Favourite special treat food - homemade Indian sweets (they tasted like fudge) and sweet orange coloured rice. My Mum makes it sometimes for me when I go and see her.
Favourite Real Food - we didn't eat much English food so it has to be aloo peas and chappatis ( that's potatoes and peas).
Favorite thing to wear - my Mum crocheted a pink, two peice suit for me when I was about 9. There was a dress and a long coat/jacket over it and it had sparkly buttons. It had to be kept for best. I loved it - thankfully I have a photo of me in it.
Favourite place to go - the local library. I learned English when I was 5/6 and then I discovered the library a few years later. I loved that place. I read everything in the children's section. We didn't have any books at home so I lived for Saturday visits to the library.
Favourite person - I adored Mr Roberts my teacher at school - he was such a nice man.
Favourite event/occassion - I have always loved Christmas even though we didn't really celebrate it. We had a tree and I would make my sisters stand in front of it and sing Christmas carols - one year I played the violin too (badly).
Favourite pet - we had a cat called Kim but she died when I was 10 and I locked myself in the bathroom and cried and cried.
Favourite thing to do - I loved reading. I would read my six borrowed books in one weekend. Then I would read them all over again.
Favourite television programme - we watched a lot of telly. I loved Anne of Green Gables, Thunderbirds, Banana Splits and most of what was on in the 70's. One of my missions in life is to find a video of that 70's Anne series with Kim Braden and Jan Francis.
Favourite book - where shall I start. Anne of Green Gables, Jennings series, Family from One End Street, Tom's Midnight Garden, Little House on the Prairie, mystery books by Enid Blyton. I really could go on and on.
Well that was fun. See if you can come up with a list and let me know so I can read it . Meanwhile here's a (school) photo of me in that outfit ...thanks Mum I loved it.