By Skylar Doege
Emily Morgan was born in Foley, Alabama on January 11, 2000, and she is going to be a Foley High junior next year. I asked her a random set of questions just to get to know Emily a little more.
What was your favorite food as a child?
I am going to have to say some lima beans with ham in them. That’s really good. I always had Memaw make me some for my birthday.
What’s your favorite memory?
It would have to be when my cousins came down from Michigan while my mom, sister, and I still lived with my Memaw. We would hunt for the big, fuzzy caterpillars that were super colorful. We would catch them and put them in an ice chest, without the ice of course. We accidentally squished one when we closed the lid and had a small funeral for the caterpillar. Its name was Tina.
What sound do you love?
I like the sound of Molly’s feet on the floor when she gets out of the box. Molly is Emily’s nine year old dachshund.
Emily’s dog Molly
If you could paint a picture of any scenery you’ve seen before, what would you paint?
It would probably be somewhere in Tennessee, because it’s really pretty there with all of the mountains. I used to go with my Memaw.
What’s your #1 most played song on your phone?
“Would You Go With Me” by Josh Turner is one of my most played songs, and it is also my favorite.
Emily is the one in green.
What is your favorite quote?
My mom said it yesterday actually; she told me to ask my boyfriend Chris if he liked wieners. It was really about hot dogs, but I didn’t tell him that, so when I asked him his reaction was priceless.
Emily’s mom and sister
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
This is going to sound lame because it’s so close, but it would be Tennessee because of how many memories I have there, especially when Memaw and Duke took me there to go camping with the whole family, except my mom. She stayed to work while we were gone.
What’s your favorite body part?
I like the eyes. They can really tell you about a person.
If you could meet any person, who would you want to meet?
Well, if we’re not talking about the first time meeting someone, then I would like to know how it would be to meet my sister without having to be her sibling. Honestly, I think it would pretty interesting.