Our last interview - with Bree - seemed pretty popular with our readers, so we're doing it again! This time, we're interviewing our newnew sister Fiona. (Bree is our oldnew sister now, I guess?) Like before, we tried to each stick to one question. I guess we're rebels, though. ;-)
On to the interview...
Kirsten: How did you feel when you found out you were coming to live with us?
Fiona: Excited, I guess. And nervous. I wanted to be with Bree, but it was far away, and I wasn't sure if the rest of you would be nice.
Kirsten: Are we?
Fiona: Yeah, I like you girls.
Felicity: What was your favourite part of the trip here?
Fiona: Taking the ferry. I've never been on such a big boat before. I think it would have been more fun in the summer so I could go outside, but I liked looking out the window.
Bree: Are you still a picky eater like you used to be?
Fiona: I'm not picky! I just... don't like very many things. It's not my fault not many foods taste good.
[Bree sticks out her tongue; Fiona makes a face]
Josefina: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Fiona: Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Ireland is where my ancestors mostly came from, and Scotland and Wales would be interesting and fun. I'd like to see standing stones and maybe some fairies.
Felicity: Did you know that in the British Isles people sometimes eat--
Bree: She reeeeally doesn't need to know that! Ever.
Felicity: You don't even know what I was going to say!
Bree: If it wasn't potatoes or noodles, she'll just say "Ew!" Don't put her off world travel prematurely.
Molly: Fiona, would you rather freeze to death or be burned alive?
Bree: She asked me that too. She's harmless, don't worry.
Molly: Mostly harmless, you mean. So, to answer the question...?
Molly: Really? No one ever chooses fire!
Kirsten: Then why to do you keep asking, Molly, if people always answer the same way...?
Fiona: That was just my first impulse of which to say, I guess. People have always said I'm like a fire. I think the worst way would be drowning.
Kaya: If the laws of trespassing were suspended for one day, where would you go?
Fiona: A Broadway theatre on a day it's closed. I'd go on stage, even though it was empty. And I'd sing, just for me.
Charissa: Do you have a secret hidden talent no one knows about?
Fiona: Yeah, I can balance spoons on my hand.
Molly: Um, balancing one flat thing on another flat thing really isn't that difficult...
Fiona: No, with the spoon standing up. Like this.
[Fiona demonstrates; the girls are suitably impressed]
Molly: Wow, that's really cool, actually!
Evelyn: What do you wish you knew how to do, but you don't?
Fiona: Play a musical instrument. Especially the trombone.
Evelyn: Why the trombone?
Fiona: I don't know. I just like it. I guess the way they do the slide and stuff, it seems like a full performance, rather than just sitting there playing.
Kirsten: Now traditionally, at the end of the interview...
Bree: You mean having done this once before...?
Kirsten: Whatever. It's a new tradition. At the end of the interview, the interviewee gets to ask us one question back.
Fiona: I've been wondering, ever since I came to Canada and moved in with you...
Fiona: What is "hydro"?
And that concludes our interview! As always, stay tuned for more of all of us - including Fiona - here in the future! ;-)
The Now Nine Green Girls