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Interview with a Sponsor: Lily


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Q.
How did you come up with your blog title?
A.
Well at first it was just my Twitter username, then I said "Heeeey! This would be a great name for my blog."


Q.
You mention in one of your recent blogposts that you're home-schooled. Was that your choice or just how it is in your family? What's your favorite / least favorite thing about it?
A.
I begged my mom to be homeschooled after my first year of First Grade. My favorite thing is that I have time to do a bunch of things like blogging, singing, and traveling. My least favorite thing is that people tend to stereotype homeschoolers... other than that I LOVE it!


Q.
Where do you see yourself in ten years? Where will you live? What will you be doing career-wise?
A.
I see myself...in a LOT of different places... well in ten years I'll be 25 so I see myself getting married. Maybe! Haha. I'll live in Miami- South Beach, honey! I will be singing and writing. :)


Q.
I see you love sparkles! Do you wear them or just decorate with them?
A.
I just like looking at them... I actually have no clothing with sparkles... haha.


Q.
What is one thing you've always wanted to do but haven't done yet?
A.
Cross the street. Hahaha no no just kidding!!! :D
Um, I want to go to the downtown mall and just sing my heart out. Haven't done that yet....


Q.
What is your favorite thing about blogging?
A.
I get to express myself! I get to post about my style and try to be funny, and there are people out there who ACTUALLY like my blogging! So that makes me happy and that in turn is my favorite thing about blogging.
The other thing I like is that it has made me be more faithful. You know you have to post almost everyday!!!


Q.
Your blog is very new but you seem to know what you're doing. Have you had other blogs before or are you just naturally talented at it? ;P
A.
My blogging is a gift from God. Well my writing is anyways. I have never had a blog before this one. I tried but it never worked out. Then I decided to make this one and stick to it!

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