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Interview with Marianna

Interview with Marianna

I last did one of these in November 2018, when Marianna was three. It's really interesting to see how much - and in some cases, how little - has changed since then. :)

What is your favourite colour?  Red.

What is your favourite food?  Meatballs!

What is your favourite treat?  Crisps.

What is your favourite subject in school?  Playing.

What is your favourite sport?  Running.

What is your favourite hobby?  Jumping on my trampoline.

What is your favourite movie?  The Highway Rat.

What is your favourite TV show?  Horrible Histories.

What is your favourite book?  The old Peter Rabbit.

Peter Rabbit

What is your favourite animal?  Butterflies.

What is your favourite vegetable?  Peas.

What is your favourite fruit?  Banana.

What is your favourite place to visit?  The park. The one by Nanny Wendy's house.

Where do you WANT to visit some day?  London.

Who is your best friend?  Eden.

What’s your favourite thing to do with Dad?  Play games with him.

What’s your favourite thing to do with Mum?  Do crafts with her.

What’s your favourite thing to do with Molly?  Play with her bones. Haha.

What is your favourite song?  Let's Get Ridiculous. And I have another favourite song, it's I'm Sexy and I Know It! Now I've said that I want it on now.


Do you think you will get married?  Yes. To Alfie, hahaha. Only if he has a good job though, and I hope he's rich so I can spend all his money. Just kidding!

What do you want to be when you grow up?  Work in a library.

What is one thing you want to learn how to do?  Learn how to paint.

What is one of your greatest talents?  Dancing. And singing.

What are some of your other strengths?  Playing hide and seek.

What is something that you wish for?  I wish that I could fly like a bird.

What is something you wonder about?  I wonder how birds fly.

Who is someone that you miss?  Lily-May. Because she was my best friend and she went to a different school. I did see her mum going past our house though.

What makes you nervous?  When things keep falling down.

What makes you happy?  When everyone plays with me.

What are you looking forward to?  Old McDonalds Day!

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