Getting to Know Aly Holly

  1. Who inspires you: My granny, Donna.
  2. Best gift ever received? I recently received a personalized embosser for my book collection! I had never seen one before but it’s very pretty and I thought it was such a thoughtful gift.
  3. Your motto: Not my circus, not my monkeys.
  4. Favorite sport: I don’t follow sports, but hockey and football are fun to watch.
  5. Favorite day of the year: I love the entire season of autumn!
  6. I can’t start my day until… I’ve had morning cuddles with my dog, Eva.
  7. Something interesting about you: I have quite a few tattoos (10) and the longest session I’ve had so far was 8 hours long.
  8. Pet Peeve: those annoying clickbait articles throwing shade at people you’ll never meet with zero evidence. There’s no checks and balances about it & people formulate entire ideologies around fake news.
  9. I’ve never seen… a koala bear in person.
  10. Nickname: Aly
  11. I really want to learn more about:
  12. Something from your bucket list: Visit Scotland.
  13. Guilty pleasure: Coffee & stationary
  14. I wish I could… speak other languages fluently.
  15. What are you really good at: creative writing.
  16. What did you used to be able to do? I played alto saxophone for a handful of years.
  17. Dream job: to become an author & a therapist.
  18. Something you’re most proud of: being a first generation college graduate.
  19. Spare time activity: cooking/baking new recipes.
  20. Favorite toy as a child: puzzles!
  21. Your least favorite job you’ve ever had: I once was a receptionist for a point of sales system company (think the touchscreen kiosks at restaurants) & I am not sure if it gets more boring than that.
  22. Something no one would believe about you: Being left-handed continues to shock the masses.
  23. If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be: Oofta – well, with the state of things, I’d opt in for world peace.
  24. What are you learning right now? This week, my boyfriend and I have been learning a lot about canning and making jam with a bunch of the produce we grew over the summer!
  25. What could you not live without (besides your family): books!

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