Interview with an 11-year-old

My 10-year-old turned 11! Here’s a fun little interview with her, in honor of her special day.

bdaypicxWhat verses are you reciting lately? Philippians 2:1-11

What are your favorite books? (Such a challenging question for a bookworm.) Some of them are: The Adventures of the Northwoods series by Lois Johnson, Wendy Lawton’s Girls of Faith series, and Windcatcher by Avi.

What is your favorite Bible story? My favorite Bible story is when Jesus rose from the dead.

What is your favorite movie? One of my favorite movies is Epic. Another is A Christmas Candle.

What is your favorite food? raspberries and Pizza Hut breadsticks and pizza

What is your favorite part of mealtime? the dessert

What is your favorite animal? lion

What is your favorite thing to say? “Can I have chips and French onion dip with that?”

What are your hobbies? knitting, crocheting, reading, playing with my sister and my friends

What do you do in your spare time? knitting, crocheting, reading, playing

What songs do you sing while playing piano?  I sing along to the Christmas ones. I’m also playing “Night of the Tarantella,” “By the Sea,” and “Drifting Leaves.”

What other songs do you sing? songs at church, Christmas songs, Jamie Grace songs and some others from my iPod

How high can you count? I probably can count to 999,999,999.

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? I’d go to Oregon because it is so beautiful there.

Besides being tickled, what makes you laugh? funny jokes and puns and sometimes when Daddy does funny things

What are your favorite colors? light pink, blue and purple

What is your favorite game? Rack-o!

What are your favorite subjects in school? science and geometry

What is your favorite extra-curricular activity? piano, art class and jazz class

What is your favorite new thing in 5th grade? art class with Mr. K

Who is your best friend? my sister

What do you like the most about homeschooling?  being with my mom

What do you like the least about homeschooling? multiplying by double digits, like 433 X 62

If you could live anywhere besides Minnesota, where would you live?  Oregon

What characters do you like to dress up as?  I don’t like to dress up as characters anymore, but I sort-of like dressing up in Mommy’s old clothes.

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