Every week, Cee posts four questions for her readers to answer. You could read the rules and her answers to her questions here. You could read my answers down below.

In regards to puzzle what’s your choice: jigsaw, crossword, word search, mazes, logic or numeric puzzles, something else, or nothing?

Oooh, I love all kinds of puzzles. It’s my favorite. I used to have a word search book when I was younger and I’d spend my days solving every page. I also love Sudoku and jigsaw puzzles. I hate crosswords though. Doing it makes me feel dumb. I feel like my vocabulary/knowledge isn’t enough for it! 😛

List at least five favorite treats and it doesn’t necessarily have to be food.

  • My skincare routine
  • Reading a book
  • Blogging
  • Quality time with my family/husband
  • Cooking (I’m getting engrossed with this)

What is your favorite type of dog? (can be anything from a specific breed, a stuffed animal or character in a movie)

When I was younger, my grandparent’s dog bit me. I never got over my fear of dogs after that. I’d freeze when I see one on the streets. I like to appreciate them from afar.

The only dog that I ever liked was this Doberman we once had. His name was Zeus and he was trained – which meant when I said sit, he’d sit. 😛 He’s also the most loving dog we’ve ever had! His mom was actually our dog too. You could say he’s practically my brother, lol. Unfortunately, he passed a couple of years back. Our new dogs aren’t as trained so I stay away from them. It sucks cause they’re cute too! They’re beagles.

What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week?  

I loved the weekend that had just passed. It was raining the whole time. My husband and I spent it at home. We didn’t even bother going outside. We had such a productive time bonding over cleaning our home, cooking food, preparing meals, and just watching TV. We spend most of our weekdays at work (we have different shifts) and the only time we actually have meals together is during the weekends. I absolutely cherish the time we spent together even if it’s boring like that.


I’d love to read your answers to these questions. Come join the fun over at Cee’s blog!

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About the Author Kat

To keep it short and simple: I'm twenty-nine years old. Still plenty young, but not as young as I used to be.

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