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A creative blog by Heidi Huber on The Whole 9

Heidi Huber started her career with the sink or swim theory. Luckily she knows the freestyle which has taken her from the Chicago stage to behind the scenes in Los Angeles where she currently continues to tap as The Whole 9’s Chief of Everything Else.

Monthly Archives: May 2015

What’s your favorite dive restaurant?

The Daily Meal recently produced a list of 101 top casual restaurants in America.  Jim’s Steaks in Philly, Superdawg in Chicago, and Mission Chinese in San Francisco are part of the list that goes from casual to divey.
When you’re lookin’ to dive into a good meal, what’s your favorite restaurant?

Do you believe in the supernatural?

Supernatural is defined as: of, relating to, or being above or beyond what is natural; unexplainable by natural law or phenomena; abnormal.
As the film Contact explains it, “So if it’s just us… seems like an awful waste of space. Right?”
Do you believe in the Supernatural?

What influenced you to do what you do today?

Be it a school art show that garnered a Best of Show or philanthropic examples your parents set, what influenced you to do what you do today?

What cherished childhood item do you still have?

A baby blanket or a stuffed animal?  A hard copy photograph or an art project?
When sifting through your childhood memories, what cherished childhood item do you still have?

What do you stand for?

I stand for family first, pulling yourself up by your own bootstraps, helping when it’s needed, no showboating in the end zone, hard work pays off, the money will come if you need it, and Pillsbury cinnamon rolls.
What do you stand for?
TODAY AT NOON! A MARCH OF UNITY & ALL COMMUNITIES TO CREATE CHANGE:
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What was the last dream you remember?

Lat night, I had this dream that we were in hiding.  It was modern day, but it was a Gestapo-type situation, however Fed-Ex workers were aloud to go anywhere, they were all American and part of a sort of under ground railroad.
What was the last dream you remember?

When is someone considered old?

In car talk, an auto is considered an antique at 25 years — glad that doesn’t go for humans!  I’ve known some people that are 96 years young, so I’m not even sure how to answer my own question.  Maybe you can be of assistance.
When is someone considered old?

What of yours is more used by others?

People use my name more than I do, saying it, stating it, writing it.  At work, people are good and using my pens, typically walking away with them.
What belongs to you but is more used by others?

Currently, what is the purpose of art?

Is it mere form of expression?  Does art act as a wake up call?  Is it a visual recording?
Currently, what is the purpose of art?

What’s the hardest thing about learning another language?

Is it the vast vocabulary words or verb tenses?  For me, learning Spanish gave me a bigger appreciation for people who had to learn American.  I feel Spanish is so much more logical, structured.  What a nightmare to learn American!
What’s the hardest thing about learning another language?