Lately I have been telling Kay-lyn her picture would be in the newspaper, and unfortunately, she has found herself on the cutting room floor more often than not. So, this week, I thought I’d make sure she would make it into this edition of the Triangle News. I down at the kitchen table for an exclusive one-on-one interview and asked her some hard hitting questions.
Me: So, Kay-lyn, first question, why is your Dad so awesome?
Kay-lyn: For real?
Me: Just answer the question, please.
Kay-lyn: I don’t know, because he buys me a lot of stuff for no reason…. You better not be putting this on the news.
Me: How will the Oilers do this season?
Kay-lyn: Probably not bad since they have some new players.
Me: Do you have a boyfriend?
Kay-lyn: NO! Dad, these questions are dumb.
Me: What’s a good age to start dating?
Kay-lyn: Ewwww….. 16?
Me: What’s your favourite part of school?
Kay-lyn: Math and ELA
Me: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Kay-lyn: A Veterinarian, but definitely not a dissector.
Me: What should Dad be when he grows up?
Kay-lyn: A Triangle News person
Me: But, I already do that.
Kay-lyn: Well, you really don’t do anything.
Me: What’s your favourite TV show?
Kay-lyn: Wipeout, iCarly, ER Vets and anything on Animal Planet.
Me: What are some of your hobbies?
Kay-lyn: Art, I like to draw and play my DS.
Me: How would the world be different if animals could talk?
Kay-lyn: What, like Dr. Dolittle? Well, they could tell their owners what they want and if they are sick.
Me: If you could be invisible for a day, what would you do?
Kay-lyn: I’d haunt people and scare them. It would be pretty fun. I’d pick up objects and people would think that they’re floating.
Me: What’s the hardest thing about being a kid?
Kay-lyn: Making friends when you move to a new school ….. and getting needles!
Me: If you could grow up to be famous, what would you want to be famous for?
Kay-lyn: Be a famous artist and open Kay-lyn’s Art Museum. But I would have to do construction on my garage first.
Me: If you could give a gift to every child in the world, what gift would you give?
Kay-lyn: Food, so that no child would go hungry.
Me: If you could invent something that would make life easier, what would you invent?
Kay-lyn: A Smart Desk, kind of like the Smart Board at school.
Me: If you were a teacher and kids would not listen, what would you do?
Kay-lyn: Get the Police over and tell them how important it is to listen to their teacher.
Me: What is the grossest thing you can think of?
Me: What is your earliest memory as a child?
Kay-lyn: My first birthday. I dropped cake on the floor and Grandma got mad at me.
Me: Well, thanks for taking the time for this interview. Love you.
Kay-lyn: Love you, too.