Thursday, February 09, 2012



I would like to introduce you to Anna Leviner of Living the Leviner Life.  Anna was brave enough to volunteer to be among those interviewed for my blog.  Thank-you, Anna!   


Let's begin...


 What is your earliest memory and how old were you? 
My earliest memory from childhood was when I was four years old. I was in a car accident with my grandmother and ended up with a broken leg. It is still a very vivid memory in my mind.



Tell me something about which you feel passionate. 

Two subjects that I'm very passionate about are children's rights and animal rights. If you want to get me fired up on a topic, these would be it!



Tell me something about your childhood. 
I have always had a very vivid imagination, even as a child I enjoyed writing fictional stories. I also enjoyed coming up with games for my sisters and I to play.


What was your first job for money? 
I had some babysitting gigs and assisted my mom in her in-home daycare.


Is there a particular person who had great influence on you and if so who and how?  
My second grade teacher had a great influence on me because she always encouraged me to keep up writing.


Tell me something about your views on spirituality. 

God keeps me sane. I'm thankful for His presence and love in my life.


If you are married, tell about first meeting your spouse.  Was it love at first sight or did it cook up more slowly? 
I first met my husband at my high school alma mater's football game. We met through a mutual friend and enjoyed talking with one another, but I was sure I would never see him again. He made it a point to see me again and the rest is history. :)



Tell me something about your time as an adolescent. 
Most of what I remember about being a teen was constantly wanting to fit in. It was a time in my life that I'm happy I don't have to relive. I think I was the least like myself, that I could be. If that makes sense.

What do you currently most enjoy to do with your free time?  Blogging, reading, writing, spending time with my husband and family.

Is there something new you plan to learn?  If so, what? 
I would love to learn how to sew.


Thanks, Anna!  I appreciate that you took the time to do this for me.   Also, thank you for all your sweet comments that you've left on my blog over the last months.  I really appreciate it!  

Remember, you can get to know Anna even better by checking out her blog, Living the Leviner Life.   Her blog features product reviews, giveaways, recipes, thrifty tips and lots more!

My thanks to Anna and to all who have volunteered to be interviewed.  This is kind of fun so if you've not already done so, send me your information.  It is not too late to volunteer, just check out the instructions here.  I will be posting the interviews as they are available.  Thanks!