So give it up for Ryan...
After my mom finally left my dad, we moved around a lot just so she could get away from everything. By the time I was in 5th grade we had lived in Minnesota (where I was born), moved to and away form Oregon a few times, moved to Spokane, WA, and finally to Fontana, California. We moved back to Two Harbors, MN before 5th grade and that next summer we went to visit my great-grandmother in Cass Lake. While there we went to a fair (so it was a carnival not a circus) and my mom met a guy.
For the next four years (this is the short version) we moved around all the time. Every time the show moved on (every two weeks) we moved with them. If it was during the school year that was the town I went to school in. Needless to say my middle school transcripts are really long. I went to school in about 12 other states plus spent summers in about 10 others. It was a great time for me. I got to see a lot of the country that I probably wouldn't have any other way. I was exposed to about every type of person imaginable. It was an eye opening experience. It's not one I would suggest for most kids, but for me it worked.
(see, I told you this guys has some great stories to tell.)
Favorite snack while reading?
Favorite childhood memory?
Favorite comfort read?
If your life were a book what would the title be?
If you could spend the day with any book character who would you choose and why?
Thanks so much Ryan!
And make sure to visit here tomorrow for my interview with Blodeuedd from Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell