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21 Questions: Britnie Morrison

Britnie Morrison

-Tell us about your career and what you are currently working on or involved with?
During the day, I'm just your normal everyday work zombie, plugging away in a mall. (ahhh) But most of the time I actually spend my time making soap and other fun creations.

-Is this what you thought you would be doing with your life, what was your first passion?
Not at all, haha, my first passion was actually fashion merchandising. I used to make dresses for girls in high school.

-To whom do you credit your success to, who gives or gave you the most support?
My parents have always been there for me growing up and even now, but I would have to say Cian (my other half) gives me the most support in anything I crazily decide to do that week.

-If you could meet or work with [living or dead], who would that be and why?
I would meet Saw Rockwell or Les Claypool, they are both amazing artists but they both seem like just normal dudes when their not doing their thing. I like that. Like we could all sit down and have a couple beers.

-What would you like to be remembered for 100 years from now?
Making some sort of difference in the world whether it be small or not. Just to know that I did something with my life.

-Who inspires you?
This is going to sound completely cliche, but it's my mom. She is a tough gal, she'll tell you how it is yet she is still such a sweet person. She hasn't had the easiest life, but she's always smiling and working her ass off. I was always taught, you don't get something for nothing.

-How are things different today, than the same day 1 year ago?
I have to GO to work today. I used to work from home until it almost drove me crazy. And I think I had more hair and sanity, kids. ‘Nuff said.

-What is the last song you bought or listened to in your musical device?
The last thing I bought was best of Blind Melon and listened to it over and over again. Brought back some memories.

-Last good film you had seen, and the best movie you would recommend to someone asking?
The last GOOD film? I really like X-men first class, that was probably the last. And my favorite movie I would recommend to anyone who hasn't seen it is Reservoir dogs.

-What is the single greatest moment in your life?
The first time Cian and I kissed. Cheesy I know, but it still makes me smile.

-Favorite Horror Film?
Ooo, toughy. Surprisingly it's not a zombie movie, my favorite horror movie is actually Teeth. The best cautionary tale for men. Or Slither, don't know. I could watch them both all of the time.

-Favorite Book?
Lullaby by Chuck Palahnuik

-Favorite Song?
Let's stay together by Al Green (there's nothing this song can't do to me) Cian could use it to have me commit murder. Okay, not really.

-Favorite Film Character?
Ash, gotta love Bruce Campbell 

-Favorite Film Composer?
Danny Elfman

-Favorite Thing In Your Home?
My laptop, because I'm always on it.

-Favorite First Pet?
Theodore, my fire-bellied newt. And he's still alive. Crazy!

-Favorite Coffee Or Tea?
Tazo Zen green tea, its spearmint and lemongrass.

-Favorite Phrase?
That's what she/he said. I can't help myself, it's involuntary now.

-Favorite Hiding Place [Not that we are looking]?
My car. I love to just drive around sometimes, but now that's a pretty expensive habit.

-If you could tell someone something someone told you, "words to live by" what would that be?
Don't spend your life on anything other than to be happy, cause that's all there is to life. Then you die. 


Anonymous said...

thank you for this opportunity to be apart of your site for a little bit!!!! You rock!

Sharon Day said...

Bruce Campbell--yeah, yum! I love this gal--we need a few million more of her in the world. What a fun, creative and sweet place it'd be!