1. What's the happiest thing to ever happen to you?
Happy memories? Who is she?
But honestly, probably just starting at my current school. It causes me unbelievable stress sometimes, but it's such a source of joy in my life.
2. What's the saddest thing to ever happen to you?
Piano lessons. I'm completely serious and not going to go into it, probably ever.
3. What's the thing that got you the most angry in your life?
Honestly, my long term-memory with stuff like this is TERRIBLE, but a lot of times in my childhood I had times when I desperately wanted to quit something that I absolutely hated and that was making me miserable, and my parents wouldn't let me because Commitment. (Even for things that it literally didn't matter. like, yes, sure for baseball, it's a team sport, but for *a school trip with my online school with a bunch of people i'd never met*???? really?)
4. What's the most frightening thing to ever happen to you?
The handful of times I've walked home at night and by chance ended up with a man walking behind me have all been utterly terrifying, lol.
5. What's the most unbelievable thing to happen to you in your life?
That time I went to Japan on a choir trip and the most insane coincidence in the universe happened. We visited a high school to learn about life there, joined in on a PE class, and my friend ended up talking to one of the girls. She then went over to my mother -- and me, I was sick so I was sitting with her -- to ask for a picture. My mom strikes up a conversation about where we live.
Turns out said girl was a girl that I'd gone to elementary school with who had moved to Japan a few years before.
Like, it's not actually super surprising that she was in that city, at least -- we went there as a choir because of a sister city thing, and I don't know if that's why she moved there, but it's certainly possible -- but the fact that she went to that high school, was in that PE class, struck up a conversation with my friend, and they went to my mother to ask for her to take a picture?
I still at least 50% believe that it didn't happen. It's fucking insane.