Nicole DeLiberis (nikkidee91) wrote,
Nicole DeLiberis
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A Re-Do Survey


Name: Nicole.
The state you call home: Rhode Island (it's still small).
Grade: Junior.
Why you joined this community: I just recopied a survey.

 


Using the community name Sarah_land, describe your personality:
Sun-kissed
Always smiling.
Reality check.
Avid reader.
Handles issues terribly.


Lazy.
Always searching.
Never finding.
Desperately missing someone.


Name something you have in common with:
Colie: (KTM) Name! and changing appearance (she went overweight to skinny, I went opposite).
Remy: (TL) Didn't really believe in love until I saw it change someone with my own eyes, whether it be me or not.
Macy: (TTAF) Feels like something is missing with her father gone; feel like my mind is missing half the time.
Caitlin: (D) Trying to find a way out of things, whether they are my issues or not.
Halley: (SLY) the girl who is left out, but somehow included.
Haven: (TS) kind of left out, compared to siblings.
Annabel: (LAK) falling for guy with obsessive music disorder (I made up that disorder).


Five Things you’d like to do before you die:
1. publish a book.
2. sing at a bar on silly karaoke night.
3. talk about things.
4. drive to New Jersey and stay the entire summer with a few relatives.
5. go to Greece.


Three other books you think Sarah Dessen readers would love:
1. The Tenth Circle by Jodi Picoult
2. 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
3. Forever by Judy Blume (last person put this as well, and I agreed with her reasoning, which I am not stating)

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