Hello, fellow FanGeeks!
Shamelessly tailgating on a new tradition that Cassidy began, I thought it would be interesting to interview various members of the Women R Us group. Here's my interview with Cassidy.
Kari: So, Cass, how do you earn your money?
Cassidy: I make money as a member service rep for a medical benefits brokerage.
Kari: What three things do you never leave home without?
Cassidy: Never leave home without your keys, wallet, or clothes on your back.
Kari: What's on your iPod right now?
Cassidy: I don't own an iPod. I have a Sony Walkman that straps around my arm so I can workout with it.
Kari: Finish this sentence. I stay home to watch...
Cassidy: I stay home to watch sports.
Kari: Have you ever played organized sports?
Cassidy: I played soccer and softball growing up.
Kari: Finish this sentence. If I had a million dollars, I'd...
Cassidy: If I had a million dollars I would find a way to live off the interest.
Kari: Finish this sentence. If I had three wishes, I'd wish for...
Cassidy: Three wishes of mine are love, hope, and happiness in no particular order.
Kari: What cliche do you think has some value as far as life advice?
Cassidy: Patience is a virtue.
Kari: If you had one mulligan in life, what would you use it for?
Cassidy: My mulligan would be for my first marriage-like a hooked drive onto the wrong course, IT NEVER HAPPENED!
Kari: If you knew the world was going to end tomorrow, what would you spend today doing?
Cassidy: If I knew the world would be over tomorrow I would spend the entire day today in prayer.
Kari: What's your best quality?
Cassidy: My best quality is my tenacity.
Kari: What's your worst quality?
Cassidy: My worst quality is stubbornness.
Kari: What was your worst job ever?
Cassidy: My worst job ever was a waitress-the tips never matched the men's flapping lips.
Kari: If you could pick any four people to attend any sporting event with, who would they be and where would you go?
Cassidy: My foursome to go to a sporting event would be mom and dad, brother and sister.
Kari: The one thing about others I have a hard time dealing with is...
Cassidy: The one thing about others I have a hard time dealing with is often they do not see things the right way-my way.
Kari: One thing I've learned in life that I want people to know is...
Cassidy: One thing in life I have learned I want all people to know is you were put on this earth to be selfless-do for others before you do for you.