We chat with Megan Mulhall and find out what makes her tick.
Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Heston Blumenthal, Hugh Jackman, my Pa.
The best advice I ever received: "Don't point your finger - otherwise you will make a hole in the sky and a bird will fall through" . . . courtesy of my Dad.
The most amazing thing I've ever done: Apart from having two children, climb the Eiffel Tower.
If I was down to my last $10 I would spent it on: I would leave it in my wallet and hope it would multiply.
My greatest fear: Hairy spiders.
My fantasy job: Having a beading store with a coffee shop.
If I could have a super power it would be: To have special powers like Mary Poppins
My favourite phrase: "The sky is red." Only one person in this world knows what I mean when I say this.
If I could travel back in time, I would love to see: My Pa again.
The one thing I will never throw out: My wedding dress.
True love is . . . Standing by that special person no matter what.
My last meal would be . . . Pancakes topped with crispy bacon and maple syrup.
My first car was: A 2005 Toyota Echo.
I’m always being asked: “Mum….can I have a piece of cheese?”
My most embarrassing moment was... Gosh, I hope I have never had one!
What people may not know about me is: I have my own jewellery business ‘Nutmegs Designs.
Wierdest thing in my glovebox: About a dozen clothes pegs.
My biggest fashion faux pas was: I don’t think I’ve had one…..yet….
I wish I hadn’t: Stayed up so late last night…..these questions are really hard to answer!
My earliest memory is: Dressing up as a bee is my parent’s dining room….I must have been 4 or 5yrs old.
On my bedside table is: A photo of my best friend, my Samsung TAB and earplugs.
People say I look like: Kylie Minogue…many years ago – I wish!
A movie I think everyone should see:Les Miserables with Hugh Jackman.
In the future… I would love my car to drive me home….
Favourite book as a child: Nursery Rhymes.
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