Although we are both only children from Pennsylvania, Cherylanne and I were awfully different as students. She graduated in just three years whereas I slept through almost as many classes as I attended. She cooked amazing, grown-up style meals; I threw together the same one-pot pasta on the nights when I couldn’t talk my roommates into ordering pizza.
But years later, here we are: still friends. I like and admire this smart, kind entrepreneur, wife and mother 100x more than I did back in college (and I already thought the world of her).
Time for you to get to know the brains behind @NourishTweets.
OneChicklette: Your favorite qualities in a love interest
@NourishTweets: Broad shoulders, tempered ambition, shared values, and the ability to make me laugh
OneChicklette: Your chief characteristic (one word)
OneChicklette: What you appreciate most in your friends
@NourishTweets: Unhurried, authentic conversations that make each of us better versions of ourselves
OneChicklette: Your idea of happiness
@NourishTweets: A sunny morning, a long run, a great cup of coffee, and the Sunday Times
OneChicklette: Your idea of misery
@NourishTweets: A rainy, gray afternoon and no umbrella – or being stuck in a conversation with someone who doesn’t want to be there
OneChicklette: Your favorite fictional character
@NourishTweets: Elizabeth Bennett
OneChicklette: Your favorite thing to eat, and also to drink
@NourishTweets: Avocado Toast (with red pepper flakes and sea salt – yum) and coffee (or Veuve Clicquot, or a really good gimlet)
OneChicklette: Five tangible things you can’t live without
@NourishTweets: iPhone, hair dryer, nail polish, felt tip pens, and whatever I’m reading
OneChicklette: What’s the number one item on your bucket list? (question via @SaraLang)
@NourishTweets: Owning a flat in Paris (yep. wish me luck.)
@OneChicklette: Who do you know via social media that you’re dying to meet in real life? (this question came via @Tammy)
@OneChicklette: How many days do you think you would you go without speaking a single word, if you were being paid $100,000 a day for every consecutive day you didn’t speak? (this amazing question came via @BrianSpaeth)
@NourishTweets: Zero. No question about it.
OneChicklette: via @AndiLavs What was the last kind thing you did?
@NourishTweets: Forgave someone
OneChicklette: A question I should ask the next participant
@NourishTweets: Where do you see God in the everyday?
OneChicklette: Random shout out
@NourishTweets: Always looking to find new kindred spirits at cherylanneskolnicki.com