I instantly became curious as a cat, too! Curious Cat posed these questions that I answered:
1) What was the name of your first grade teacher?
I remember a name as Ms. Buan (pronounced as ‘bwan’). It was easy for me to remember because it sounds like the word buwan which is a Filipino word for moon or month.
2) What was the worst smell you have ever smelled?
Eww. The worst smell for me is that of a decaying carcass of a rat. It could evacuate my bowels, or make me gag, once I smell it.
3) What is something you would attempt if you were guaranteed not to fail, and explain why you haven’t tried it yet?
It is my greatest desire to resign from my current work and try digital entrepreneurship. The thing is, I am uneasy and apprehensive still because of the possible failure or when things will not work as I expect them to be, even with a guarantee that I will not fail. Yes, I am that indecisive.
4) Show and Tell. What comes to mind first when you see this picture? Or, tell a story if it reminds you of one.
The picture reminds me of hope. I am not sure why but the leaves portray the dissipating snow and the thought promises sunlight.
We do not experience snow here in the Philippines but currently the weather is very cold, which is unusual for most Filipinos. It is not very comfortable and the feeling always make me want to laze around the house instead of going to work. 😀