50’s: What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done? Being in a war with a small child

50’s: What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done? Being in a war with a small child

Work:

What kind of career’s advice did you get as a young woman?

None

What did you want to be when you left education?

An actress or singer

Did your mother work?

Housewife

Love & Relationships:

Do you think getting married is important?

No

What did you dream your future partner would be like when you were a little girl?

Cultured and Smart

Is your relationship with your partner the same as your parents’ relationship?

No

Family:

How like your mother are you?

A bit

What are your hopes for any daughters or young women you know?

To never spend time with the wrong people

Do you bring your son up the same way as your daughter? Do you think boys and girls should be brought up differently?

No they should be brought up the same

If you don’t have children, what have you been able to do that having children would have prevented you doing? What has your focus been?

To travel the world

Expectations and Dreams:

Who are your heroines and why?

People with wisdom

What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

Being in a war with a small child

What drives you?

Openness. Curiosity.

What are your values?

Honesty. Truth. Justice.

Age:

How old are you?

57

What has been your favourite age to be and why?

18-25. Because that is the age when you can fly.

Do you think it’s better to be young now than when you were young? (Or better now than when your parents were young?)

No

Obstacles:

What are the pros and cons of being a woman?

Disadvantages: Being treated as a woman

Advantages: Knowing the feeling of bringing life in to the world

What have been the biggest challenges in your life?

Opening a salon

Self-image – Body or Looks:

Why do you dress the way that you do?

Because I love the 1950s look

What would be your musical soundtrack?

Casablanca

Do you have a life’s motto?

Always stand up after every fall

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