Kristi asked: How did you meet your Bf?
Answer: The simple answer is through friends of friends of friends - When I moved to Andover I was very fortunate to meet a very close group of guys who grew up together, they let me in and I formed close friendships with many of them. From those friendships, I met others in the 'group' and slowly formed more friendships. Steve and I have become pretty good friends over the course of the last couple years and things have grown from there.
Krysten asked: Where is your favorite restaurant in the Cities?
Answer: This is the hardest question to answer as I LOVE food! It really depends on my mood and what I'm trying to get out of the meal. In all honesty, I love Buffalo Wild Wings because I love wings and they have a great many sauces to fit all my moods! For sushi I love Fuji Ya in Uptown and Akita in St. Paul has a great All you can eat sushi deal with super fresh and awesome sushi! If you like burgers, The Bulldog NE (and I think they have a St. Paul location too) has a great selection! Figlio in Uptown is also bomb, great food, a bit more expensive, but a nice treat! A real gem in Edina is Broders Pasta Bar. St. Paul also has Cossetta's, which is such a great place to eat and a pretty neat experience as well. I really could go on forever. I am really in to trying new things and lately I've been expanding my horizons in spicy food... so I may have some new favorites soon!
Lovi asked: If you were on a reality TV show, which would it be?
Answer: This one is easy; Big Brother! Its the only reality show I watch and I just feed on the drama of it. I sent in an application and audition tape one year, but never got a call from them :( I can lie with the best of them, so I'd be perfect for it!
Dana asked: What's your dream job?
Answer: wellll... I'm not exactly sure. I would love to travel somehow for a job. I would love to somehow incorporate photography in that travel. I would also love to somehow incorporate food [reviews, maybe?] into both the travel and photography aspect. I wouldn't want to be some pretentious food critic, but something very casual and honest, a person that everyday people can relate to and places that people can afford (with the occasional 5-star restaurant mixed in). Maybe the photography aspect would be of the food or of the travels as a side [personal] job. I don't know if there is a job like that out there for me... but it would be dope if there were! (sorry, I got a bit carried away with that answer!)
Steve asked: Are there any words of wisdom you’d like to pass along to us?
Answer: Yes; it's a bad idea to do shots of Tequila and drink a bottle of wine at the same time! Some may call it mixing, I call it stupid.
Thanks to you guys for playing... I had fun!