Slight Name Change

Hey blog world! As you’ll notice next time you visit this site there’s been a slight name change. It’s now Aspie Diaries. I recently realized that I’ve had a typo in my original name Asbie Diaries. The word is spelled with a P and not a B so I changed that and made things right. Also I have put a space between the words. I somehow forgot to do that when I first created the site’s name. Oops! At least one is there now! The website title hasn’t changed though. It’s still




“Christmas Around The World”

Hey blog world! I just got home from my Birthday supper. It’s a tradition in my family to go out to eat when it’s someone’s Birthday. This year for my Birthday supper I wanted to do something a little bit different. I chose to go to a Spirit of Newfoundland show to celebrate my (belated) Birthday (we couldn’t go out on the night of my Birthday because I had rhythmic gymnastics so we went out tonight instead.) Mom wasn’t able to go so Dad went with me. Also I invited my 2 best friends Laura and Emma (I usually don’t use first names but I asked the girls and they’re ok with it.) I was super excited to see the show tonight! I was also very excited for Laura and Emma because it was their very first Spirit of Newfoundland show! I just knew the girls and I were going to have a blast tonight! When we arrived at the Temple I met up with Laura and Emma and we sat down together and chatted as we waited for the doors to open. Around the time the doors opened I noticed there was a big white billboard that told everyone where they would be seated. I read down through the names the reservations were under and I noticed that one said “Peter”. “Hmm?” I thought. Could it be the Peter I was thinking of? Peter Halley Peter Halley who I (as I’m sure you frequent readers already know) have an immense crush on? I wasn’t sure because I knew that he was in one of the casts of the show (the show is double cast so it’s not the same group of people on each night.) I began thinking to myself how neat it would be if that really was him! After finding out where we were to be seated we went inside, found our table and sat down. The very first thing that I did was look at the program to see if Peter would be in tonight’s show. I was disappointed when I found out he wouldn’t be. I was really hoping he would be! Although I had heard a few members of the cast of the show sing before and they’re amazing so I knew it would still be a great show! Tonight’s cast was Dana Parsons (who I got to see perform as Lucy T. S**t from “Avenue Q”), Keith Power (who was also in “Avenue Q” as one of the Bad Idea Bears (I do believe he was the Orange one), Sandra Sandoval (who I saw play the maid in “Mary Poppins”) and Michael Power (who I had never heard before.) I got quite the pleasant surprise later on as I was talking with the girls. I can’t quite remember what it was but I was saying something about Peter and Dad pointed across the room and said “Is that him?” I look over and there he was! I grabbed my purse and went over to him right away. I said hello and gave him a Christmas card that I’d made for him. He really liked it! I was glad that he did. I also mentioned that I was here celebrating my Birthday and he wished me a happy Birthday. That was sweet. Then Laura and Emma came over and introduced themselves and spoke with Peter. Peter was kind enough to allow the girls to get half off their tickets. That was also very sweet of him! As I told Laura later in the night Peter is a teddy bear in more ways than one! He’s as sweet, huggable and cute as one! Later on the appetizer came. It was a carrot soup with a garlic cream aoli. I had never had a carrot soup (or a garlic cream aoli) before so I wasn’t sure how it would taste. I like trying new things though so I gave it a go. I wasn’t very fond of it. Neither were Laura and Emma. After our appetizer I saw Sheila Williams (a frequent performer in Spirit of Newfoundland shows (who was also in this show but wasn’t in tonight’s cast)) and Peter in the Screech Room so I got my purse and me and the girls went in to say hello. It was nice to see Sheila. I’m very fond of her. She’s really funny. We talked and she hugged me and I gave her a Christmas card as well. She also really liked it (even though her candy cane was a bit smashed up since it was in my purse.) I was glad she did. Then we sat back down at our table. Janet Cull (who I job shadowed) came up to us and said hello. I had no idea she was there! It was a pleasant surprise to see her. Then our main course came. I had the apricot glazed pork roast. It came with mashed carrots, mashed potato and broccoli. I thought the apricot glaze was very nice. As was the pork roast. The vegetables were very good as well. I wasn’t too fond of the mashed carrots though. I’m a whole carrot person. I don’t like them as much when they’re mashed. Shortly after the meal the show began. Mrs Clause (Sandra Sandoval) was sitting up at her desk reading and responding to the Children’s letters to Santa. She then got a phone call from her friend during which she said that she was thinking of leaving Santa (insert dramatic music here!) She did all the work and he was gaining a lot of weight so she thought about leaving him and going out with the Easter Bunny. After her little scene the cast of the show came out on stage and sang an original song (I think it was an original) about Christmas around the world. They then talked about Christmas traditions from around the world. When they were talking about Japan they said that there was a restaurant you’d have to make reservations at days in advance if you wanted to eat there for Christmas dinner. They asked the audience what it was and my hand shot right up! I said K.F.C and I was right! Then they sang a parody of Elvis’s “Kentucky Rain” about KFC. I thought it was really funny! They also sang some Christmas songs from around the world like “Mele Kalikimaka” from Hawaii, “Feliz Navidad” from Mexico (they pretended to rollerskate during this song (since in Mexico people rollerskate to mass). I thought that was really cool!) They even threw in the Snook parody of that song “Police Got My Car” I laughed so hard when they sang that! They also sang “The Hat I Got For Christmas Is Too Big” That’s one of my favorite Christmas songs! I loved hearing it! Also they talked about very popular toys from the different decades. They were surprised when they asked what toy’s name came from the Danish word for “Play Well” and I said Lego. I have friends who are half Danish so that’s how I knew the answer. As they were going through these toys I was surprised not to see Furbies anywhere on the list. Other toys that they talked about were yoyo’s, Zhu Zhu pets and Cabbage Patch Kids. Later in the show Dana, Michael and Keith came out dressed in heavy winter coats, hats and scarves and were a bunch of Townies outside the Basilica. They were so funny! They even had fake cigarettes with them. Michael blew a lot of smoke rings. That was awesome! Sonny and Cher even made an appearance! Kenny and Dolly did too. I thought Dana’s Cher was spot on! As was Sandra’s Dolly. I loved hearing Dana and Keith sing “I Got You Babe” I also really enjoyed Sandra’s performance of “Coat Of Many Colors” It sounded amazing! I have to applaud Michael for a job very well done as Kenny Rogers. He wore a stocking on his face (just like Peter did when he was Kenny in “Go Duet Yourself” Go Duet Yourself 001.) I can’t imagine how hard it must be singing with that thing over your face. He did an awesome job though! I loved the part at the end of their scene when Dolly took something (I don’t know what it was) and popped Cher’s bussoms LOL! After that it was time for the intermission. I dropped by Peter’s table (I noticed during the show that he was seated at a table not too far from mine! It was cool to see Peter as part of the audience for a change) and spoke with him a bit more. I told him about the incredible Spirit of Newfoundland Birthday cake that was baked for me in school Spirit cake. He thought that it was fantastic! Later it was time for desert. It was a rum cake. Drizzled on the plate were different things I could dip the cake in. Carmel, chocolate, whipped cream and strawberry sauce. I thought the rum cake was delicious! I also really liked the various items to dip the cake in. I’m not entirely sure about Emma but I know Laura really enjoyed the rum cake as well! Then it was time for the 2nd half of the show. They did a VOCM Nightline sketch. I thought it was really funny. I can’t remember her name but the first caller (played by Dana) was hillarious! Also they did monologues about Christmas reflections. I thought the first one was really sweet. I liked the one after that as well. Dana and Michael talked about being home for Christmas and Dana sang “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” It was beautiful! Laura and I put our arms around eachother and swayed to the music. They also had a vegas comedian (Keith) come out and tell some jokes. A few of them I didn’t get but most of them I did. He was funny! They also did a countdown of Billboard’s top 10 Christmas songs. I wasn’t surprised to see “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” by John Lennon or Nat King Cole’s “The Christmas Song” on the list but I was very surprised (and petrified) to find that “Mistletoe” by Justin Bieber made the #2 spot! I hate that song and hate Bieber! At lesat I got quite the laugh at Keith impersonating him and singing the song Christmas Around The World 004. #1 was “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey Dana played Mariah  and she did an excellent job! I had so much fun singing along and dancing to the song in my seat. Also just for a bit of fun I don’t know if he noticed (I think he did because I saw him smile at me) but a few times when I sang the line “All I want for Christmas is you” I turned and pointed at Peter! Later two of the Townies (Michael and Keith) came back and one of them (Michael) talked about singing in the choir next year. The other one wasn’t so sure. When he sang “Go Tell It On The Mountain” I was floored! He sounded absolutely incredible! Later when the cast sang “When A Child Is Born” I was fighting the urge to throw my hand up in praise. It was a beautiful song and I wanted to but I was afraid of how weird I would look with my hand in the air like that. They also sang “Mary’s Boy Child” Me and Laura danced in our seats and sang along with that one as well. Mrs Clause came back and did one final scene. I breathed a huge sigh of relief because she decided not to leave Santa! He wrote her a beautiful note about how much he loved her and he also bought her an ice cream machine (she said in her previous scene that she missed their ice cream dates). I love happy endings and was glad this show had one! When the show came to a close and the cast took a bow I stood up and gave them a standing ovation. I remained standing as they sang “Spirit of Newfoundland” (a song written by Peter that they sing at the end of every show) Christmas Around The World 009 and I sang along with it as well since I know all the words. It’s such a beautiful song and I love hearing it at the end of each show. Then everyone else got up and we sang “Ode To Newfoundland”. It sounded quite pretty. Then we all sat back down and Keith took out this list that he had and gave shout outs to people in the audience. I was lucky enough to be on that list! He called out for the McDonald table and I raised my hand way up high in the air letting us be known. Peter spoke and said that I write excellent reviews of the show and I’m a huge supporter. It made me happy hearing those things. I mentioned that I was here celebrating my sweet 16 and they sang “Happy Birthday” to me! That made me feel awesome! They also acknowledged that Peter was in the audience and when they did that since I like him so much I gave him a little standing ovation! Then the show came to a close. I was a bit sad it was over because I really enjoyed it! I went over to Peter’s table again and spoke with him. I also got a picture with him, Sheila, Janet and her adorable Son Christmas Around The World 011 (Sheila is the one on the left, Peter is next to Sheila, I’m next to Peter, Janet is next to me, her Son is in her arms and Cuddles (his adorable Teddy Bear) is in her Sons arms). Then me and my Dad talked to Peter for a while and I got to give him a hug! I love Peter’s hugs so I was on cloud 9 when I got one! I then said my Goodbye’s to Peter. I also said Goodbye to Laura and Emma since they were leaving and I thanked them for helping me celebrate my Birthday. Then Dad and I went to get our coats. I mentioned that I had a Christmas card for Dana and wanted to give it to her so he said go ahead and he’d get our coats for us. I couldn’t find her so he told me to ask somebody. I did and she went out and brought back Dana and the rest of the cast as well. That was very nice of her. Michael was the first to come out and I told him about the cake. Dana walked in on this and was pretty amazed. Michael was as well. Dad told Dana and Keith that we’d seen them before in “Avenue Q”. Dana didn’t quite remember me but when I told her that I borrowed her pen sparks flew and she remembered who I was! I was happy she did. Keith remembered me borrowing her pen as well! Dana asked me if I sang and I told her that I did and I also played clarinet and piano. She was very impressed by that. I also told her that I act and that I was the only person in my drama class at school who got 100% on my monologue! She was amazed by this! She thought I was very talented. That made me happy! Then I got a picture with the cast Christmas Around The World 012(Sandra is the one on the left, Michael is next to her, I’m next to Michael, Dana is next to me and Keith is next to Dana.) After getting our picture I got to see Peter one final time since he was also in the Screech Room. I gave him the Christmas card that I had for Erin Windsor who is one of the cast members of the show but wasn’t in it tonight. I hope she gets it and really likes it! I’m sure she will though. After giving Peter her card we hugged again (which I loved) then me and Dad headed off. I had such an incredible time tonight! I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate my 16th Birthday! Do you go out to dinner with your family on your Birthday? Do you have a different Birthday tradition in your family? Tell me in the comments!

Best Buddies Semi Formal

Hey blog world! I just got home from a semi formal with Best Buddies. A semi formal is a fancy kind of get together. No jeans and t shirts or anything like that. You had to wear a dress or a nice blouse and dress pants. I was going to wear a dress but it’s cold out so I wore a really nice shirt and dress pants. The evening began with supper in The Pantry. The Pantry is a restaurant located inside the Elaine Dobbin Centre for Autism. I had never eaten there before so I was excited to try it. When I got inside I noticed that everyone’s names were written on an envelope and placed next to a seat at the tables. I found my name and sat down. I then opened my envelope and found that there were little Christmas cards inside! I thought that was such a cute idea! Then I looked at the two envelopes next to mine and was glad to find out that two of my bowling team mates were going to be seated next to me! When the food started coming we had a choice of soup or salad for an appetizer. I went with the salad. I’m not sure what kind of salad it was. Garden I think. I was given a plate of salad and a little gravy bowl (I think that’s what it was) with dressing inside it. I took a piece of spinach and dipped it in the dressing and didn’t like it so I didn’t pour any on the salad. I quite enjoyed the salad. I ate around the radishes and purple onions but everything else was good. Next was the main course. Again we had a choice. Roast beef, spinach puffs or stuffed chicken. I really like stuffed chicken so that’s what I went with. It came with parsnips, carrots, mashed potato and mashed turnip. I thought the chicken was delicious. I really liked the dressing inside it. The vegetables were pretty good. I found the carrots a bit peppery but they were good. I loved the potatoes. They were really creamy! I had never had parsnips before so I gave them a try. It was my first and last time eating them. I didn’t enjoy them. Nor did I enjoy the mashed turnip. I like turnip but not when it’s mashed up.  The last course was desert. It was a brownie with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. I thought it was delicious! I really enjoyed my meal at the Pantry and will definitely come back to eat there again someday. I give it a 3 out of 5. After the meal we went upstairs and had a dance. My friend from bowling H.M was the DJ. She played lots of great songs! I had a lot of fun dancing with everyone. There was also another room set up where people were playing guitar and such. I decided to go check it out. When I got inside I’m not sure who it was but someone mentioned that I sang and that intrigued one of the Peer Buddies (the Peer Buddies are the MUN (Memorial University of Newfoundland) students that we get paired with.) She asked me what I sang and I said “Country and Broadway”. She asked me to sing a Broadway song so I sang “Popular” from “Wicked” At the end of the song everyone clapped and asked for an encore! I felt great hearing all the applause and cheering for an encore! I decided to do “Seasons of Love” from “Rent” She was standing back on to me so I don’t know who she was but someone was singing along with me. She sounded great. They wanted to hear another song after that one so next I did “Little Girls” from “Annie” Next one of my friends played a song by Jewel on guitar and she sang as well. I thought she sounded really cool! Then I sang another song. I sang “King Herod’s Song” from “Jesus Christ Superstar” Then one of the Peer Buddies played “Hey Jude” by the Beatles on his guitar and we had a sing along! It was fun! After that we all decided to go back into the other room and dance. In the corner of the room there was a bag full of funny props we could wear and take pictures with our friends. I took pictures with lots of my friends and put on all sorts of funny outfits. Here are a few examples. 023, 015,019, 021. Later on when it came time for the final song of the night I was thrilled that it was “Ob La Di Ob La Da” by the Beatles It’s my favorite Beatles song and H.M said she had it on the playlist for me and I’d been waiting to hear it all night. I had an absolute blast dancing to it! I was absolutely popped from all the dancing when it was over! I had such a great time though! Have you ever been to a semi formal? Did you have fun? Tell me in the comments!

A Bird, A Plane, You!

Hey blog world! Today’s daily post (from is called A Bird, A Plane, You! You have a choice of 3 superpowers. The ability to make any 2 people agree with each other, the ability to travel through time and the ability to speak and understand any language. I have to pick one and explain my choice. I would definitely go with time travel! The reason why is because there are lots of things I missed out on in the past that I would love to see. Woodstock being one of them. I was born in 1997 and Woodstock happened in 1969. A lot of great bands played there like CCR, Jefferson Airplane and The Who. I think it would be really cool if I could time travel back to see Woodstock and watch them and all the other artists perform. I’d also like to go back in time to meet some of my family. My Aunt Leah (my Dad’s Mom) for example who I was named after passed before I was born. I think it would be nice to travel back in time and meet her. Also I’d go back in time to prevent some things from happening. I’d go back to the night at Lavrock camp when I popped my kneecap out of place. It wasn’t much fun. I was in a lot of pain and ended up not being able to perform the dance that I came up with with the other girls in my cabin at the camp talent show. Another accident I want to go back in time to prevent is Mom’s concussion. 2 years ago me, Dad and Mom were in a car accident. Dad and I were fine but Mom got a concussion. I would definitely use my time travelling superpower to return to that day and do all in my power to try and convince Mom to sit in the backseat with me. It wouldn’t prevent the accident but maybe Mom wouldn’t have gotten as badly hurt. There are a few things I’d like to go forwards in time to see as well. I want to travel into the future to see what it’s like. I think that in the future there will be robots and hover cars and such. I wonder if I’m right? It would be so cool to go into the future and find out! I also want to find out what I’m like in the future. Do I have kids? Am I married? Do I get my dream job at Spirit of Newfoundland? These are all questions I really want to find out the answer to so I would love to time travel into the future to get my answers! If you had to choose between the 3 super powers listed above what would you choose and why? Tell me in the comments!

My Birthday

Hey blog world! Today is my sweet 16th Birthday! I still can’t believe that I’m 16 today. Time flies by really fast! School today was great. A lot of my friends and teachers wished me happy Birthday. Also “Happy Birthday” was sung to me a few times. I got a massive surprise at lunch time! The teacher in the special needs classroom (where I eat my lunch and recess every day) bakes a cake for her students on their Birthday. I not being one of her students was not at all expecting a cake. She tried to keep it a surprise but I accidentally walked in on her doing something with it. I didn’t see the design on the cake though. She hadn’t iced it yet. I just saw a bit of the cake. I was really happy that she had taken the time to bake one for me! I thought it was so nice of her. It’s really too bad that I don’t have a picture because when the cake was finally ready and she brought the cake out to me I was absolutely speechless and had a big look of surprise on my face! My eyes widened and my jaw dropped. She put the Spirit of Newfoundland logo spirit on the cake! I was absolutely floored! I absolutely loved the cake! She said she had wondered what kind of cake I would like. She couldn’t make me a Peter Halley Peter Halley cake (which would have been firetrucking amazing if she could have made one) so she thought that I’d love a Spirit of Newfoundland cake. She hit the nail exactly on the head! It was the best birthday cake I’d ever gotten! It looked and tasted amazing! After eating my cake all the special needs students gave me a Birthday card! I loved each and every one of them! It was so nice of them to make them for me. When I got home I opened up the DVD of “Les Miserables” that my friend gave me yesterday as an early Birthday gift and watched it until it was time to go to my Nan’s to celebrate my Birthday with her and the rest of my family. When I got there Mom told me she had ordered a pizza for our supper. I asked her where it was from and she said it was from Domino’s. I was really happy that she’d ordered it from there because it’s my favorite pizza place! She had also bought 2 cakes. A strawberry shortcake and a vanilla cake. She bought 2 cakes because there would be a lot of family coming over and 1 cake wouldn’t be enough. I had a piece of the strawberry shortcake and it was really yummy! After cake and pizza I got to open my gifts. My Neice gave me “Diary of A Wimpy Kid The Third Wheel” which is the 7th book in the series. It’s the one I need so I was glad to get it. She also gave me a sock monkey. It’s so cute! It’s purple and wearing a party hat! I named her Georgina. My Mom got me “The Book Of Holiday Awesome”. I’ve read the first 2 books in the Book of Awesome series and I’d been wanting “The Book Of Holiday Awesome” for quite a long time. I was happy that Mom had bought it for me! My Sister got me “Diary of A Wimpy Kid Hard Luck” which is the 8th book in the series that came out recently. Now I have all the books in the “Diary of A Wimpy Kid” series. I can’t wait to start reading all my new books. I came home not too long ago from my rhythmic gymnastics class and found that my Sister had a part 2 to my gift. She had another gift bag full of stuff for me. Really nice beauty products. Nail polish, shampoos, facials (which I absolutely love so I can’t wait to use them) etc and also I got a hair buckle, bracelet and some chocolates. I’m having such a great Birthday today and am glad I got to spend it with my friends and family.


Come Fly With Me

Hey blog world! Today’s daily post is called “Come Fly With Me”. It says to share a story about the furthest you’ve ever travelled from home. The furthest I’ve ever travelled from home was Koh Samui Thailand. I blogged about my trip so feel free to read those posts. I was in Koh Samui for my half Sisters wedding. It took 2 days to get there! I basically lived off of airplane and airport food for 4 days (the 2 getting there and the 2 getting home). I got quite used to it. So much so it took me a while to get used to the food back here at home! Some of the airplane cuisine was good but some weren’t. Especially the food on Bangkok airlines. It was mystery meat, a raisin bun, veggies and some kind of fruit. I barely touched that food. I didn’t mind the food on the United Airlines flights though. I remember having a burger and ice cream for lunch on the 12 hour flight from Narita Japan to Newark in New York. It was pretty good (even though I didn’t even notice the ketchup packet until after I ate LOL!) Speaking of the airplane food I had a very unpleasant first during this flight from Japan to New York.  Not once had I ever thrown up on an airplane. There is unfortunately a first time for everything. The cause was a mixture of a bumpy landing, too much airplane food and too many starburst candies (I ate starbursts during the landing because they’re chewy and chewing on them helps stop my ears from popping.) Throwing up on that airplane turned me off from starburst candy. I haven’t eaten another once since! I will never eat another one again! A lot of the flights I went on during my trip were long so I was very thankful for the TV’s on the planes. I watched a whole load of movies and TV programs. “Matilda”, “Diners Drive Ins and Dives”, “Rock Of Ages”, “Phineas and Ferb”, “Horrible Bosses”, “Dodgeball A True Underdog Story”, “Mary Poppins” (although I didn’t get to finish it), “Parental Guidance”, “Wayne’s World” (twice), “Hee Haw”, “The Andy Griffith Show” and I think (but am not sure) that’s it. I got to spend loads and loads of time in the airports as well waiting for my next flight. I think the longest I had to wait was 4 hours in Narita Japan for our flight to Newark. Then again maybe it was longer than that in the Bangkok airport since our first flight was over booked and we were paid to stay back and wait for the next one. I’m not sure. Either way I enjoyed being in these airports. I liked walking around and seeing them, sitting down and watching the TV’s and such. I also enjoyed eating at some of these airports. I had Breakfast in the San Francisco one at a nice little cafe they had there. I had a bagel with cream cheese. It tasted good! I also enjoyed what I ate in the Narita Japan airport. I got to taste their McDonald’s ice cream. It tastes different than the ice cream our McDonald’s has. Also I had a meal at another restaurant they had in there as well. I had fried rice. It was delicious! I got to eat in the Bangkok airport as well. Their grape juice tastes completely different than the stuff we have at home but it wasn’t too bad. Also some of the food was good but some of it wasn’t. I liked the popcorn they had and the chocolate danishes. Their DQ tastes pretty good too. I got to go to the duty free shop while I was in Japan to pass some time as we waited for our flight. I bought a really cute Hello Kitty figurine wearing a kimono. I keep her on my desk. I was so tired from all the flying and was glad to be back on the ground when I got home from my trip. I had fun though! What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home? Tell me in the comments!

Inside The Actors Studio

Hey blog world! Today’s daily post (at is “Inside The Actors Studio”. On the TV show “Inside The Actors Studio” the host James Lipton asks each of his guests the same 10 questions and now it’s my turn to answer them! Here it goes!

#1 What is your favorite word?: Banana. It’s a fun word to say!

#2 What is your least favorite word?: Death. It’s a sad word. I hate hearing it.

#3 What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?: A sense of humor. I like guys who are funny and can make me laugh!

#4 What turns you off?: Smoking! Yuck! I absolutely hate being around smokers so it’s a huge turn off for me!

#5 What is your favorite curse word?: I don’t curse. My favorite substitute curse word is Firetruck.

#6 What sound or noise do you love?: The sound of popcorn popping. I also love the smell of popcorn!

#7 What sound or noise do you hate?: Balloons popping! It scares the living daylights out of me!

#8 What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?: I don’t have a profession (or in other words job). One that I would like to attempt is working at Spirit of Newfoundland! I absolutely love Spirit of Newfoundland and it’s my dream job to work for them! Hopefully this summer since I’ll be old enough to work I’ll get my chance!

#9 What profession would you not like to do?: I don’t want to be a paramedic. They deal with emergency and life or death situations, neither of which I’m able to keep calm in! A panicky paramedic is not a good paramedic so I would suck at the job. Also I have a weak stomach so I don’t think I’d be able to handle seeing what they see.

#10 If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you enter the pearly gates?: Welcome. Bear has been waiting for you. I had a pet dog named Bear ever since I was small. He was a golden retriever. He passed away of old age when I was 8 or 9. It was a sad day for me and I still miss him. I don’t know if people and dogs share the same heaven but I sure hope so! I would love to get to see Bear again!

What’s your answer to these questions? Tell me in the comments (or answer them on your own blog)!