- do you usually sleep with your closet door open or closed? CLOSED always closed.
- do you take the shampoos and conditioner bottles from hotels? obviously
- where is your next vacation? Chicago in October, but it’s more or less to look at grad schools. OH, I am going to the Apple Jack Festival next weekend in Nebraska City with my gals tho.
- who do you think reads these? Whoever cares lmao.
- do you have a calendar in your room? yes, a whiteboard one.
- what’s your plan for the day? nap
- are you reading any books right now? just my How To Write For Television book for school.
- do you ever count your steps when you walk? sometimes
- do you ever dance even if there’s no music playing? yes
- do you chew your pens and pencils? no, I try not to.
- what is your “song of the week”? Heart of Nowhere by Noah and the Whale
- is it okay for guys to wear pink? yep
- do you still watch cartoons? yep
- what do you drink with dinner? water or juice
- what do you dip chicken nuggets in? KETCHUP always. sometimes bbq sauce and honey mustard.
- what is your favorite food/cuisine? pasta probs
- when was the last time you wrote a letter to someone on paper? Not sure, but I leave little notes on paper for my family all the time.
- can you change the oil on a car? lmao no.
- what is your usual bedtime? during the week it’s at 10, cuz I have to wake up early to lifeguard.
- are you lazy? maybe just a bit of a procrastinator.
- afraid of heights? only if I’m unrestrained.
- occupations you wanted to be when you were a kid? I don’t think I had any idea. Maybe a writer. But I still do, so.
- hot tea or cold tea? both.
- tea or coffee? tea
- favorite kind of cookie? chocolate chip.
- can you swim well? very
- can you hold your breath w/o manually holding your nose? yes
- who do you want to see right now? all of my friends from the DCP.
Graham Residence, Erickson and Massey, (built 1962-63, demolished 2007), 1965 — Selwyn Pullan
“…And I said the way you have the woman written right now is kind of this voice of reason, and I’m not interested in that because I can kind of see the potential of what it could be. And he said, ‘We don’t really know how to write for women, because we just kind of write for ourselves.’ And I said, ‘Well don’t write for a woman, just write another funny character and I’ll make it a woman.”
- Kaitlin Olson