I decided to play this casual interview game with my daughter, Hunter; and was quite happy with the outcome, not only because it was kind of consistent with what I expected her to reply, most of all she quipped from the heart, it may be quite impulsive, but it sure made much sense to me and even gave me a few learning points to ponder on. Here it is:
Q: What is something I say a lot?
A: Clean up
Q: What makes mommy happy?
Q: What makes me sad?
Q: How tall am I?
A: Very tall
Q: What’s my favorite thing to do?
Q: What’s my favorite food?
Q: What’s my favorite drink?
Q: If I could go anywhere, where would it be?
(I asked again)
Q: If I could go anywhere, where would I be?
A: Buying milk
Q: Do yo think you could live without me?
(I asked the same questions 3 times her answer is the same)
Q: How do I annoy you?
(I think that’s in relation to asking 3 x)
Q: What is my favorite TV show?
A: Lion King Theatre Play (this is hers not mine lol)
Q: What is my favorite music to listen to?
A: Lion King and Katy Perry (still hers)
Q: What is my job?
(I asked twice, same answer)
Q: How old am I?
Q: What’s my favorite color?
A: (she looks at my black shirt and says..)Black
Q: How much do you love me?
A: 60 dollars
Hahaha atleast her love for me is x 49.5 in Filipino currency .
I love my Cassey Hunter. Never occured to me how she’s been paying attention to what I do, but seems like she knows me a bit too well. She is very observant and i am surprised that she notices most of the things i usually do.
If there’s something I learned about this interview, it’s that I should probably take it easy with my work-at-home tasks and focus a little bit more on her, because she seem to be noticing that all I do is work, despite us being together all the time.
Interview done today, March 5, 2017