choose to date guys that were abusive emotionally. (for the record, not all my high school bf's were like that, but there were more than 1)

10: Pirates or ninjas? Why?  Pirates, because of the POTC movies.

11: Have you ever climbed a tree more than twenty feet off the ground?  Yes, many times.

12: Did you like swinging as a child? Do you still get excited when you see a swing set?  Yes, and I still do.

13: If you could have any pet in the world, illegal or not, what would you get?  A puffin, a sea otter, a mini pig, and a baby lion.

14: What's your most favorite part of your body?  My face.

15: What's your most favorite part of your personality?  That I am loving and loyal.

16: Madonna or Lady Gaga? Neither? Both? Who cares? Neither, I am not a fan really.

17: Have you ever watched the Superbowl all the way through?  Not really. I like the commercials sometimes, but I just don’t care about football sorry.

18: Have you ever watched any major sporting event drunk? No.

19: What's the most delicious food you've ever eaten in your life?  Korean Tacos from Korean Twist food cart in Portland.

20: Margarine or butter? Which did you grow up with?  Butter! I grew up with margarine back when everyone thought it was healthy.  Yikes, now we know a lot better.

21: Whole, skim, 1%, or 2% milk? (Did you know they make 1 1/2% milk?)  Whole, not that I drink milk.

22: Which continents have you been on? Africa, South America, North America

23: Do you get motion sickness? Any horror stories? Yes I have thrown up many times from reading in the car too much.

24: Backpacks or satchels? Backpacks are more practical but satchels are prettier.

25: Would you wear a rainbow jacket? A neon yellow sweater? Checkered pants?  Rainbow Jacket, depends. Neon yellow…
ummm clearly that was like my favorite ever thing back in the day.  Checkered pants? Maybe if I was at a Kpop concert.

26: What was your favorite cartoon growing up? Bugs Bunny or Tom & Jerry.

27: If you had to have a cow or a pig, which would you take? Why?  Pig! They are so cute.

28: If you had to look at one city skyline for the rest of your life, which would it be?  A FOREST skyline.

29: Longest plane ride you've ever been on? Over 24 hours on my way to South Africa.

30: The latest you've ever slept? Until 5 pm.

31: Would you buy a sweater covered in kitten pictures? Would you wear it if someone gave it you for free?  YESSSSSS

32: Do you pick at scabs?  Not really.

33: Favorite kind of bean? Kidney? Black? Pinto?  Lima.

34: How far can you throw a baseball?  Not too far I’m afraid.

35: If you had to move to another country, where would you move?  Europe.

36: Have you ever eaten Ethiopian food? Vietnamese? Korean? Nepalese? How was it?  Ethiopian, no. Vietnamese, yes and it was good.  Korean, only every day.  Nepalese, no.

37: Small, liberal arts school or public university? Why? Either one is a quality education.

38: A relationship with love or one with sex? LOVE.

39: Do you eat enough vegetables? Not nearly. I do love veggies though.

40: Do you like horror movies? How about thrillers? Not unless it has the name Tim Burton attached to it.

41: Would you scratch a crotch itch in public? What kind of sicko question is that…..

42: Do you swear in front of your parents?  Never.

43: Coolest thing you've ever been for Halloween?  A frog.

44: If you could change your natural hair color, would you? To what?  Something subtle, like highlights.

45: Do you want to get married? Have kids?  I am married.  I want kids for sure.

46: Do you use a reusable water bottle? If not, you should. Yes I do.

47: City or nature person?  Nature, all the way.

48: Have you ever used something other than "makeup" as makeup? (Like paint? Markers?)  Yeah probably.

49: Can you walk well in high heels? Even if you're a guy?  Yes I can

50: Post 5 awesome things about yourself. BRAG AWAY! I work full time and go to school full time, I make people laugh, I am good at buying presents for people, I am really good at cleaning, and I know a lot about health.

~Sincerely, Ashleigh Son